We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of our jqGrid 4.6 release. This release is HUGE. In addition to adding pivot capability to the grid, we’ve also added a lot of improvements to our grouping features, improved support for the latest jQuery releases (2.0.x and 2.1.x), provided better experience for mobile users on iOS and Android devices and fixed more than 60 bugs. Here are the highlights:
A pivot table is a data summarization tool found in data visualization programs such as spreadsheets or business intelligence software. Among other functions, a pivot-table can automatically sort, count total or give the average of the data stored in one table or spreadsheet. jqGrid now supports pivot mode with the following features:
basic pivot mode
grouping with summary in footer
many different summary values
and many more….
We’ve added 6 different real-life pivot examples to our demos – just go to our demo page here and take a look at the “Pivot” tab at the bottom – of the demo
Frozen columns are now supported in grouping mode.
Updates and fixes for Chinese, Hungarian, Taiwanese, Portuguese localizations.
We addressed several issues regarding support of the newest jQuery versions both from the 1.x and 2.x branches. It is highly recommended that you upgrade to this version if you wish to have the best interoperability with the latest jQuery and jQuery UI releases.
We’ve addressed several issues, mainly related to to IE11 and mobile browsers (iOS and Android). It is highly recommend that you upgrade to this version if you wish to have the best cross browser support
More than 60 bugs reported by our customers have been addressed.
The complete log of bug fixes can be found here
Today we released jqGrid 4.5.4. This is a bug fix release.
We have fixed a lot of bugs and added small improvements.
The most important fix is that we have fixed a bug which breaks working jqGrid in iOS7.
The list of changes and fixes is available in our jqGrid Wiki Page .
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As you probably know, jqGrid is and has been the most popular jQuery grid plugin for several years now. There are plenty of resources available on jqGrid and here we mention just a few:
- 30,000+ forum posts in our open-source trirand.com forum here – http://www.trirand.com/blog/?page_id=393
- 12,000+ forum posts for our commercial jqSuite PHP, ASP.NET WebForms and ASP.NET MVC products here – http://trirand.net/forum/
- 16,000+ community posts and discussions for jqGrid in Stackoverlow.com, making it one of the most discussed topics in Stackoverflow overall – http://stackoverflow.com/search?q=jqgrid
- and many blogs, forum posts, group discussions over the Internet – just do a “jqGrid” search in Google or Bing – there are 700,000 matches.
Today, we are pleased to announce a great new addition to our list of resources – a book dedicated to jqGrid. This is the first resource that provides a gradual approach to jqGrid’s mechanics – starting with the basics and building up to the most complex scenarios in the end.
The book is written by Gabriel Manricks – which is great, because it provides a great tutorial from a professional developer who was not part of jqGrid’s development team and can better understand someone who has just started with jqGrid. Gabriel has done a superb job and everyone on the Trirand team is thankful for the effort he has put in this book
The book can be purchased as an e-book for only $16.99 directly from this online shop – http://www.packtpub.com/learn-to-manage-your-data-with-jqgrid-library/book – and the Trirand Team highly recommends it.
The Trirand Team
Due to problems with publishing jqGrid to jQuery plugin site we have updated our jqGrid to 4.5.2 version.
Actually this is the same as 4.5.1 (with little changes), so not worry what version you will use 4.5.1 or 4.5.2
The jqGrid 4.5.1 release is out. This release fixes a lot of bugs
For the full list of changes refer to the jqGrid 4.5.1 change log