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Posted via web from Phillip Duncan’s posterous

Just came across Matt Kruse’s Javascript Table Sorting library, and it’s quite impressive. This will hopefully solve or help a few problems we’ve been having here at work.

The nice thing about this library compared to the ones that do similar functions using jQuery or Prototype, is this one does multiple functions (including paging tabular data). So, check out the examples and be impressed. Then download and try it yourself.