A couple of days ago, I started implementing a rather interesting piece of code. It was late into the night, and I was not feeling like doing my regular work and neither was I sleepy. At that time, I was reminded of another project where we needed to provide users the ability to browse and upload files while entering content through the WYSIWYG editor we would provide them.
My recent blog post on Creating Paged and Sorted tables in Drupal 7 got a comment today asking if it was possible to implement Paging and Sorting in Drupal tables via Ajax, instead of regular Page refreshes that Drupal does by default.
My earlier blog post on creating Drupal 6 tables (I mean html tables and not database tables) complete with paging, sorting, sticky headers and other Drupal table features attracts a decent number of visitors (Analytics tell me). So, I thought of publishing another post with the same theme but this time for Drupal 7, as there are significant changes on how you would create Html tables with Drupal 7 with all the features.