How to make a JSON data table that may be reused

Today I will tell you the right method How to make a JSON data table that may be reused. Creating a tabular overview of data is a common requirement in web development projects. Using HTML and JavaScript, this task is simple to complete.

Then, using CSS, it may be stylized graphically. Even better, if the table data can be returned as JSON as part of an AJAX response from the webserver.

Finally, as a programmer, it strikes me that using an agnostic process to construct the table and abstracting the code that consumes the JSON into a library makes the table reusable. This is a win, win, win situation.

(ExtJS, in my opinion, adds a lot to the table, but at a price that is tough to justify to new front-end devs.)

To view an example, look through the code. Here are a few points that I believe are worth mentioning.

You can indicate the sort of data the builder can anticipate to discover for each column by inserting an extra field in the “column headings” data—this helps to enable an additional layer of abstraction that allows you to present numbers, currency, percentages, and dates in a variety of ways.

In fact, you can abstract a wide range of data types that scale independently of the data that drives the function Object() { [native code] }. (For new programmers, this is an important learning milestone that will help you advance in your career.).

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