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Requires PHP 5.3+
Supports PHP 7
Package Includes
  • Editor 2.0.1
  • PHP libraries for Editor
  • Full suite of examples
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Examples use 7.4+
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  • Editor 2.0.1
  • Node.JS libraries for Editor
  • Full suite of examples
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  • Editor 2.0.1
  • .NET Framework libraries
  • Full suite of examples
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Package Includes
  • Editor 2.0.1
  • .NET libraries
  • Full suite of examples
Documentation
Package Includes
  • Editor 2.0.1
Documentation

Editor 2.0

Editor 2 comes 9 years after Editor was initially launched and increased the utility of the library with new features such as:

  • DataTable as an input
  • Nested editing
  • Inline editing with multiple fields
  • Bootstrap 5 support

And of course more - please see the release notes for full details of the changes.

We have a blog post for more details about the features and what you can expect in Editor 2.

Upgrading from 1.9

We've also taken the opertunity to remove legacy features - many of which haven't been relevent since v1.3. They were all previously marked as deprecated in the documentation and have now been removed to keep the library size as slim as possible. Please refer to the "Removed" section of the release notes.

Finally, if you use the datetime field type, please note that we have split the date / time input picker into its own library. To use datetime with Editor 2, you must now also include the new DateTime library. This was done to increase reusability of the library - e.g. it is also used in our SearchBuilder extension for DataTables.

Upgrading from 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 or 1.9

  • .NET: Note that for the .NET Framework platform, the provided dll has been renamed from DataTables.dll to DataTables-Editor-Server.dll to match the Nuget package for Editor's server-side component. It still provides the same functionality.
  • PHP: The Editor PHP libraries in the demo have been moved from a /php directory to /lib for consistency with the other deployment platforms. The library files can be used in any directory name you wish, as long as it is correctly referenced from your table's PHP file.

On the client-side there are no special requirements when updating from Editor 1.5.x or later. All changes are fully backwards compatible.

Upgrading from 1.4 or earlier

An upgrade document document is available for those upgrading from v1.4 which details the changes from older versions.

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