Once NovaSheets is successfully installed, see the docs for usage.
For command-line usage, install NovaSheets on npm globally via the command line using
npm install -g novasheets, and then get started using
For use in Node.js, install the NovaSheets npm package locally via the command line using
npm install novasheets.
See the Versions page to choose a version to download. Once you have done this, you can download one of the files given and add them to your project, or embed NovaSheets into your project directly using the code provided.
The latest version is 1.0.6 and can be imported using the code below:
While the minified version above is recommended for general use, you can also choose to use the more verbose regular version, which includes comments and indentation:
Additionally, you can choose to use a wildcard version, where you will always receive the latest patch:
<script src="https://novasheets.js.org/src/1.x"></script> <script src="https://novasheets.js.org/src/1.x/min"></script>
You can choose to always import the latest stable version of NovaSheets (1.0.6) using the code below, but be warned it may contain breaking changes in an update:
<script src="https://novasheets.js.org/src/stable"></script> <script src="https://novasheets.js.org/src/stable/min"></script>
NovaSheets is supported in all major browsers, including Chrome, Edge (Chromium), Firefox, Opera, and Safari. NovaSheets does not work in older browsers such as Internet Explorer as it is written using features from ECMAScript versions up to ES2018.