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    I am taken by some of the capability of the jqxKanban widget. In particular I like the vertical expander which would suit my needs (unless I am mistaken the ordinary expander widget is only horizontal), the ease of drag/drop between the columns (and other Kanban widgets). However, the thing I really like and NEED, is the ability to exchange rows by drag/drop. What I am really looking for is that kanban functionality for grids. I dabbled with the Kanban widget to see if I could adapt it to my needs, but found the “cards” seem to be rather rigidly formulated without much flexibility to include extra information or reduce them to a more “row-like” format. I may be missing something.

    I realise that drag/drop between grids can be set up (I have already done it), but my understanding is that row re-ordering is not possible – presumably it does not work to have the source and drop target the same??

    Can you suggest an approach that would give the functionality I am looking for, based on either Grid, Kanban, or indeed any other widget.

    I am using JQuery.


    Widget suggestion #132207


    Hi NormB,

    We have more feature-rich Grid and Kanban options available in our new https://www.htmlelements.com/ product line. These however are available for native javascript, not jquery. In our Smart.Grid row reordering is a built-in feature. In addition, the Kanban component has tasks reorder and the columns may have sub columns. Swimlanes are also built-in feature i.e our new Kanban can be used for creating quite complex Kanban boards. I would suggest you to take a look at it. For example: https://www.htmlelements.com/demos/kanban/hierarchical-columns/ shows 1 kanban board with columns hierarchy.

    Best regards,
    Peter Stoev

    jQWidgets Team

    Widget suggestion #132211


    Hi Peter,

    Thank you for your reply. I very much appreciate what you make available for no cost for people like me. I am just a home coder writing an app for my personal use at home. Unfortunately I cannot afford to buy a professional product, so I shall have to find myself an alternative approach.

    Thanks again.

    Norman B

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