Written entirely in the Java programming language, ExtenXLS creates new spreadsheet files from scratch as well as from existing spreadsheet files templates. ExtenXLS has the ability to utilize data from any source and output it in Excel-compatible XLS, XML, and HTML formats.
Common uses range from a Java Servlet that produces financial analysis reports to Java beans embedded in JavaServer Pages for use in executing formula calculations. The ExtenXLS API can be used as a desktop spreadsheet component or embedded in a server application. With the ability to reuse existing spreadsheets, ExtenXLS can update template XLS files with fresh data from databases and output to custom reports. It has an Excel compatibility, template input files can range from a variety of complex legacy spreadsheets such as: surveys, checklists, what-if scenarios, and historical portfolio data.
ExtenXLS contains methods that can create new WorkBooks from scratch, allowing for the insertion of new cells containing text, and numeric data. The product allows for customization of output with hundreds of fonts, colors, patterns, borders, formulas, named ranges, and built-in formats such as: currency, date, financial and numeric formatting patterns.
Other potential uses include: user interfaces built with the included Java Swing spreadsheet components, and transformations of spreadsheets into HTML, and XML.
Java Spreadsheet SDK offers scalable vector graphics charting.(Extentech Launches ExtenXLS 10.1 Now with Scalable Vector Graphics Charting)
Sep 07, 2011; Providing toolkit for reading, writing, and generating Excel spreadsheets, ExtenXLS 10.1 offers web-browser compatible SVG...
Spreadsheet Software offers full-featured online capabilities.(Extentech Launches Sheetster Server PRO 4.0, Featuring Ability to Load and Store Spreadsheets Anywhere)
Aug 04, 2011; Offering open source alternative to Google Spreadsheets and Office 365, Sheetster Server PRO 4.0 is built on ExtenXLS Java...