The RGraph Google Sheets connectors have been upgradedWritten by Richard Heyes, on 13th May 2019
Previously the Google Sheets connector supported fetching rows, columns and
cells by using the
This method has now been updated to also support the fetching of a matrix of cells.
So whereas previously you could fetch individual rows, columns and cells - you can now fetch multiple rows of information in a single operation. For example:
var matrix = sheet.get('A2:E13');
You can see this in action by viewing the example chart on the Google Sheets documentation page.
Also, recently new is
the PHP version of the Google Sheets connector.
there are versions available for the
svg libraries - and now one
You may ask why a
php version is relevant - there are a couple
of reasons that come to mind immediately:
You don't want to embed the
idof your Google Sheet into the page.
Maybe you don't want to share this information - despite the spreadsheet not being publicly available.
You need to incorporate the data into your back-end code.
Perhaps you need to use the data from your spreadsheet in your
phpor other server-based code.
If you don't use
php then it shouldn't be too difficult for you to take this
convert it into whatever language that you do use -
php isn't exactly difficult to
read and understand!
So now that's three libraries for Google Sheets - two of which are essentially
the same and another for when you're looking to access your spreadsheet from
If you don't already use Google Sheets then it's well worth a look. It's essentially a web-based Excel.
It doesn't have all of the features of Excel but if your usage isn't too intense then it could save you a lot of money (since Google Sheets is basically free).
php version of the tool is available immediately -
and you can download the source code here.
version of RGraph when it's released (version 5.01).