ZingGrid supports a rich (but nearly unobtrusive) API that leverages what web developers already know - the native DOM API! Treat ZingGrid elements just as you would any standard HTML element:
- Select elements using standard selectors like
- Apply CSS for styling, showing/hiding, or even adding transitions
- Add event listeners using native
Given that we are truly a native web component, you can bind ZingGrid with popular frameworks quite easily, such as:
- And more!
When you are binding data, use your framework or make calls to end-points directly with ZingGrid. We support:
- Standard REST
directly with almost zero configuration. If you do things the non-standard way, ZingGrid is customizable – do all the overwrites you need. Check out the examples below, then explore our docs!
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setCaption()method to update the counter shown on the caption.