Notable companies that use jQuery include CBS, NBC, Google, Dell, Major League Baseball, Bank of America, Netflix, and WordPress, among others.
While DHTMLX has over 20 different components, let’s take a closer look at just a sampling of them. The Grid/TreeGrid component offers support for particularly large datasets. It’s flexible and easy to use thanks to its rich client-side API. Smart rendering, paging support, in-cell editing, integrated filtering, and more are included with the Grid component. The Layout component gives you the power to tweak the layout of web interface elements with ease. It contains various predefined layouts, a rich script API, and allows you to collapse, expand, or resize your interface elements. Another DHTMLX component worth mentioning is the Scheduler component. Similar to Google Calendar and MS Outlook Calendar, Scheduler offers users a lightweight, fast scheduling solution with drag-and-drop functionality, multiple views, and much more.
Examples of companies that use Script.aculo.us include Apple, Gucci, CNN, Ruby on Rails, IKEA, and NASA.
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