The React Spreadsheet (Excel viewer) is a feature-rich component for organizing and analyzing data in tabular format with some cool features similar to Microsoft Excel’s. It provides all the common Excel features, including data binding, selection, editing, formatting, resizing, sorting, and importing and exporting Excel documents.
Bind data seamlessly with various local and remote data sources such as JSON, RESTful services, OData services, and WCF services. The control uses a data manager to handle data and supports customizing data requests and processing.
The React Spreadsheet (Excel like grid) is designed and optimized for high performance in every aspect.
Instant loading allows users to load large amounts of data into a worksheet and view it on demand with the help of row and column virtualization.
The React Spreadsheet component provides a smooth scrolling experience even with many cells in a view.
In the React data sheet, data editing allows you to add, edit, and remove formulas or values in a cell. You can edit the contents of a cell directly in the cell or by typing in the formula bar.
The React Spreadsheet widget provides interactive support to highlight cells, rows, columns, and sheets that you select. Selection can be done through mouse, touch, or keyboard interaction.
The React Spreadsheet library provides a wide range of formulas with cross-sheet references support.
The React Spreadsheet provides a built-in calculation engine, which is suitable for most of your calculations. Spreadsheet also provides an option to create and use your own custom formulas.
Values are automatically recalculated when a dependent cell is edited.
Number formatting provides a type for your data in Spreadsheet. It helps to display your data as currency, percentages, short dates, long dates, time, fractions, and scientific numbers, similar to Excel.
Using cell formatting, users can highlight a particular cell or range of cells from a whole workbook. The component supports various formatting options: font size, font family, font color, fill color, indent, and horizontal and vertical alignments of text.
The React Spreadsheet component can load Excel documents initially or open them like an Excel application with data accuracy, styles, and formats. Microsoft Excel (.xlsx), Microsoft Excel 97-2003 (.xls), and comma-delimited values (.csv) file formats can be opened in Spreadsheet.
Easily save the Spreadsheet component with data accuracy, styles, and formats as an Excel file. It supports various file formats such as Microsoft Excel (.xlsx), Microsoft Excel 97-2003 (.xls), and comma-delimited values (.csv).
There is built-in support for hyperlinks and bookmarks. You can navigate to web links or cell references within the sheet or other sheets in the workbook.
The React Spreadsheet provides an interactive ribbon that organizes a spreadsheet’s features into a series of tabs. You can collapse the ribbon to make more rows visible in the viewport.
This feature makes it easy to collaborate on workbooks. It allows multiple users to work on a spreadsheet at the same time and view the changes made by others instantly.
Use the clipboard operations cut, copy, and paste, just like in Microsoft Excel. You can paste the values or formulas with or without formatting in a new selected range.
The context menu improves user interaction with Spreadsheet using a pop-up menu. It appears when a cell, row header, column header, or sheet tab is right-clicked. In addition to built-in default menu items, it allows you to add custom context menu items.
The resize and autofit options help you adjust the row height and column width.
The React Spreadsheet provides an option to undo and redo changes made in a workbook. You can customize the limit of undo and redo operations.
The React Excel Spreadsheet ensures that every cell is accessible using the keyboard. Major features like selection, clipboard, and editing can be performed using keyboard commands alone; no mouse interaction is required. This helps in creating highly accessible applications using this component.
The React Spreadsheet grid view has complete WAI-ARIA accessibility support. The Spreadsheet UI includes high-contrast visual elements, helping visually impaired people have the best viewing experience. Also, valid UI descriptions are easily accessible through assistive technologies such as screen readers.
Five built-in, SASS-based themes are available: Material, Bootstrap, Bootstrap 4, Fabric, and high contrast. Simplify theme customization either by overriding the existing SASS styling or creating custom themes using the Theme Studio application.
The React Spreadsheet enables users from different locales to use it by formatting the dates, currency, and numbering to suit local preferences. It uses the internalization (i18n) library to handle number formatting.
Right-to-left rendering allows you to display the text and layout of the Spreadsheet from right to left. This improves the user experience and accessibility for RTL languages.
Users can localize all the strings used in the user interface of the React Spreadsheet component. The component uses the localization (l10n) library to localize UI strings.
The React Spreadsheet works well with all modern web browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, and IE11. It supports IE11 with the help of polyfills.
Developers can customize their UI and control its behaviors according to the end user’s requirement using the control’s rich set of client-side APIs.
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