Animated Table Sorter is a jQuery library for sorting table contents by text and numeric value.
As the developer puts it, this plugin “[allows] to serve unexcited content in a very exciting way”.
It allows to sort content in a more exciting manner. The library has some five ways of animating the sorting process, so that’s pretty cool.
ParamQuery is a lightweight jQuery grid plugin for creating powerful table grids.
ParamQuery sports features like sorting, paging and resizing elements. The look of the table can be customized with CSS.
ParamQuery supports IE (6+) and modern browsers; it implements with the server-side well and even offers inline cell editing. In short, a marvelous plugin for those who seek such plugins.
Stacktable.js is a jQuery plugin for stacking tables on small screens.
Responsive tables are harder to achieve with this plugin — you need to tinker with CSS to do that –, however, it’s very much worth the effort.
By default, it works by creating a copy of the table that is converted to a 2-column format.
AttC (auto-table-to-chart) is a jQuery plugin for converting HTML tables to Google charts.
The library can, as of now, convert table data to five chart formats: bar, column, area, line, and pie.
Value binding from tables to charts is reasonably simple and coherent. The plugin is also easy to implement and supports most modern browsers.
Stupid Table Plugin is a “stupid, absurdly lightweight jQuery table sorting plugin”.
The Stupid Table Plugin weighs around a kilobyte, so it isn’t a pain to implement.
It’s also possible to sort human-readable data by sorting the machine-readable data with this plugin.
Handsontable is a lightweight (60kb unminified) plugin for creating an Excel-like table editor.
Handsontable provides a powerful skeleton upon which you can build your own editor; if that is not your intention, however, there are plenty of ready-to-use examples.
There are plenty of useful options like autoexpanding, scroll, adding a context menu, etc.
What I see missing is scrolling support, but probably an iframe can fix that.
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