… to a specific row Dev: Documentation for scroller options and API methods. Note that some methods have been left undocumented as I'm not sure of their value in the public interface - I've not come across a usecase for them yet and the 1.10 Scroller methods are only now being documented, so they may be dropped in a future release. Likewise `scroller().measure()` is now `scroller.measure()` similar to other methods in Responsive etc for consistency.
Update: DataTables 1.10+ is now required New: Scroller can be constructed using a DataTables API instance
Dev: Updated for the new build system Dev: Moving on to v1.3.0-dev
…lly isn't required for the demo data, but it is good practice
…the DataTables initialisation to activate Scroller on a table, rather than requiring the `dt-init dom` parameter to include an `S`. The old style is still supported, but will no longer be documented. This is achieved by listening for the `preInit` event from DataTables (1.10.8+). New: The Scroller stylesheet will hide the pagination control, so the `dt-init dom` option need not be specified at all to use Scroller
Update: Name of readme file for consistency with other DataTables extensions
… order to make this example work the changes required have all been made in the FixedColumns code.
…()` had finished animating which caused a premature redraw. * This fixes #30
* This fixes #27
with a small delay
There were a number of issues here: * When virtual scrolling, the 'floatTop' parameter wasn't available for the table position calculation, which results in the table being incorrectly positioned. The extra variable needs to be stored in state as well. * When server-side processing, DataTables' draw callback for the first draw is the one we want to operate on, unlike Ajax sourced client-side data where it is the second draw (this should probably be corrected in DataTables). * To stop layout trashing we need to ignore the scrolling events during initialisation when state saving is enabled.
…er init * Issue was that the table to measure was being attached to the DT init holding element, regardless of if the table init was complete or not