@easyquery/ui

EasyQuery.JS Community UI widgets

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@easyquery/ui (part of EasyQuery.JS)

EasyQuery library provides you with the means to add an ad-hoc reporting or advanced search functionality to your web application.

It gives you a simple to use but a quite powerful user interface to build queries or filters to your data. Your end-users will get the power of SQL with the simplicity of a natural language.

Take a look at EasyQuery web-page for more information.

This package contains the basic set of EasyQuery.JS UI widgets (like QueryPanel, EntitiesPanel, ColumnsPanel, etc) and some views. Each view is a set of widgets which work together to cover some specific scenario.

It depends on @easyquery/core package.

Usage

@easyquery/ui is used together with other EasyQuery.JS packages and some server-side code which is responsible for query generation and data retrieving.

A general overview of EasyQuery.JS, getting started instructions and tutorials can be found on EasyQuery.JS documentation web-site.

If you plan to use it with ASP.NET (Core) backend - we suggest you proceed with a "bundle": EasyQuery for ASP.NET (Core) which includes both EasyQuery.JS library and the server-side packages for .NET (Core).

For other platforms, you will also need a special EasyQuery Server which can be installed on any Linux, Windows or Mac server. For more information please read How EasyQuery works section on EasyQuery.JS web page.

Live examples

You can test EasyQuery in several different scenarios on our live demos page.

The source code for these sample web-applications is available on GitHub.

Documentation

License

The package is distributed under LGPL-3.0 license.

The server-side part (which is required to build a working solution) is licensed separately. For more information please see EasyQuery.NET Licensing page.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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