Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

Dojo Spreadsheet Widget

Category: Component, Dojo

<>p>Marius Hanganu has created a Spreadsheet widget for Dojo with the features:

  • Based on Toolbar and TabContainer widgets
  • Keyboard cell navigation
  • Column, row resizing
  • Cell, column and row selection
  • Cell formatting (font, font size, bold, italic, underline, color, background color)
  • Sheet management (rename, delete, new)
  • Functions (22 math functions, 6 string functions)
  • This is an early release, and it will get flushed out in the future.

    Dojo Spreadsheet

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Trackback by おぎわら@.NET道場 Blog(わんくま編) — September 26, 2006

Warning: in Mac OSX all browsers crash opening the spreadsheet!

Comment by Jelle — September 26, 2006

Dojo Spreadsheet Widget

Dojo Spreadsheet Widget

Trackback by Creative Minds — September 26, 2006

Jelle: Can you be more specific? It works for me on Firefox 1.5.x on Mac OS X 10.4.7. It does lock up the UI thread for a bit when it firsts loads.

Comment by Ben Galbraith — September 26, 2006

I tested it with FF 1.5.0.x and IE 6.0 on Windows XP. Tested a bit sometime ago on FF on Linux and seemed to work back then.

Comment by Marius Hanganu — September 26, 2006

Site does not appear to be up. Anyone have an alternate location?

Comment by Rich Waters — September 26, 2006

Ben: Mac OS X v10.4.6, Firefox 1.5.0.3.

I guess the lock up is just a permanent state for my powerbook ;-)

I have had a similar problem when I built the spreadsheet basics of the tool I’m currently developing. I built the spreadsheet using Javascript to manipulate the DOM, which caused severe speed problems when adding large amounts of cells. I then switched to adding cells by using document.write() (unfortinately I had to) which speeded things up.

However, I’ve never had to wait this long…

Comment by Jelle — September 26, 2006

We’ve mirrored the location for the spreadsheet widget. It should be accessible now:

http://blog.tremend.ro/2006/09/25/spreadsheet-dojo-widget/

Comment by Marius Hanganu — September 26, 2006

Instead of adding cells through dom or d.write(), XSLT in the browser has much better performance, check out XML.com, they have an article about it.

Comment by Chris Hamilton — September 26, 2006

Hm,

IE 6: FATAL: XMLHTTP not available
Fx 1.5: Hanged, had to kill it via the task manager.

This is on Windows 2000.

Comment by José Jeria — September 27, 2006

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Pingback by Dojo Spreadsheet Widget > Archives > Web 2.0 Stores — September 28, 2006

Nice try… Too bad it doesn’t work.

Comment by Leland Scott — September 30, 2006

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Pingback by Dojo Spreadsheet Widget « 웃으며 사는 세상 — November 30, 2006

Can any body have an idea how we can populate data from JSP to Spredsheet widget and vice-versa.

Comment by srinu — March 22, 2007

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