Beta Release - This version is currently under development and should not be used in a production environment.

Tabulator 4.0

Welcome to the new look Tabulator Documentation!

Tabulator 4.0 has been a long time comming, and you will be happy to hear that it is now 100% jQuery free.

At the moment v4.0 has not been officially released, this beta version is still being updated and is subject to change without notice and should not be treated as stable. Please have a play with it and get in touch with any feeback on the GitHub issues page.

There have been substantial changes to the way that Tabulator works, so it is worth having a read through the Release Notes and Upgrade Guide to see whats new.

Version 4.0 Progress

The v4.0 code is still under development at the moment, it now contains all of the core updates to the structure and API of Tabulator, including the removal of jQuery, the move over to a promise based design flow, parameter lookups and a shift in the context of callbacks. and everything that is in should be functional. If you find any bugs then please get in touch and let me know what needs to be polished.

There are still serveral improvements comming before this is ready for release, including:

  • Improvements to the download module to allow for better PDF generation
  • Better touch event handling for mobile interaction
  • Render system improvements.

On the whole I am focusing on upgrades to the core functionality in this release, with a number of new and exciting modules comming in the 4.1 release.

Improvments to the virtual DOM rendering system will be split over the 4.0 and 4.1 releases, with so much changing in the core code I want to be sure that things are stable before tinkering too much with the rendering system.

Thanks for your patience will i have been putting this togeather, i hope you enjoy the new and improved Tabulator 4.0!

New Documentation Format

As Tabulator has grown, so has its documentation. With the launch of version 4.0 the documentation is now so big it needed splitting down into easy to manage peices.

Menu Bar

You will notice the side menu bar has moved to the right hand side of the page and contains more information than previously. The will also be a search bar coming soon that will provide an easy way to search through the docs for the information you need

Frequently Asked Questions

The Quickstart option has been moved from the main menu bar to the Version Info section of the sidebar and has now been replaced with the FAQ section.

The frequently asked questions section will include answers to some of the most common questions about tabulator and should save you hours of trawling through the GitHub issues list for answers.

Embeded Examples

Working example Tabulators will soon be embeded straight in the documentation to demonstrate exatly how to use specific table features.

Search Bar

You will notice a new search bar has appeared at the top of the side bar, in the next couple of weeks this will go live and allow you to search the entire site for the info you need.

Release Notes

Detailed information about the changes for this release can now be found on the Release Notes page in the Version Info section of the sidebar menu

Upgrade Guide

A step by step guide to upgrading your tables to the latest version of Tabulator can now be found on the Upgrade Guide page in the Version Info section of the sidebar menu

Setup Guide

There are now more options than ever available to you to customize your Tabulator installation.

Full details on how to install Tabulator on your site can be found on the Installation page in the Getting Stared section of the sidebar menu