I use it for in-house apps at my job. We're a globally recognized non-profit. We use it for all kinds of data management. Working on seeing if I can get them to buy an Editor license. :)
I used it for my master's project. I don't have a version online but you can catch a glimpse of it on page 40 here: http://www.slideshare.net/keithpjolley/keith-jolley-project-report-final-rev-b (please forgive the random formatting of the .ppt -> slideshare)
In that project there wasn't very much integration between datatables and D3 but in my current project, showing helpdesk transaction history and statistics, there's going to be a tight integration between the two - as you filter things in datatables it updates the data in D3, and, if I really get jiggy with it, clicking on nodes in D3 will update datatables.
Anyways, the real reason I'm writing this is to say thanks for creating and sharing this software. It's great stuff - thank you!
I am trying to develop a intranet solution for our small company. Until now I have implemented a view for four different tables with very little knowledge. From my point of view DataTables could not be simpler to understand and use, because I have implemented it successfully with marginal mysql/php/js knowledge.
I am also thinking to create a solution for viewing a pdf file library if I can understand how to make a basic interactions between viewerjs and datatables. The idea is to use a DataTable as file browser and a Viewer.js as a viewer of the selected file, but first I need to learn a little more of php.
I need to create some database interaction options (insert, delete) for the users, so I am thinking about a licence for the Editor.
Biggest problem by now was how to enable UTF-8 JSON in server side php on the 1.10 version (it was much simpler in earlier version, as I managed to do it on my own), but I have found the solution somewhere here.
So, thank you, this library gave me an option to see results with much less learning then I anticipated.
I use it for a free online database application for beekeeper. A month ago i finished the jquery mobile version of the application and even there is datatables perfect!
Im using datatables for Dynamics CRM where i can show records that do not have direct relationship and users can set up unlimited amount of tables/views with their own queries.
Which is otherwise unsupported/not possible
One display component can handle most of the tasks that need to be done. Cool. Similar to what DevExpress DataGrid meant for desktop applications.
My search tool is online available here: http://component.xmojmr.cz
I'm a new contractor working at a local University. They have been using datatables for quite some time as I understand it. I have been here less than 6 weeks but the system I am working on has been around for 10 years.
We use datatables for all of the tabular reports. Datatables is integrated into the fabric of the application and it displays, project data, financial data,, customer data, the list goes on and own.
We also have tied the table displays together with the buildGraph in a clever way that using to datatables on the displayed page. 1 for just tabular results and another that gives a summarized version of the tabular results. The summary datatable also displays the information in graph form.
The system is an internal one and the production ones are all password only access. I have two major applications that I will update early next year and I plan on moving directly to datatables in each one.
thank you for the DataTables Plugin. We are using it within a Database Application. DT helps to show various information for example production data. As I found it from the first moment I was really impressed.
So with this message I want to say Thank You.
Using it in our directory to bring colleges and companies on a common platform:
I am currently using DataTables to display reports and dashboards in my company's Analytics software. We first were test driving DHTMLX Grid but found that the implementation was completely terrible when it comes to cell manipulation. Get this, in order to have html links in a specified cell, you have to use carrot delimiters to specify options in the data! How terrible is that. DataTables provided me the ability to do what I needed that I couldn't do in DHTMLX Grid efficiently. And for those who doesn't know, DHTMLX Grid offers a paid version of their software and we were going to opt for it until we found out many flaws with that library.
In the future when I have successfully complete my Analytics project, I WILL donate to this library as it has been a pleasure working with it.
I intend to to use it for a football (soccer) prediction website, I use extjs (sencha) for the backend but don't need or want the weight of a whole framework for the front end. Am keen to utilise DataTables so I can develop a bootstrap/responsive front end.
Platform: ASP.Net MVC 4, SQL Server 2008
I am using it as a search table for accessing individual items for editing and viewing (both link-driven and modal popups). DT was the most flexible grid I could find with the least amount of coding. I looked at MS's web grid, mvcgrid, and jqgrid.
Needed a flexible, useful and feature rich datagrid that had all the bells and whistles. It had to be easy to implement and could handle multiple types of data sources. I needed this tool for a high profile project that our company was working on. Datatables not only meet the requirements but it exceeded my (and our clients) expectations. Not only am I a big fan of DataTables but our customer is too! Thanks DataTables you saved me a lot of development time.
I have taken a few months off work as a civil engineer to try develop a Construction Management Platform primarily for Civil Construction (possibly for use in other Project Management Areas). This is something I have been looking into for a few years, due to a lack of decent and affordable software in the industry and my fustration with most players using poorly developed excel spreadsheets for all management tasks. I would like to develop a minimal cost solution for the industry.
As the platform is to be, by its nature, very database driven I was started building a php/mysql based website (learning html&php on an as needed basis). A friend introduced me to Twitter Bootstrap, which opened the door to jquery. Looking over some bootstrap themes, I came across Allan's datatables and saw the benefit in using Datatables Editor to build and interact with my many tables. Although it has meant a whole new learning curve to start climbing, the overall time savings and simplification of my code (it was getting pretty messy!) has been outstanding.
Five months since starting this project (it was intended to be a two month break - this developing is addictive!) I am nutting my way through datatables piece by piece. The support from this community has been excellent, especially from Allan himself, and for that I thank you all.
For the meantime, here is a screenshot, from my facebook page.
This page I am currently working on. I have managed to get a nested table to work (user selects a resource from the timesheet, and a drill down table shows the break down of that timesheet item. My current issue is trying to pass the timesheet item ID as a variable into the nested table... the fun continues :P
I am using DataTables to make my new personal aviation site look pretty and semi-professional
We finally have our programs sorted nicely for prospective students:
Thanks all the Jquery Datatable Development.
It's the best tools/plugin I used ever.
I used Jquery Datatable on my reporting system for my clients
And all the reports are excellently represented .
Once again, thanks so much
I use dataTable for a variety of basic information rendering.
I just released a plugin to couple it with ampersand.js (micro backbone.js). The module takes a collection and renders that collection into the dataTable. Using the events on the collection AND the DataTables API, I can simply work with my collection as usual and the dataTable will auto-refresh!
Thanks for the development of this plugin. Has helped us and cut hundreds of hours by cutting out Excel of our business processes. I've used this plugin on a few projects. Mainly inside CMS's for businesses with very specific markets.
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