Updating nested table
And in the process we encountered an issue with max call stack exceed. variable from a single array to an array of arrays to get nested headers. In our current behavior (source: we move only data inside the table while headers are stable.here is the example: How to repro* move any columns anywhere (even multiple times)* reinit the table (we saved the headers and the position so next time when the table will reinit it will maintain the same look and feel)* move any column anywhere (it stops and breaks) And in the console log we get max stack exceeded. Presented feature will be definitely something great, without any doubts, however, will present structure it will be hard to even create a working workaround.Look out for a blog post about the road to Rethink DB 2.0 in the next few days.
Now that the 1.8 release is out, the team is focused entirely on getting Rethink DB to a production-ready version.It’s been a long time coming, but we’re pretty proud of what we’ve put together.You can insert native time objects in whatever language you’re using: You can then ask timezone-aware questions about them, like “what hour did this occur in the event’s time zone?The problem we found is the way the plugin works, with predefined arranged columns manual movement.
If the plugin has a predefined sorted columns order when initializing, on each update Settings it tries to move the columns by the initial order even tho we move the columns in a different order. But now we have a different issue, in the provided example above, the before Init is never called. You can use scalar components wherever you can use scalar variables.