The module has the following advantages:
- The codebase has been tested across a large number of web browsers, and in the few that wond-deOaot allow the sorting to occur, the module degrades gracefully. In these cases the original table is not altered in any way, shape or form.
- Itd-deOaos unobtrusive. You add a...
ElegantJ Table Collection of JAVABEANS are a powerful collection of beans that enables developers to seamlessly display data in tables. The set includes both AWT as well as JFC table bean. The data provider included with the ElegantJ - Data Table...
This module integrates the YUI Data Table into Drupal.
NOTE: This module depends on the YUI module. You need to install the YUI module for the editor to work.
YUI Dependency Issue
- Multi-column sorting
- In-line support for setting options done via the class attribute on the TH elements.
Creates a graph and a data table below it. the table is put in an activex control using the column labels colhead
NOTE: TO SEE AN EXAMPLE OF HOW TO USE THE MICROSOFT SPREADSHEET OBJECT, WHICH ALLOWS INPUTS AS WELL AS CALCULATIONS, SEE...
Ever want to list your WordPress posts in an easy-to-read, sortable data table? This plugin makes it easy to do just that. It supports post thumbnails, custom post types, custom taxonomies, and (as of v4.0) custom fields.
Manage your information by create input Data Table, Export data based on your statistical requirements automatically, Consolidation of information for the team work.
Backup tool for MySQL to automatically / manually create sql dump files, for data, table structure, functions and stored procs. Can run via the task manager for backups on a regular base. Backup can be zipped with a password and saved on a server.
The set includes both AWT as well as JFC table bean. The data provider included can accept data by using JDBC connections, XML, or text using HTTP stream or FTP. The beans also provide flexible look and feel along with functionality to add, edit,...
ErgoTabcalc is a general calculation and report system. Calculation sequences are stored in the database. These sequences are made from simple operations on data, eg, add two table columns, or sort a table. This is similar to relational algebra.