Backbone View to render collections as tables. Currently it is targeted at bootstrap users, in the future it will be more css agnostic.
Subclass TableView and add column definitions. Optionaly you can add a title, a search bar, pagination, and any number of filters (see supported filters below):
class UserTableView extends Backbone.TableView title: "My Users Table" columns: name: header: "My Name" type: header: "Type" last_login: header: "Last Login Time" draw: (model) -> new Date(model.get "time") pagination: true search: query: "name" detail: "Search by Name" filters: from: type: "input" className: "date" init: new Date() get: (val) -> ... process the date val ... my_button: type: "button" status: type: "option" options: ["all", "valid", "invalid"]
Use it as any other Backbone View, either setting the "el" property at creation, or letting backbone create if for you, eg (Users is a regular backbone collection):
user_table = new UserTableView collection: new Users() $("#somewhere").html user_table.render().el
Apache Public License (APL) 2.0
Juan Pablo Bottaro - https://github.com/jpbottaro
This was initialy inspired by the project https://github.com/jsvine/Backbone.Table