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Daniel Cabanaw
@dcabanaw
thanks for the fix on #496 :D
Matanya
@matfish2
Thanks for your help in debugging :)
Arjan Weurding
@DrowningElysium
I am stil on version 0.6 and trying to add a custom filter
But the problem I am having is bringing the table plugin up to date on the new value and also removing the original textfield from it
The idea is to have a dropdown with all the types so they can just select what they want
Baruch Kogan
@boriskogan81
Hi, guys. I'm trying to use this component, and having several issues (mostly because I don't understand the documentation, I think.)
First, how can I make the columns draggable (using something like Vue.draggable)?
Second, I've installed jQuery, moment and daterangepicker, and implemented them globally. I've got a column called timestamp, which I declare in my options.datecolumns:
dateColumns:['timestamp'],
I also declare this column in my options.sortable and options.filterable arrays
but instead of a filter component, all I see in the timestamp header is "filter by timestamp"
Soumya
@somiparida
Hi, How to add custom template for vue-tables-2
gitBC
@gitBC
@matfish2 Found a bug in the way init-date-filters parses column names. I'm working on filing an issue and and pull request now. Ran through the build / test scripts, anything else I should run before filing?
gitBC
@gitBC
I'll just make several commits. Looks like the dist / dist-dev files are a bit behind too. Running out to lunch and will return to file request
hellboy81
@hellboy81
Is there undead vue grids?
hellboy81
@hellboy81
walking vue dead tables
Matanya
@matfish2
the second coming is upon us. I am back after a long absence. Started clearing up the clutter. Any help from a would-be collaborator would be greatly appreciated
Adam B
@abennett2
Hello, thanks for this room. I have a quick question for the author(s) regarding their fiddle at:
https://jsfiddle.net/matfish2/jfa5t4sm/7552/
Why can I not add this line to the options and get it to work?
pagination: { chunk:10, dropdown: false },
I cannot get this line to work in my own code either. Basically, I cannot get the dropdown part of the pagination to be disabled. I can HIDE it, but the DOM still moves the table when there aren't enough items visible for pagination to be necessary (ie: fewer than 10). I want to avoid that screen motion. Thank you!
gitBC
@gitBC
Almost just duplicated #727
I realize you're working on closing out a long list. I'll try to see if I cant drum something up soon. for now I have a former implementation working well and I'm just not going to fight it again
Matanya
@matfish2

I've been working on Vue Tables 2 for almost 3 years now. I probably spent more than 1,000 hours of work on it. I love this project. I got a lot of positive feedback and it seems like many devs found it useful, which is exactly why I started it. But recently, it became a bit too much to handle. So many emails with feature requests, so much work on new features, writing documentation, fixing bugs, not to mention working on the soon to be released Vue 3 version. Like many of you guys, I also have a day job, and I just can't afford to spend so much time at the expense of my paid work hours. Got rent to pay and mouths to feed.

I tried asking for donations. It didn't work. So, I've decided to start monetizing it with dual licensing. As of version 1.6.0 vue-tables-2 is available on Github under GPLv3 license, while offering an MIT version as a paid subscription. The previous versions prior to the license change are still available as MIT, so no one should get hurt if they're currently using it in their projects - but future releases will be GPLv3.

I know this seems drastic, but the next version - which includes a huge improvement in building custom templates, by allowing the user to swap any table component with his own implementation - takes an enormous amount of work, and I've decided that in order to take this project to the next level, I will need stable financial support from the companies that use it commercially. Charging a few dollars a month for a license to use it commercially seems reasonable to me.

I intend to continue building Vue tables 2 (and 3!), and make it a better open source project for all of us.

I will keep you guys posted on how this goes