Populate your table with data and update data dynamically at any time. Update any table's option dynamically without page reloads. Includes sorting, search and pagination out of the box.
Two styling themes
Conditional formatting 🎨
Large data support
Populate your table with data dynamically at any time without page reloads
Responsive table automatically adapts to any screen size
Multiple styling options: hoverable rows, compact mode, striped rows, borders etc
84 languages included
Row click event returns row id so you can edit / remove your data
Advanced settings (enable/disable search for some columns, enable/disable sorting for some columns, ...)
Please check our demos and documentation for more features!
Populate: provide data to the table
Export: export table data to CSV
Set Language: Change table language
Destroy: remove the table
Order column: choose a column to sort
Add Conditional Formatting
Clear Conditional Formatting
Table drawn: table fully rendered on the page
Clicked row (text): row unique id
Search term (text): current value in the search box
Selected rows: list of selected rows
Install the plugin and add a DataTable element on the page.
You have a bunch of options to customize your table. Most of them are dynamic which means you can change them at any time in your app (just like in our demo).
Plugin supports 2 styling themes: Default and Semantic UI
Table captions language
Enable or disable table searching
Limit searchable cols
Disable search on the data in certain columns. Comma-separated column indexes: "1,2,4"
Enable or disable column sorting
Limit orderable cols
Disable ordering for certain columns. Comma-separated column indexes: "1,2,4"
Default ordering (column)
Column index (1,2 etc) that will be ordered by default. Can be empty
'Yes' for Ascending order; 'No' for Descending order (used for default ordering)
Enable or disable table pagination
Feature control the end user's ability to change the paging display length of the table
Nb of records per page
Possible options to choose for the number of records per page. Comma-separated values: "25,50,100". "Show All" option is inserted automatically.
"Show all" localization
If the custom number of results per page is defined above, this field allows to translate the "Show All" option if need.
Possible values are : Disabled, Single, Multi, OS. Multi and OS allows to select multiple rows in a slightly different way
Deselect the selected items automatically when the user moves focus outside of the table
Show/hide table information display field (number of entries)
Enable/Disable column sorting
Columns to hide. Format: "1,2,4" (comma-separated column indexes)
Enable horizontal scrolling. When a table is too wide to fit into a certain layout, or you have a large number of columns in the table, you can enable horizontal (x) scrolling to show the table in a viewport, which can be scrolled. This is particularly useful when you want to show the table on mobile devices
You may want to use this mode to render thousands of rows
Styles (all themes)
Changes background color of all the odd rows in the table. More info: https://datatables.net/examples/styling/stripe.html
Strong delineation between individual cells. More info: https://datatables.net/examples/styling/cell-border.html
Reduces the amount of white-space in the default styling, increasing the information density on screen. More info: https://datatables.net/examples/styling/compact.html
Row selected color
Control text color
Styles (Default theme)
Allow the table to reduce in height when a limited number of rows are shown. More info: https://datatables.net/reference/option/scrollCollapse
Highlight a row when the mouse is hovered over it. More info: https://datatables.net/examples/styling/hover.html
Highligth the columns to indicate the sorting. More info: https://datatables.net/examples/styling/order-column.html
Strong delineation between rows. More info: https://datatables.net/examples/styling/row-border.html
Styles (Semantic UI theme)
Invert table colors
A table can be given a color to distinguish it from other tables. Possible values are: red | orange | yellow | olive | green | teal | blue | violet | purple | pink | brown | grey | black
You should populate your table in the workflow. Call the "Populate" action (for example, from the "Page is loaded" event):
Define all the column names and data. Please note that the column data must be a string separated by the "," sequence (comma between double quotes).
Row IDs field is optional but if you are planning to use the "Row clicked" event (see below) you must provide it. It defines a unique ID for each row. Clicking on a row will trigger the "Row clicked" event which will provide a row id value.
Simply call the "Populate" action anytime when your source data is changed.
Plugin supports 2 themes: Default and Semantic UI. It also supports many styling options defined above.
Call the "Export" action from your Workflow:
Choose a filename and export format. Only CSV format is available at this moment. We have planned to add exporting to PDF very soon!
To use this event, you need to provide the "Row IDs" field when populating your table with data. Therefore each of your rows will have a unique ID.
Clicking on a row will produce an event "Row clicked" so you can catch it in the workflow:
Now you can access the "Clicked row" state with the row id:
You can access the current search term ("new york" on the image below) by reading the "Search Term" state.
Conditional formatting allows you to automatically apply formatting: font colors, background colors, font weight to one or more cells based on the cell value. To do this, you’ll need to create a conditional formatting rule.
Supported operations: =, <, >, !=, <=, >=, contains, doesn’t contain, startsWith, endsWith
Supported styles: font color, background color, bold font
1. Call the “Add Conditional Formatting” action, provide a column index, condition (operation + value to compare) and styles
2. Add one or several conditions to one or several columns
3. Call the “Refresh” action
Check out our DEMO 1 to see it in action.
Related action: Clear conditional formatting
A: If your data source is Bubble Database, first of all check your privacy rules. Also you can try to render the same set of the data (or just a number of found items) in another widget (text box / repeating group etc) to verify that you actually have access to the data.
If it doesn't help, most likely you should check the format of the provided data for every column (refer to the Populate table with data section)
A: The plugin supports HTML code as the cells value. As long as you can generate HTML data, you are able to customize your cells: