For my second article I’m again writing about Ext.js. Ext.js has one great part for showing data – grids. These look really nice and you can style them pretty easily. It all works like a charm when you’re using them for static data. But what when things get dynamic? What when you don’t know the number of the headers that you need in the table and not just rows? Here’s where this article will help.
First lets input some data to our view(i used ajax requests). For the request I modeled my json so it has several parts: fields-name of the fields in table, results – data to be shown, and flag – is it input data our output(i had to make a sort of a spreadsheet where input and output data had to be separated.)
Since I used Array store I modeled my data into an array.