FooTable | jQuery plugin to make HTML tables | Plugin library

 by   fooplugins JavaScript Version: 2.0.6 License: Non-SPDX

kandi X-RAY | FooTable Summary

kandi X-RAY | FooTable Summary

FooTable is a JavaScript library typically used in Plugin, jQuery applications. FooTable has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However FooTable has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.

This is a complete re-write of the plugin. There is no upgrade path from V2 to V3 at present as the options and the way the code is written are inherently different. Please check out the full documentation for V3 found in the docs folder or by viewing it online here.

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              FooTable has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 2134 star(s) with 661 fork(s). There are 143 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 213 open issues and 580 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 180 days. There are 14 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of FooTable is 2.0.6

            kandi-Quality Quality

              FooTable has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              FooTable has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              FooTable has a Non-SPDX License.
              Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.

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              FooTable releases are available to install and integrate.
              Deployable package is available in Maven.

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            FooTable Key Features

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            FooTable Examples and Code Snippets

            Kusto UDF on dynamic array (map string values)
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            let foof = (fooTable: (record: dynamic)) {
            fooTable | mv-apply record on ( project abc=strcat("---", record, "---") | summarize abc = make_list(abc))
            let fooTable = datatable(str: string, record: dynamic) [
                "name1", dynamic(["a", "b
            Data Explorer KQL filtering and mapping JSONs in a list (dynamic type)
            Lines of Code : 16dot img2License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            let fooTable = datatable(str: string, record: dynamic) [
                "name1", dynamic([{"q": "foo", "type": "B1"}]),
                "name2", dynamic([{"q": "bar", "type": "C1"}, {"q": "bar2", "type": "B1"}]),
                "name3", dynamic([{"q": "foo", "type": "C1"},
            Dynamically alter range of Athena Partition Projection
            Lines of Code : 39dot img3License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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                Type: AWS::Glue::Table
                DependsOn: FooDB
                  DatabaseName: !Ref FooDB
                  CatalogId: !Ref AWS::AccountId
                    Name: FooTable
                    Parameters: {
                      "classification" : "json
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            WITH todelete AS (
                  SELECT f.*,
                         ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY TimeStamp DESC) as seqnum
                  FROM FooTable 
            DELETE FROM todelete
            WHERE seqnum > 100 AND
                  TimeStamp < DATEADD(MONTH, -6, GETDATE());
            MobX ReactJS AntD updates won't re-render
            Lines of Code : 13dot img5License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            import { toJS } from "mobx";
            // ...
            const FooTable = () => {
              const columns = [ ... ];
              return useObserver(() => {
                return ;
            Java microstream List Object not stored correctly
            Javadot img6Lines of Code : 97dot img6License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            import one.microstream.X;
            import one.microstream.persistence.binary.internal.AbstractBinaryHandlerCustomCollection;
            import one.microstream.persistence.binary.types.Binary;
            import one.microstream.persistence.types.PersistenceLoadHandler;
            Prevent MySQL to select the same row by compete threads
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            SELECT * FROM footable WHERE fooid > 5
               AND ( SELECT @uids := CONCAT_WS(',', fooid, @uids) ) FOR UPDATE;
            UPDATE footable
               SET foo = 'bar'
             WHERE fooid > 5
               AND ( SELECT @uids := CONCAT_WS(',', fooid, @u
            When are records committed to disk with SQLite.swift?
            Lines of Code : 91dot img8License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            import UIKit
            import SQLite
            class ViewController: UIViewController {
                private static let REUSE_DB_CONN:Bool = true
                private static let DB_NAME = "SQLiteFlushTester.sqlite3"
                let pragma:String? = "PRAGMA foreign_keys = ON;"
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            footable[mykey] : myvalue;
            (%i2) footable[x + 1, x - 1] : "v1" $
            (%i3) footable["hmm", 12345] : 1 - a*b $
            (%i4) footable[[1,2,3], sin(1)] : cos(2) $
            (%i5) footable;
            (%o5)                       footable
            (%i6) footab
            footable how do you remove search box
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            $("#mytable > thead > tr.footable-filtering").addClass("hidden");//hides the standard search footable search box

            Community Discussions


            java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: at org.openqa.selenium.remote.service.DriverService.wa
            Asked 2021-Jun-11 at 10:43

            I am a beginner with selenium and automation testing and I am writing a selenium script using java, TestNG, and maven. When I write everything in one class, all works fine, but I want to have a package for all objects, a package for tests, and Base Class with the main setting. The project will contain a class for every page from the website and a class for all tests. When I try to modify something appear another error is from the constructor in BaseClass and I have no idea why The base class is this: I tried with



            Answered 2021-Jun-02 at 12:11

            You need to define a default constructor for TestsPage. (Not just for the base class) TestNG tries to create an object of the test class by the following methods:

            Loops all constructors:

            1. Checks if any constructor is defined with @Parameters
            2. Check if any constructor annotated with @Factory.

            If there are no such constructors then:

            1. At last it checks to create the test class using a default constructor.

            So currently your code fails the above three criteria. Hence the exception.

            Try adding a default constructor and it would work.



            I tried several options but this error still occurs: org.testng.TestNGException: Check to make sure it can be instantiate
            Asked 2021-Jun-01 at 10:53

            I am a beginner with selenium and automation testing and I am writing a selenium script using java, TestNG, and maven. When I write everything in one class, all works fine, but I want to have a package for all objects, a package for tests, and Base Class with the main setting. The project will contain a class for every page from the website and a class for all tests. When I try to modify something appear another error is from the constructor in BaseClass and I have no idea why The base class is this: I tried with



            Answered 2021-Jun-01 at 10:53

            The basic problem with your code is that you have parameterised your constructor.

            TestNG ONLY knows how to invoke the default constructor (no arguments constructor). In your case, you have a parameterised constructor that seems to accept a WebDriver driver instance and TestNG does not know how to instantiate this.

            The easiest fix to get past this problem would be to do the following:

            1. Remove the parameterised constructor and just stick to default constructor.
            2. Employ an approach which abstracts out the WebDriver logic which your tests can basically invoke to get a WebDriver instance.
            3. Also please try to seggregate page object classes and test classes. (Your current class AnalizesiPreturi violates this expectation)

            Sometime back I built a library called autospawn which uses an annotation driven approach for browser instance management.

            You can refer to

            Alternatively you can make use of TestNG listeners using which you can instantiate webdriver instance and make it available via a ThreadLocal instance.

            For more details please refer to my blog post



            How can I make a dynamic collapsible menu accessible?
            Asked 2021-May-18 at 07:11

            I have an app that is using the footable plugin to allow for responsive tables. Essentially it takes columns from a table and turns them into a collapsible menu that is dynamically injected into the table as a new row when a user clicks a button to expand and then it is removed once the user collapses it again.

            If you look at this example, it sets display: none on the columns but it also appends a new tr element that has a class of .footable-detail-row and that tr houses the menu that displays the data (you'll have to shrink your browser window to see this functionality).

            This plugin does not have any accessibility built in unfortunately. I have forked their repo and am trying to make it accessible. I currently have it toggling the aria-expanded attributes and the span "buttons" are now buttons in my fork.

            I am stuck on how I can make this accessible because the expanded menu content is dynamically injected into the DOM and then it is removed from the DOM once the toggle button is clicked again.

            Perhaps I could add an aria-label for the buttons that says something like:

            When this button is clicked it will toggle a menu that is inserted into this table as a new row immediately below this one. The new row contains additional column information. To avoid this button use a screen with a width of at least 992 pixels.

            Obviously that's a gigantic label but it's descriptive as to what is happening and why. Thoughts?

            If I only have a button like this: Expand Content I normally would add a aria-controls="myCollapsibleMenu", however, in this instance myCollapsibleMenu doesn't exist in the DOM.

            Is there any way to make a menu like this accessible short of building out my own plugin like this that adds the menu when the script loads and doesn't remove the menu from the DOM?

            I have looked into the other aria attributes like aria-live but is there a way to make this work with aria-live since these menus should be associated to a specific icon? Are there any other aria attributes I can use to make this accessible? Perhaps if I use an aria-describedby on the inserted row it would let the user know how this row relates to it the row above it.

            I can add any attribute to the menu I want after it is created. Would it be acceptable to aadd a descriptive aria-label of what happens when a user clicks on the button?



            Answered 2021-May-18 at 07:11

            The advice in the comments is the best advice, replace the library.

            However, as with anything, there are compromises to be made and as you cannot replace the library at the moment, we can at least improve the accessibility to a level where it is "usable" with only a couple of minor tweaks.

            Please note it probably will not pass WCAG AA if that is a requirement.

            Stuff you have already done, just for clarity / to check

            The first thing is to make the part that opens and closes the additional information accessible via keyboard and improve the semantics.

            If you are able I would replace the contents of that column with elements instead of just text with a click handler.

            That gives you all of the relevant keyboard functionality you need.

            Obviously that would mean finding and adjusting the click handler responsible for expanding the row and replacing it, but hopefully it would be as simple as changing the CSS selector.

            button action

            The second thing you need to do is indicate to screen reader users the action of the button.

            This can easily be achieved with either an aria-label or use some visually hidden text (my preference due to compatibility)

            This simply needs to explain that it reveals more information.

            Something like "{name} (reveal all information in row below)".

            a bit of tidy up with the icon and the button ARIA

            Finally, let's hide that plus symbol from screen readers just to ensure it doesn't get announced using aria-hidden="true"

            Oh and add aria-expanded="false" to the buttons and toggle that when the row below is added.

            Quick example of desired output

            An example of the desired HTML output (based on your fiddle) is below:



            How to access the database data in OnSignedIn .net Core - Entity framework
            Asked 2021-May-12 at 06:50

            When a user signs in to a .net core MVC program, I need to view user-specific data from the database using logged in user id and save those data to current cookie. Following is the path I'm now taking. Show me how to do this if something is wrong.

            is there any way access like

            dbcontext.footable.where(x=> = "somevalue")




            Answered 2021-May-12 at 06:50

            You can access database data in OnSignedIn method like below:



            how to pass value from dynamic table to bootstrap modal
            Asked 2021-Mar-23 at 15:24

            I have created a dynamic table by fetching data from SQL using PHP. each row has an edit button that is linked to modal. I want to pass the value from table to modal so that I can edit it.

            I have tried looping trough table row and able to get the values of different columns. However, every time I clicked any edit buttons, only the last of the row is being passed on to the input on modal.

            here is my markup: Modal



            Answered 2021-Mar-23 at 15:23

            You are setting value of category in input box inside each loop that's the reason last value is set. Instead you can write click event on edit button so on click of this button get category name and put it inside modal input-box.

            Demo code :



            JavaScript Dom Manipulation to remove text
            Asked 2021-Feb-15 at 11:26

            I want to remove ?w=150" class="courseimg"> from the below html code.



            Answered 2021-Feb-15 at 10:10

            Not sure is it helps to you, but looks like you have troubles here with attribute softmerge-inner which has unnecessary double quotes before =.



            C# Nested Type Aliases - Cannot Resolve Symbol
            Asked 2020-Dec-31 at 08:34

            Why doesn't this compile in Unity 2018 C#?



            Answered 2020-Dec-31 at 08:34

            It is just not allowed by the compiler:


            Create a using alias directive to make it easier to qualify an identifier to a namespace or type. In any using directive, the fully-qualified namespace or type must be used regardless of the using directives that come before it. No using alias can be used in the declaration of a using directive. For example, the following generates a compiler error:



            How do I delete rows greater than 6 months old , but ensure I have at least 100 rows left in a table using SQL?
            Asked 2020-Nov-27 at 01:44

            Consider the following table definition:



            Answered 2020-Nov-27 at 01:12


            Illegal symbol DECLARE in DB2 z/OS Trigger
            Asked 2020-Nov-17 at 16:28

            I got the following statement:



            Answered 2020-Nov-17 at 16:28

            Do not assume that Db2-for-Z/OS has the same syntax as Db2 on other platforms (such as Db2-for-Linux/Unix/Windows/cloud, or Db2-for-i ).

            The SQL flavour supported by Db2-for-Z/OS allow exploitation of the hardware/software features specific to the underlying hardware platform. Some of those features do not currently exist on other hardware platforms that run Db2-for-Linux/Unix/Windows/cloud. That's why the SQL syntax can differ, apart from historic reasons associated with the historically batch nature of processing on the mainframe platform.

            For Db2-for-Z/OS, the syntax for a trigger body limits the SQL statements to a subset. The subset can differ with the Db2-for-Z/OS version.

            For currently shopping Db2-for-Z/OS versions, you cannot use DECLARE in the trigger body. You must examine what you are trying to achieve and find a different supported method to give the same result, for example to use "CALL" to access SQL PL functionality.

            For v11 of Db2-for-Z/OS you can see the allowed statements in a trigger-body here.

            You can also use that page to change to your version of the Db2-for-Z/OS product to see what SQL statements are allowed in the trigger body, and in particular examine the V12 advanced trigger capability.



            Getting the number of deleted rows in Kotlin's Exposed?
            Asked 2020-Nov-07 at 18:55

            I currently have something along the lines of



            Answered 2020-Nov-07 at 18:55

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