Browser support is an important part of our grid. Guriddo jqGrid JS support all modern mobile and desktop browsers including the iPhone/iPad and Internet Explorer from version 8. Browser support reference is tested regularly with all major browsers.
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Independent of the license of Guriddo jqGrid JS, free or not, you are allowed to download the source code and make your own edits. This allows for personal modifications and a great flexibility.
Formatter supports advanced formatting of the contents of cells.Formatter has predefined types like : integer, number, date, currency, links, check boxes and etc. The developer can define you own custom formatter. Multilingual configuration allow us to make it flexible and used in any country
In place editing allow you in easy way to update the cell content in particular row. We supporting text, text area, check box, select, image, button types. We support definition of custom edit type and events which allow a great flexibility. With a build in client side validation of the entered data we can filter the user input
Cell editing supports editing individual cells. We supporting of text, text area, check box, select, image, button types . Client side validation of the entered data make it easy to filter user input. Another great feature is keyboard navigation with tab, shift tab, left, right, up and down keys, which allow quick user input. The great number of events allow the developer to control everything in this process
Guriddo jqGrid JS supports creating a form, on the fly, to enter or edit grid data. We supporting of text, text area, check box, select, image, button types, client side validation of the entered data, keyboard navigation up and down keys,
flexible events, full control of the form from creation to closing
The columns in the grid can be used as the basis for a search form to appear above, below, or in place of, the grid. We support single field searching, tool bar searching (placing the search fields below the headers), complex form searching and advanced searching with criteria defined from user. We can define a predefined search templates to make the search easy.
Grouping is a way to group data by different criteria. Guriddo jqGrid JS currently supports a unlimited levels of grouping and different type of calculations to the group value applied to column. Currently we support the following build in functions: sum, count, avg, min, max. Also a custom summary type is supported. With grouping you can easy create a representative report.
Header grouping is a way to add additional columns above the header grid rows, so that they are grouped in a way you need them. We support this feature in unique manner using two types of grouping – with colSpan enabled and colSpan disabled. If the colSpan is disabled (the default) the headers that do not have grouping have a additional cell above it. If the colSpan is enabled there is no additional cell above the non-grouped column and it is considered as one column.
It is quit easy for developers to make some columns frozen/locked within Guriddo jqGrid. The locked columns do not scroll out of view when users moving horizontally across the grid. This is quite useful when you dealing with wide table with some fields should be visible permanently. It is needed to set this property in the model and call only one command.
This is a special paging mode of Guriddo jqGrid where standard paging is disabled and you can request new pages by scrolling the scrollbar to the bottom. This is very convenient for getting large amounts of data page by page while keeping the interface simple.
Since Guriddo jqGrid is a jQuery plugin it is very natural that in some cases we should not reinvent the wheel. That is the reason that we have made a decision to do some things in Guriddo jqGrid using the jQuery UI lib. Currently we have the following additions: Sortable columns – the method allow to reorder the grid columns using the mouse; Column Chooser – With this method we can reorder columns and set visible and hidden columns in the grid in visual manner; Sortable Rows – This method allows reordering (sorting) grid rows in a visual manner using a mouse; Resizable Grid – This method allow to re size the grid width and/or height in visual manner using a mouse.
You can show any level of nested subgrids (master detail) inside a parent grid. It is needed to set the subGridRowExpanded function to construct another Child grid.