DataTables 1.10.0-beta.2

DataTables 1.10.0-beta.2

allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,133 Site admin
edited February 2014 in Announcements
Hello all,

The march towards DataTables 1.10.0 release contains with this second beta of 1.10. This is primarily a bug fix release, addressing some of the issues that have come up in the first beta, but one nice new feature is improved internationalisation support in the DataTables core through the new `language.decimal` option. This option provides the ability to tell DataTables which character should be used as the decimal point character in the data in your table, effecting type detection and sorting. There is a detailed description here: http://next.datatables.net/manual/i18n#Ordering-of-numeric-data

Complete details of the changes for this release can be found on the CDN page for 1.10.0-beta.2:
http://cdn.datatables.net/1.10.0-beta.2/

If you are new to DataTables 1.10, this blog post introduces the new features:
http://next.datatables.net/blog/2014-02-04

The latest beta can be downloaded from:
http://next.datatables.net/download

The new manual for DataTables 1.10 is available here:
http://next.datatables.net/manual

Please remember this is beta software - try it out and let me know if you run into any issues. If you do have any problems please open a new thread so we can keep track of individual issues.

Enjoy :-)

Allan

Replies

  • jl_newtraxjl_newtrax Posts: 2Questions: 0Answers: 0
    Allan, do you expect full compatibility between DataTables 1.10 and jquery-datatables-editable 2.3.3 right off the bat? I'll try it myself later this month, but what issues or gotchas should I be looking for?

    https://code.google.com/p/jquery-datatables-editable/
  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,133 Site admin
    The project you link to isn't part of the DataTables project, so it isn't maintained by myself. Indeed, I don't believe it is maintained by anyone now since it is marked as deprecated. So to answer your question directly, I don't know.

    DataTables 1.10 will be fully compatible with Editor 1.3, which will be released alongside 1.10 and leverages many of the new features of DataTables.

    Allan
  • jl_newtraxjl_newtrax Posts: 2Questions: 0Answers: 0
    Thanks for the reply. Actually I didn't know about Editor until yesterday, and I've been using this unofficial plugin for a while now. So I'll keep Editor in mind in case of compatibility issues.
  • phaxphax Posts: 5Questions: 0Answers: 0
    Hi Allan!
    Just a small note on the 1.10-beta2 docs:
    http://next.datatables.net/reference/option/#Internationalisation
    The text is a bit misleading as the object "language.aria" must in reality be addressed as "oLanguage.oAria" - maybe you can update this for beta3 :)
    Thanks, Philip
  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,133 Site admin
    The `language.aria` option should work just fine as shown here: http://live.datatables.net/widagek/1/edit .

    You can use the old Hungarian notation styling if you want - but camelCase now the preferred styling. See: http://next.datatables.net/upgrade/1.10-naming

    Allan
  • ALMMaALMMa Posts: 1Questions: 0Answers: 0
    edited March 2014
    DataTables 1.10 beta 2 compatible classes and binder to use with ASP.NET MVC.
    Works ONLY with the new camel case API.

    The idea is not to create a master solution to all of your problems. It simply binds variables and help you avoid working with raw request parameters.

    https://github.com/ALMMa/datatables-mvc
  • liedekefliedekef Posts: 8Questions: 0Answers: 0
    Hi,

    I'm trying out DataTables 1.10 beta 2, and it's working great (I was having an issue with bSaveState and hidden columns, which is fixed here). But I saw nowhere in the new doc a reference to the old "iDataSort". In the new version, it seems "datasort" works just fine, it's just not documented :-)
  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,133 Site admin
    The old hungarian notation is no longer documented in the 1.10 docs, in favour of the camelCase notation. This is noted in the 'new' release notes ( http://next.datatables.net/new/1.10 ):

    > With 1.10, DataTables now accepts both camelCase notation and the original Hungarian notation for parameter, with camelCase being the preferred, and documented, option. As with the API this change is fully backwards compatible.

    Allan
  • liedekefliedekef Posts: 8Questions: 0Answers: 0
    I imagined something like that. But still: "datasort" is not documented on the new site (or I looked in the wrong places).
  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,133 Site admin
    Renamed to `orderData` in 1.10 for naming consistency: http://next.datatables.net/reference/option/columns.orderData . `dataSort` / iDataSort will still work for backwards compatibility.

    Allan
  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,133 Site admin
    edited March 2014
    Reminder to all - please open a new thread for reporting issues. This way we (I!) can keep track of each individual one.

    Allan
This discussion has been closed.