Explore the Powerful Features of the ExtReact Grid for React Web Apps
If you're developing a data-driven application with React, chances are you'll use a grid or spreadsheet-like interface at some point to display data for your users. Depending on the context, your users may expect the grid in your application to be capable of:
- Multi-directional scrolling with a fixed header
- Clicking on a column header to sort
- Showing and hiding specific columns
- Paging, grouping and summarization
- Editing data in cells
- Exporting to Excel
- Drilling down/row expansion
A grid can be one of the trickiest and most frustrating UI components to build in React because many of the necessary features require both significant React expertise, as well as the willingness and ability to dig down into the DOM. Fortunately the ExtReact grid provides all of these capabilities and more.
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