Build Responsive, Interactive JavaScript Data Grids & Tables with Minimal Set-Up

ZingGrid gives you tons of built-in functionality right out of the box so you can visualize your datasets as grids and tables in no time.

Scrolling GIF of 2019 Tech Conferences ZingGrid demo
Scroll down to view this demo live, or play with the code in our Studio editor.

ZingGrid JavaScript Data Grid & Table Library

Powerful, Feature-Rich Data Grids & Tables

ZingGrid data grids and tables are optimized to work with datasets of all sizes on both mobile and desktop devices. Out of the box, ZingGrid is CRUD-ready, has a rich API, and includes a Server-Side Rendering option.

The live demo in this section showcases the following built-in features: row and card-view layout modes, multiple column types (text, date, URL), sorting, custom interactive filtering, and paging.




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Start Using ZingGrid in Four Quick Steps


  1. Sign up to create a demo in our Studio editor, or open your web project in your editor of choice.

  2. Reference the ZingGrid library in your project. Learn about the variety of ways to do this here.

  3. Add the <zing-grid> element to your project.

  4. Choose how you want to import your data. Once you do this, your grid is ready to be rendered!

Animated GIF of a simple demo being built in the ZingGrid Studio text editor
See this demo in action in our Studio editor.

Create a Working Grid in a Few Lines of Code

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>Get Started With ZingGrid</title>
    <script src="https://cdn.zinggrid.com/zinggrid.min.js"></script>
  </head>
  <body>
    <zing-grid src="https://jammin-salmon.glitch.me/api/movies/"></zing-grid>
  </body>
</html>