With only a single line of code you can turn your boring old HTML table(s) into a magical widget with pagination, instant search and multi-column ordering.
The best code is the code you don't have to write and DataTables is highly configurable (with it's own API and a wide variety of extensions including Editor, TableTools, FixedColumns and more) and adding the feature you want is often as simple as just enabling the correct config option.
SerializeJSON(qMyAwesomeQueryObject) We will cover Web SQL (old busted) for legacy browser and device support, IndexedDB (new hotness) for newer and evergreen browsers, as well as all the shims that will make working with them all easier. We will also cover syncing to traditional relational databases such as MySQL, as well as NoSQL with an emphasis on CouchDB.
DataTables is easy on the eyes too. The out of the box CSS is gorgeous but it's easily theme-able with your favorite CSS framework, including jQuery UI, Bootstrap, and Foundation.
DataTables comes batteries included, is fully internationalisable, and it's backed by a suite of over 2900+ unit tests with commercial support available.
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I've even got some tips for making all the magic work back on ancient browsers like creaky old Internet Explorer 6/7 (don't worry, jQuery does most of the heavy lifting here too).
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