- The loop creates a flattened data structure just right for jsGrid
- The data is passed to the jsGrid
- The column headers are sized appropriately
The end result is rather nice, smooth scrolling (not in the Debugger, only in Ctrl+F5 debugging in a modern browser).
Now that’s what I call a list! Using the jsGrid library gives me (and the reader) the added bonus of scrolling or jumping using the paging links at the bottom of the list. Cool!