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XLSX.js v2.2.0

Hello Everyone, This is just a quick post to describe the changes present in v2.2.0 of XLSX.js. There are four of any significance: Read blank cells and rows. In previous versions of XLSX.js, blank cells or rows would not be

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XLSX.js v2.1.0 & DOCX.js v1.0.1 – Line Endings and Bug Fixes

Hello All, Today brings new, and fairly minor, versions of XLSX.js and DOCX.js. First off, both are now using LF line endings in the database – as opposed to CRLF (DOS/Windows). Though I’ve known of this difference in line endings

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XLSX v2.0.0

Today, we are excited to launch the first major update to XLSX.js! With it comes two major changes that we’ll talk about in this post. The first is a change to the API (JavaScript object representation of the spreadsheet), and

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Answering a DOM Question

What’s the saying? “There are no dumb questions, only dumb answers”? Well, apparently that can also apply to JavaScript methodologies. This post is written to answer what I thought was a “dumb” question. It was a question that I posed

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xlsx.js for idiots (exporting edition)

** Note: With version 2, the API of XLSX.js has been updated in ways that will break existing code. The details of these changes are outlined here. ** This is my first post and I want to make a confession:

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XLSX.js v1.1.0

Our first update to XLSX.js is now available on GitHub! It brings performance improvements (particularly in file creation), minor bug fixes, and the ability to work with more columns. And, don’t forget to look through our demos and tutorials on

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Save an Excel File with XLSX.js

** Note: With version 2, the API of XLSX.js has been updated in ways that will break existing code. The details of these changes are outlined here. ** Hello, and welcome to our new site! We are still getting things setup,

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get it!

Start by downloading the script from github. xlsx.js

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Introducing XLSX.js

It’s amazing, isn’t it? For years JavaScript was just a small scripting language of relatively little consequence. Now, in symbiosis with HTML and CSS, it is evolving into a first class development platform. It’s still short of that, to be

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Load an Excel file with XLSX.js

** Note: With version 2, the API of XLSX.js has been updated in ways that will break existing code. The details of these changes are outlined here. ** It’s only the second day since XLSX.js was published, and we are thrilled

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