DataTables bundle for Symfony
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Symfony DataTables Bundle

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This bundle provides convenient integration of the popular DataTables jQuery library for realtime Ajax tables in your Symfony 3.3+ or 4.0+ application.

Unlike other bundles providing similar functionality we decoupled the implementation of the DataTables logic completely from the source of the data. Therefore it is possible to implement your own custom adapters for every possible data source. Doctrine ORM and Elastica come bundled already, we intend to provide popular choices like FOSElasticaBundle, Doctrine DBAL and MongoDB out of the box as well.


Visit the documentation with extensive code samples.


Unless you are highly confident your issue stems from a shortcoming of this bundle and needs the original developers to look at it, please ask all questions on Stack Overflow. We simply don't have a lot of time to spare, so your questions will be answered faster and better over there.


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This software was developed for internal use at Omines Full Service Internetbureau in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. It is shared with the general public under the permissive MIT license, without any guarantee of fitness for any particular purpose. Refer to the included LICENSE file for more details.