ngHandsontable grunt Bower npm

AngularJS directive for Handsontable

ngHandsontable - the AngularJS directive for Handsontable Build Status

Enables creation of data grid applications in AngularJS.


See the demo at


Include the library files:

<link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="bower_components/handsontable/dist/handsontable.full.css">
<script src="bower_components/angular/angular.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/handsontable/dist/handsontable.full.js"></script>
<script src="dist/ngHandsontable.js"></script>

Include component to your app:

angular.module('my-app', ['ngHandsontable']);


<hot-table settings="{colHeaders: colHeaders, contextMenu: ['row_above', 'row_below', 'remove_row'], afterChange: afterChange}"
    <hot-column data="id" title="'ID'"></hot-column>
    <hot-column data="name.first" title="'First Name'" type="grayedOut" read-only></hot-column>
    <hot-column data="name.last" title="'Last Name'" type="grayedOut" read-only></hot-column>
    <hot-column data="address" title="'Address'" width="150"></hot-column>
    <hot-column data="product.description" title="'Favorite food'" type="'autocomplete'">
        <hot-autocomplete datarows="description in product.options"></hot-autocomplete>
    <hot-column data="price" title="'Price'" type="'numeric'" width="80" format="'$ 0,0.00'"></hot-column>
    <hot-column data="isActive" title="'Is active'" type="'checkbox'" width="65" checked-template="'Yes'" unchecked-template="'No'"></hot-column>


$scope.db.items = [
    "id": 1,
    "name": {
      "first": "John",
      "last": "Schmidt"
    "address": "45024 France",
    "price": 760.41,
    "isActive": "Yes",
    "product": {
      "description": "Fried Potatoes",
      "options": [
          "description": "Fried Potatoes",
          "image": "//"
          "description": "Fried Onions",
          "image": "//"
  //more items go here

Directives and attributes specification

Main directive for creating table is <hot-table>. For defining column options you can use settings object with columns property. If you want to describe column behavior in declarative way you can add <hot-column> directive as a children of <hot-table> element and add all neccessary attributes to describe column options.

All Handsontable options listed here should be supported. Options in camelCase mode should be passed to the directive in hyphenate mode e.q autoWrapCol: true -> <hot-table auto-wrap-col>.

It's recommended to put all your settings in one big object (settings="ctrl.settings"). Settings attribute unlike any other attributes is not watched so using this can be helpful to achieve higher performance.


The MIT License (see the LICENSE file for the full text)

Related Repositories



A scalable and highly flexible HTML5/JS platform to build and run in-browser app ...

Top Contributors

warpech budnix kubak10 deenairn jansiegel seanthebean compwright


-   v0.3.17 zip tar
-   v0.3.16 zip tar
-   v0.3.15 zip tar
-   v0.3.14 zip tar
-   v0.3.13 zip tar
-   v0.3.12 zip tar
-   v0.3.11 zip tar
-   v0.3.10 zip tar
-   v0.3.9 zip tar
-   v0.3.6 zip tar
-   v0.3.5 zip tar
-   v0.3.4 zip tar
-   0.13.0 zip tar
-   0.12.0 zip tar
-   0.11.1 zip tar
-   0.11.0 zip tar
-   0.10.0 zip tar
-   0.9.0 zip tar
-   0.8.0 zip tar
-   0.7.0 zip tar
-   0.7.0-beta3 zip tar
-   0.7.0-beta2 zip tar
-   0.7.0-beta1 zip tar
-   0.6.0 zip tar
-   0.5.2 zip tar
-   0.5.1 zip tar
-   0.5.0 zip tar
-   0.4.0 zip tar