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|Easyexcel||29,516||98||111||24 days ago||68||May 30, 2023||382||apache-2.0||Java|
|Excelize||16,307||427||7 hours ago||187||August 27, 2023||82||bsd-3-clause||Go|
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|Luckysheet is an online spreadsheet like excel that is powerful, simple to configure, and completely open source.|
|Phpspreadsheet||12,646||1,473||656||7 days ago||46||June 14, 2023||173||mit||PHP|
|A pure PHP library for reading and writing spreadsheet files|
|Gotenberg||5,877||a day ago||38||November 24, 2023||41||mit||Go|
|A developer-friendly API for converting numerous document formats into PDF files, and more!|
|Xlsx||5,569||63||322||a month ago||49||October 24, 2023||1||other||Go|
|Go library for reading and writing XLSX files.|
|Closedxml||4,073||534||396||8 days ago||80||October 26, 2023||417||mit||C#|
|ClosedXML is a .NET library for reading, manipulating and writing Excel 2007+ (.xlsx, .xlsm) files. It aims to provide an intuitive and user-friendly interface to dealing with the underlying OpenXML API.|
|Documentserver||3,952||20 days ago||692||agpl-3.0||Shell|
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|Unioffice||3,943||19||2 months ago||50||September 17, 2023||34||other||Go|
|Pure go library for creating and processing Office Word (.docx), Excel (.xlsx) and Powerpoint (.pptx) documents|
An open-source platform for designing and rendering various reports.
You can find more information on the official project website https://jsreport.net
Basic installation from the npm
npm install -g @jsreport/jsreport-cli jsreport init jsreport configure jsreport start
You can also download compiled binary or pull from the official docker images. See https://jsreport.net/on-prem for the details.
See the https://jsreport.net/learn for an overview of concepts, guides, clients, and general documentation.
The jsreport official distribution in npm, docker, or compiled binary includes the most commonly used extensions. However, the list of available extensions is much longer, and you may want to install some of the missing ones as well. See the list of available packages here or in the documentation.
You are also not limited to extensions we provide to you. You can implement your extensions. See the Implementing custom extension article.
You can find documentation for adapting this jsreport distribution using nodejs and also information for integrating it into an existing nodejs application in the article adapting jsreport.
The official jsreport distribution wires the most popular extensions into the ready-to-use package. However, if you are skilled, you are free to start from the ground using jsreport-core.
We use yarn to manage the monorepo. The basic workflow is the following
git clone https://github.com/jsreport/jsreport yarn install yarn start
The tests for the individual package runs the following way
yarn workspace @jsreport/jsreport-scripts test
The studio extensions development with the hot reload can be started using
set NODE_ENV=jsreport-development&&yarn start
More in the backlog.
Missing a feature? Submit a feature request.
We guarantee every release is stable and has 0 vulnerabilities mentioned in the npm audit. Please wait until we release the next version with the dependencies update when you see a security warning in your audit. There is no need to create a ticket for it. In case you see a direct impact on jsreport security that you can replicate, please send us an email to [email protected] and we will make sure it's fixed ASAP. Note there is no need to panic when there is a vulnerability mentioned in the audit because it is the most likely in the code path that is not used. A typical example of a vulnerability is an eventual DDoS attack through a dependency parsing some internal config, which in fact can't happen and isn't a vulnerability at all.
Copyright (C) 2023 Jan Blaha
Do you want to use jsreport for a personal purpose, in a school project or a non-profit organization? Then you don't need the author's permission, just go on and use it. You can use jsreport without the author's permission also when having a maximum 5 templates stored in jsreport storage.
For commercial projects using more than 5 stored report templates see Pricing page.
Under any of the licenses, free or not, you are allowed to download the source code and make your own edits.
In every case, there are no warranties of any kind provided:
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