I have used Flexigrid, but there are several choices, and one of the
others might better suit your needs.

I have informally tiered them but my (based on very little) perception
of their popularity.


jQuery Grid:




On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Joe Hourcle
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> A couple of weeks ago, I posted to Stack Exchange's 'Webmasters' site, asking if there were any good feature comparisons of different Javascript 'data grid' implementations.*
> The response has been ... lacking, to put it mildly:**
> I can find all sorts of comparisons of databases, javascript frameworks, web browsers, etc ... but I just haven't been able to find anything on tabular data presentation other than the sort of 'top 10 list'-type stuff that doesn't go into detail about why you might select one over another.
> Is anyone aware of such a comparison, or should I just put something half-assed up on wikipedia in hopes that the different implementations will fill it in?
> -Joe
> * ie, the ones that let you play with tabular data ... not the 'grid' stuff that the web designers use for layout, nor the 'data grid' stuff that the comp.sci & scientific community use for distributed data storage.
> ** maybe I should've just asked on Stack Overflow, rather than post to the correct topical place

Cary Gordon
The Cherry Hill Company