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While we can't take credit for inventing DataTables, we are proud to provide support on the backend for the Java Enterprise Environment. SpryMedia provides a PHP library of classes for the backend known simply as Editor if this is your preferred environment. However, an increase in demand to support other environments for DataTables is apparent. Providing a dynamic, beautiful table / list editing interface is fundamental to many web-applications, but creating the software to provide all the features you want takes time. Enter JED - customized editable tables, for the powerful DataTables library, in virtually no time.
SpryMedia has complete supporting documentation for their DataTables and Editor. They have designed their Editor documentation as an API reference available on their website. Here too, we endeavour to provide you with a complete set of API JavaDoc documentation, so that you will know where to look for publicly available methods for every class along with easy examples to follow.
If you have not visited the home website for DataTables and Editor, we encourage you to do so to become familiar with all their examples and documentation. This site is Java centric and our examples, while they mirror those you find on the original website, make use of our Java class library to handle the server side processing. Learn what you can about the client side DataTables, but be sure to return if your programming environment involves Java Server Pages and Servlets.
With DataTables providing the table display, you get a highly configurable table with features such as filtering, sorting, paging and scrolling with virtually no effort
No form or Editing display is the same, and you want your editing controls to fit in with the look-and-feel of your web-site. The client side Editor provides powerful field and display controller plug-ins to allow complete customization.
Starting out with a new software library can take a little time but time well spent to understand the full range of options JED has to offer. So we have a number of examples and tutorials to help you get started. And if you're new to Java seeking a quick step-by-step setup tutorial, check out our Getting Started Guide.