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    Default Preview plugin

    The preview plugin isn't in the api, but it is in Paging grid example. The same applies to the Row Expander plugin, it's in the Plugins grid examples.

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    checkout under the ux folder in the examples.

    Once you uncompress the downloaded zip file, go to examples/ux/ In there you will find PreviewPlugin.js and RowExpander.js
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    And why they aren't in the API???
    Why are they in the ux part???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny144 View Post
    And why they aren't in the API???
    Why are they in the ux part???
    Because they are not part of the framework.
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    Why???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny144 View Post
    Why???
    In every release we have done we have put many ux things in the ux folder. It arguable to put them in and arguable to keep them separate. There is a balance between keeping the framework as small as we can, not everyone needs all these ux stuff.
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