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Our grid gives you ultimate flexibility whether it is applying themes, using row templates, applying conditional formatting, embedding other components, and just about anything you can think of. The best part is that is just takes a few lines of code.Learn More
Let users slice and dice their data by providing the UI to do paging, single or multi-column sorting, filtering, or grouping, all through quick configuration options.Learn More
Choose from various ways to enable CRUD operations such as row by row, individual cells, or external form. The Angular Grid can then work with any Angular service layer to persist changes back to a database.Learn More
Users can toggle between showing or hiding columns, resize and reorder columns, drag columns to be grouped, and more. These options can be applied across all columns or defined on a column-by-column basis.Learn More
Enable both row virtualization and column virtualization. Users maintain a buttery smooth scrolling experience in both horizontal and vertical scrolling even when data sets are very large.Learn More
The content of the grid can be exported to either an Excel file or a PDF file with a single button click. A large set of configuration options to ensure any exported file fulfills all requirements.Learn More
Accessibility is important but can be tedious. We have it covered. Our Angular Grid is AAA rated with WCAG 2.0 and is compliant with Section 508 and WAI-ARIA standards.Learn More
The Data Grid will display a message when there is no data to display but many developers would like to customize their own. In this case, they can easily do so using the familiar “ng-template”.
The Angular Data Grid includes highly interactive columns. Users can reorder, size, toggle visibility and much more. When a user configures a highly customized view, they may want to retrieve that view when they return to the page. To help you accomplish that, we have provided an extensive demo.
The column menu provides a convenient way to apply data processing features to the specified columns. The user can sort and filter the grid data, toggle the locked and sticky state of the columns, or change their visibility. You can customize the order of the menu items and create custom controls as necessary.
Small screens are a primary channel for app delivery and developers are challenged with presenting data grid views in ways that device users can understand. To help solve this need, the Angular Data Grid has a compact rendering mode. In this mode, cell padding will automatically be decreased regardless of which built-in theme is being used (Kendo Default, Material, Fluent, Bootstrap).
We are heavily invested in making sure your experience with the Angular grid is as successful and enjoyable as it can be. We are constantly publishing resources, refining our docs and demos, and even streaming on Twitch. Here is some of our most popular resources.