NRS 6050 Comparison Grids Discussion

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NRS 6050 Comparison Grids Discussion

NRS 6050 Comparison Grids Discussion

 

 

Regardless
of political affiliation, every citizen has a stake in healthcare policy
decisions. Hence, it is little wonder why healthcare items become such
high-profile components of presidential agendas. It is also little wonder why
they become such hotly debated agenda items.

In Part 1
of this module’s Assignment, you were asked to begin work on an Agenda
Comparison Grid to compare the impact of the current/sitting U.S. president and
the two previous presidents’ agendas on the healthcare item you selected for
study. In this Discussion, you will share your first draft with your colleagues
to receive feedback to be applied to your final version.

To Prepare:

Review the
Resources and reflect on the importance of agenda setting.

Consider
how federal agendas promote healthcare issues and how these healthcare issues
become agenda priorities.

Review Part
1 of the Module 1 Assignment and complete the requirements for this Discussion.

Many things have changed in the webapp world since we last did a grid comparison, way back in 2017.

Chrome is increasing its domination in the market of browsers. Edge ditched its own web engine and is essentially a Microsoft clone of Chrome now. Firefox is in decline, has less than 10% of the market and Mozilla recently had to let go 70 of its employees as its revenue keeps falling. Meanwhile, more companies than ever are working on, or considering creating modern web applications that will replace their legacy desktop products and embrace a ubiquitous model for desktop and mobile platforms. The combination of converging technology and increasing development of web applications makes it an exciting time – and make technology choices more important than ever.

In our last evaluation, we already established that web interfaces can be as flexible, feature-rich, and robust as their desktop analogues. The centerpiece of any modern data-intensive web application is a grid, so now it’s time to review the most popular web grids on the market and see which one is the best pick for 2020!

Contestants

Let me introduce the contestants – these are all powerful, well established grid engines that are widely used to build modern snappy web applications.

  • ag-Grid 22.1.1: “The Best JavaScript Grid in the World” is an extremely feature rich, good looking and well documented grid that claims to be even better than before. We found that it has definitely improved since the last time we tested it.

ag-Grid tableag-Grid 22.1.1

Sencha Ext JS tableSencha Ext JS 7.0.0

  • Kendo UI Grid 2019.3.1023: Allows you to “quickly build eye-catching, high-performance, responsive web applications”. We’re about to find out if, in fact, it ken do it.

Kendo UI tableKendo UI Grid 2019.3.1023

  • w2ui 1.5: A nice contrast to big JavaScript frameworks, this grid can do most of what other grids offer, but is tiny and lightweight. In fact, it is 9 times smaller than Ext JS and 7 times smaller than Kendo UI.

w2ui tablew2ui 1.5

  • FancyGrid 1.7.87: A very good looking grid with a large list of features. Perhaps by pure coincidence they never mention performance of the grid. Unfortunately, it was way too slow in our tests, so we excluded it from the final results. Without pagination, FancyGrid can only handle ~10K records without having significant performance issues, and that’s well below our testing threshold.

FancyGrid tableFancyGrid 1.7.87

  • Webix DataTable 4.3.0: part of Webix framework, DataTable component provides a highly efficient grid that delivers blazing fast performance. We included Webix here because it was the best grid in our previous comparison.

Webix tableWebix DataTable 4.3.0

We excluded SlickGrid and HyperGrid from this comparison. SlickGrid, one of the best grids from the previous test, despite all of its benefits, is currently in life-support mode, with only a moderately active fork of the original product being available. HyperGrid, a product that we expected to become mainstream by now is still a niche offering that never gained considerable traction in the web development community. Perhaps there’s a future for Canvas-based grids, though at the present moment they are losing the battle – some of the HTML5 grids are getting very close in terms of performance, and also have the benefit of better customization due to the DOM access. Having said that, HyperGrid’s recent experiments in combining the grid engine with a web-assembly based data engine can result in a significant increase in performance and create a new class of ultra fast web applications. We’re still paying attention to Hypergrid.

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