Since then there have been a few updates to the library but it was not until 2017 when Sheetsee got it's next major upgrade.
In Spring of 2017 Sheetsee was cleaned up and downsized. Charting support and some dependencies were removed to make maintenance and overall size better.
Sheetsee comes into play after you use Tabletop.js, a library that handles the messy interactions with the Google Spreadsheets API for you and returns a lovely array of your data. At the end of the day, however, Sheetsee just wants an array of JSON data, if you have some on hand already, you can use Sheetsee too :)
Hacked on Openly
- Sheetsee.js is open source software with a BSD license.
- Sheetsee.js is a labor of love by jlord (Twitter)
Contact & Contribute
Issues with this website can be opened on the sheetsee.js repository. Otherwise, if your issue falls specifically with one of the modules, you can file it on its particular repo:
Thanks to Code for America for providing the platform for me build the first version of sheetsee.js for Macon, Georgia.
Thanks to all the authors and contributors to Tabletop.js, Leaflet.js and Mustache.js. Thanks to Google and the Internet for existing and to all those who've written tutorials or asked or answered a question on StackOverflow.
Thanks to Mom and Dad for getting a computer in 1996 and the mIRC scripts I started writing that I suppose would eventually lead me here.