Simple concept, big impact
Clusterize.js requires that only a piece of a table is displayed within a scrollable container. Instead of all lines, you’ll only see a few lines. The container has a scrollbar, which allows you to move through the entire table. However, Clusterize.js makes sure that not the entire table is loaded. Instead, only the visible part of the table will be created in the DOM structure. As soon as someone scrolls within the table container, new table data is loaded. To make the scrollbar work, a certain height is added to the invisible areas. This allows you to scroll through the chart just like usual.
Loading tables via Clusterize.js
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This example shows, how a chart needs to be labelled to make it useable for Clusterize.js. Two „