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Ed, it sounds like what you're suggesting is what Chris was complaining
But that brings me further along my train of thought, the dreaded UI/UX.
Who are the people who would be looking at the table, what type of table or
data, why would they be looking at it on a phone, what do they want to get
with or do with the data, and more of that type of question.
On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 4:36 PM, Ed <glassnet -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I don't know anything about html5 (yet), but the solution is probably not a
> one-step fix.
> But one solution would work like this, which I first encountered in Excel.
> You invoke a form, and it presents just one row of your data, arranged as a
> 'card'. They you can go forward or back through other rows, one at a time.
> So, first presentation is the table, then a button quickly presents the
> data form.
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