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    Default editable grid

    editable grid


    I noticed there is no editable grid example. Is it possible to create an editable grid in the preview release?

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    No, it's not ready for public consumption yet.

    In Ext 4, editing has become a plugin to Grids and Trees. This means that you don't have to use a separate subclass to get editing functionality.
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    Default Reordering should be built in too

    Reordering should be built in too


    It would be great if reordering (drag and drop) of a grid was also built in functionality.

    If you want to go even further it would be great to have reordering within Grouped Grids.

    I've had to build this functionality myself (along with heavy restyling) and it would be fantastic if this was available out of the box.

    Are there any plans for this type of functionality in Ext4?

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