Tag: spreadsheetlight

Jan

SpreadsheetLight version 3

Version 3 of my spreadsheet library is now available. There’s a whole bunch of updates, including Excel 2010 conditional formatting such as data bars with negative value fill colours and icon sets with no icons. SpreadsheetLight is possibly the most developer-friendly spreadsheet library ever. Even if I do say so myself. 🙂

Sep

SpreadsheetLight version 2

My spreadsheet software library is now version 2! Major updates include speed and memory optimisations, as well as a ton of chart support. If you need a spreadsheet library, consider SpreadsheetLight. It can generate 54 million cells in 6+ minutes and taking only about 3.1 GB of RAM at any one time. Your web server, […]

Jun

SpreadsheetLight now freely downloadable

Wow, I just mentioned I relaunched SpreadsheetLight, and now it’s free? Truth be told, it was a hard decision. I spent a lot of time and effort on SpreadsheetLight. There’s an ECMA documentation PDF that’s over 5000 pages long involved. There’s cross-referencing with the Open XML SDK documentation. There’s experimentation with the actual Excel software […]

Jun

SpreadsheetLight Relaunch

Just a quick note to let you know I’ve moved my spreadsheet software library, SpreadsheetLight, to its own website. Check it out. Since the first launch in January, I’ve added support for tables, conditional formatting, basic charts and lots of small additional functions to make a spreadsheet programmer’s life easier. To do this, I read […]

Mar

Tax season and SpreadsheetLight deal

It’s currently tax season. Making financial and tax reports can be taxing (haha!). I know, because I’ve spent years writing software that creates Excel reports for sales, revenue, debt and other financial reports. So from now till the end 15th of April 2012, I’m offering my spreadsheet software library at the unbelievably low cost of […]