Save Content and add column

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  1. Puneet
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    Jan 2016

    Posted 12 Jan Link to this post

    Hello,

    We are exploring using ASP.NET MVC spreadsheet control for our next project and i need to implement following:

    #1 Saving complete JSON is an option but for say like 300 x 300 cells with each cell having some formatting, JSON is becoming huge and browser window become unresponsive. Please suggest any strategy to optimize it further.

    #2 Insert column acts in a weird way if all columns have data, then on adding a column, data in last column is lost. Our requirement is such that number of columns should actually increase. Let say, we have 10 columns in spreadsheet, then we click a button titled "Add Column" then number of columns in spread sheet should become 11.

    If this is not possible by insert column method, please suggest is it possible on client side to reinitialize spread sheet with updated number of columns and rows.

    #3 How to disable row and column headers along with formula section ?

    #4, do you have any roadmap and tentative date for implementation of this feature ? Demos on your site are updated with 2016 Q1 release beta, when can we expect be able to download the same ? Do you have a list of expected features in that release ? 

    Thanks,
    Puneet

  2. T. Tsonev
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    Posted 15 Jan Link to this post

    Hi,

    Points #1 and #2 seem to be duplicated in ticket 999359. Let's continue the discussion for that there.

    Regarding #3 - headers, footers and the formula bar visibility is not controllable in the current version. Everything else can be hidden, as demonstrated here.

    Please, cast your vote for this feature on our UserVoice portal if you have a minute.
    This will allow us to gauge the overall interest and prioritize.

    With the Q1'16 release the Spreadsheet is out of beta. That said, this is still an early release and will benefit from your feedback.

    Regards,
    T. Tsonev
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