Installation

First you need to install @generic-ui/ngx-grid package with all it's peer dependencies. The best way to do that is with the help of NPM.

NPM installation:

$ npm i @generic-ui/ngx-grid @generic-ui/fabric @generic-ui/hermes element-resize-detector@1.1.14

The alternative solution is to use yarn instead

yarn installation:

$ yarn add @generic-ui/ngx-grid @generic-ui/fabric @generic-ui/hermes element-resize-detector@1.1.14

Make sure that you use Angular in version at least 8.0.0 and Rxjs in version greater than 6.0.0.



Download Angular Grid

Now your installation is completed. The grid should be set and ready to use. To follow the basics of how to use grid with the angular framework read this generic ui grid basics guide.

The more advanced developers we suggest to read the Grid API documentation page.

Update

GenericUi's NPM / yarn install command will provide all of the needed code to run Grid in your Angular application. To keep Grid library updated and to have always newest version remember to run this script:

NPM update:

$ npm update @generic-ui/ngx-grid @generic-ui/fabric @generic-ui/hermes

yarn update:

$ yarn upgrade @generic-ui/ngx-grid @generic-ui/fabric @generic-ui/hermes

Install Node.JS

If you are not familiar with the installation process of the NodeJS platform you can follow the official guide on nodejs.org.

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