I am struggling with getting a list of selected rows from <sa-datatable>, and would appreciate your help.
I asked a question here, 4 days ago, but it may have gotten lost because it was a reply to an earlier comment. I started working with the DataTables community, hoping for a solution. There were some good ideas, as you can see in the following thread, but I am still not getting a selection list in my component.ts:
Can you help?
Please note that SmartAdmin is not a full application it is a UI tooltik that you will need to program further based on your development need and requirement. We have some examples of third party plugin integration that may need to be developed further as per your requirement. In this case SA table is a third party plugin that we only showcase some example usage.
Also kindly note that any third party plugins are not fully supported by us, the best place for third party plugin support would be by their respected authors, in this case datatables.net
I am evaluating SmartAdmin ReactJS.
Many implementations like Angular or Ruby on Rails have a "lite" / "seed" and a "full" version to start from. React16 only features a full blown sample. Am I missing something? How can I start a "bare bones" react16 project?
The layest react does not have the seed project, I am pretty certain I mentioned it in item description. The update is fairly new, I plan on releasing a seed for react16 after the 15th.
You can still work with the full application, you just turn off the features you don’t need...
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Labels:||admin template, angular, asp.net, lightweight admin, reactjs, responsive dashboard, webapp|
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