The package pivottable is available in the framework by using the following component:

languages = [
  {"name": 'C', 'type': 'code', 'rating': 17.07, 'change': 12.82},
  {"name": 'Java', 'type': 'code', 'rating': 16.28, 'change': 0.28},

tb = page.ui.tables.pivot(languages, ['name'], ['type'])

The above will display a pivot table. More details available on the website: https://github.com/nicolaskruchten/pivottable/wiki


It is possible to use aggregator and renderers directly in the fframework. The below will use the sum aggregator on the column rating:

tb = page.ui.tables.pivot(languages, ['name'], ['type'])

More bespoke ones are also available:

tb.aggregators.diffAbsolute('change', 'rating')

And it is possible to create custom ones:

tb.aggregators.quick("change", "Abs Change", "+= Math.abs(col1)")

Different renders are available in the property page.ui.tables.pivots.

And all pivottables options are available tb.options. A detailled documentation is available for each property:

def exclusions(self):
  Object whose keys are attribute names and values are arrays of attribute values which denote records to exclude
  from rendering; used to prepopulate the filter menus that appear on double-click.

  Related Pages:

  return self._config_get({})


This component will have some predefined CSS class in order to change the nav bar and the button but it is possible as any other component to change the style by using the style.css property.