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  1. Webgrid Mvc
  2. Web Grid Tool
  3. Web Grid Control
  4. Web Grids
  5. Web Grid System


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  • Cluster ready. Designed with concurrency, on-demand scalability and cluster operation in mind
  • Debuggable. Provides browser screen recordings and extensive logs
  • Resilient. Built with automatic error recovery at its core
  • W3C Specification compilant. Fully compatible with existing Selenium clients

InstallĀ¶

Below are quick-start tutorials to get you started. For a more detailed introduction visit the dedicated Getting Started guide!

šŸ³ DockerĀ¶

  1. Yes, this is a known bug unfortunately. Null values in data will throw errors on sorting columns with those values. I had tried looking for a workaround, but no matter how I format the columns sorting always goes back to the actual data so I don't think there would be workarounds through modifying the format in some special way.
  2. We can define WebGrid to display data on a web page using an HTML table element. It renders tabular data in a very simple manner with support for custom formatting of columns, paging, sorting, and asynchronous updates via AJAX. The main properties in WebGrid are: Source ā€“ Where your data comes from.
  3. This Grid view is absolutely terrible the for school I have to use my phone instead of the school Chromebook because the grid view kicks me out of it and instead of my district deleting it and banning it like most other districts my district did not they kept the old version and got the 'fixed one' if anyone how to delete the extension even though your developer wont allow you to delete.

To run a basic grid in Docker you can use Docker Compose. Below is a bare-bones example of getting all required components up and running!

Returns the HTML markup that is used to render the WebGrid instance. Fully customizable design and resposive layout Change the look and feel of your website with ease with the Grid Designer. Color paletes (background color, headings and paragraphs color, accent color) Typography and text sizes.

You can now point your Selenium client to localhost:8080 and browse the API at /api.

ā˜øļø KubeĀ¶

For deployment to Kubernetes a Helm repository is available. The default values provide a good starting point for basic cluster setups like K3s or microk8s.

Your grid is now available at localhost:8080.

If you are deploying to a RBAC enabled cluster you might have to tweak some settings. Take a look at the documentation on how to use your own ServiceAccount and PersistentVolumeClaims.

UsageĀ¶

Once you have your grid up and running there is a couple of things you can do!

šŸš€ Launch browser instancesĀ¶

Point your selenium client to http://localhost:8080 to create a new browser container/pod and interact with it! You can use all features supported by Selenium.

šŸ” Browse the APIĀ¶

The grid provides a GraphQL API at /api with a Playground for you to explore. It exposes all available metadata about sessions, grid health and advanced features like video recordings.

šŸ“ŗ Watch your browsersĀ¶

You can take a live look at what your browsers are doing by taking the Session ID of a instance and visiting localhost:8080. You can also embed the videos in your existing tools! Head over to the embedding documentation to learn how.

Screen recordings in clusters

Video recordings are disabled by default in K8s as every cluster has specific requirements for file storage. The storage documentation explains how to enable it.

DevelopingĀ¶

Webgrid Mvc

If you want to build the project locally you can use the Makefile. To create Docker images for every component and run them locally run these commands:

To start individual components outside of Docker or setup the development environment, see the development environment documentation.

Last update: March 27, 2021
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Definition

Returns the HTML markup that is used to render the WebGrid instance and using the specified paging options.

Parameters

tableStyle
String

The name of the CSS class that is used to style the whole table.

headerStyle
String

The name of the CSS class that is used to style the table header.

footerStyle
String

The name of the CSS class that is used to style the table footer.

rowStyle
String

The name of the CSS class that is used to style each table row.

alternatingRowStyle
String

The name of the CSS class that is used to style even-numbered table rows.

Web
selectedRowStyle
String

The name of the CSS class that is used to style the selected table row. (Only one row can be selected at a time.)

displayHeader
Boolean

true to display the table header; otherwise, false. The default is true.

fillEmptyRows
Boolean

true to insert additional rows in the last page when there are insufficient data items to fill the last page; otherwise, false. The default is false. Additional rows are populated using the text specified by the emptyRowCellValue parameter.

emptyRowCellValue
String

The text that is used to populate additional rows in a page when there are insufficient data items to fill the last page. The fillEmptyRows parameter must be set to true to display these additional rows.

columns
IEnumerable<WebGridColumn>

A collection of WebGridColumn instances that specify how each column is displayed. This includes which data column is associated with each grid column, and how to format the data values that each grid column contains.

exclusions
IEnumerable<String>

A collection that contains the names of the data columns to exclude when the grid auto-populates columns.

mode
WebGridPagerModes

A bitwise combination of the enumeration values that specify methods that are provided for moving between pages of the WebGrid instance.

firstText
String

The text for the HTML link element that is used to link to the first page of the WebGrid instance. The FirstLast flag of the mode parameter must be set to display this page navigation element.

previousText
String

The text for the HTML link element that is used to link to previous page of the WebGrid instance. The NextPrevious flag of the mode parameter must be set to display this page navigation element.

nextText
String

The text for the HTML link element that is used to link to the next page of the WebGrid instance. The NextPrevious flag of the mode parameter must be set to display this page navigation element.

Web Grid Tool

lastText
String

The text for the HTML link element that is used to link to the last page of the WebGrid instance. The FirstLast flag of the mode parameter must be set to display this page navigation element.

numericLinksCount
Int32

Web Grid Control

The number of numeric page links that are provided to nearby WebGrid pages. The text of each numeric page link contains the page number. The Numeric flag of the mode parameter must be set to display these page navigation elements.

htmlAttributes
Object

Web Grids

An object that represents a collection of attributes (names and values) to set for the HTML table element that represents the WebGrid instance.

Returns

IHtmlString

The HTML markup that represents the fully-populated WebGrid instance.

Web Grid System

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