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License
BSD
Lastest release
version 1.9.4 on Nov 25th, 2012

js.jquery_datatables

Introduction

This library packages jQuery Datatables for fanstatic.

This requires integration between your web framework and fanstatic, and making sure that the original resources (shipped in the resources directory in js.jquery_datatables) are published to some URL.

How to use?

You can import jquery_datatables from js.jquery_datatables and need it where you want these resources to be included on a page:

>>> from js.jquery_datatables import jquery_datatables
>>> jquery_datatables.need()

CHANGES

1.9.4 (2012-10-12)
  • Updated files to datatables version 1.9.4
1.9.3 (2012-10-12)
  • Nothing changed yet.
1.9.2 (2012-07-17)
  • Nothing changed yet.
1.8.2 (2011-11-11)
  • Modified to make available jquery_datatables_js as a separate resource that doesn't include the css by default.
  • Upgraded to datatables 1.8.2
1.7.6 (2011-04-25)
  • Initial release.

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Last updated Nov 25th, 2012

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