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Collect statistics on the use of open source
TOAST UI Grid applies Google Analytics (GA) to collect statistics on the use of open source, in order to identify how widely TOAST UI Grid is used throughout the world.
It also serves as important index to determine the future course of projects.
location.hostname (e.g. > "ui.toast.com") is to be collected and the sole purpose is nothing but to measure statistics on the usage.
To disable GA, use the following
usageStatistics option when creating the instance.
const options =// ...usageStatistics: false;const instance = options;
You can also see the older versions of API page on the releases page.
TOAST UI products can be used by using the package manager or downloading the source directly. However, we highly recommend using the package manager.
Via Package Manager
TOAST UI products are registered in two package managers, npm. You can conveniently install it using the commands provided by the package manager. When using npm, be sure to use it in the environment Node.js is installed.
$ npm install --save tui-grid # Latest version$ npm install --save tui-grid@<version> # Specific version
Via Contents Delivery Network (CDN)
TOAST UI products are available over the CDN powered by TOAST Cloud.
You can use the CDN as below.
If you want to use a specific version, use the tag name instead of
latest in the url's path.
The CDN directory has the following structure.
grid/ ├─ latest/ │ ├─ tui-grid.css │ ├─ tui-grid.min.css │ ├─ tui-grid.js │ └─ tui-grid.min.js ├─ v3.8.0/ │ ├─ ...
Download Source Files
Add the container element where TOAST UI Grid will be created.
TOAST UI Grid can be used by creating an instance with the constructor function. To get the constructor function, you should import the module using one of the following ways depending on your environment.
Using namespace in browser environment
const Grid = tuiGrid;
Using module format in node environment
const Grid = ; /* CommonJS */
; /* ES6 */
You can create an instance with options and call various API after creating an instance.
const instance =el: document // Container elementcolumns:header: 'Name'name: 'name'header: 'Artist'name: 'artist'header: 'Release'name: 'release'header: 'Genre'name: 'genre'data:name: 'Beautiful Lies'artist: 'Birdy'release: '2016.03.26'genre: 'Pop';instance; // Call API of instance's public methodGrid; // Call API of static method