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AG Grid lets developers create advanced data grids and tables from large amounts of data. Learn AG Grid with online courses delivered through edX.

What is AG Grid?

Built by a software developer for software developers, AG Grid is a feature-rich, highly customizable, framework-agnostic JavaScript data grid. By definition, a data grid is a data management system composed of multiple servers that manage information and operations in a distributed environment.Footnote 1 Data grids help collaborators access, organize, and coordinate large amounts of data to improve efficiency and eliminate project bottlenecks, which is key to an optimized programming process. 

Many developers prefer AG Grid, in particular, because it supports multiple frameworks and offers features that other data grids don’t.Footnote 2 AG Grid also has many customizable components and easily integrates with frameworks like Angular, Vue, JavaScript, and React. Many public-facing sites and applications with statistics, data, or organized information use AG Grid to display and update their figures.

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Since AG Grid works across multiple types of frameworks, some AG Grid courses are framework-specific. For example, an AG Grid React course may differ from a Vue Data Grid or Angular Data Grid course since each of the three frameworks operates a little differently. 

Regardless of your chosen framework, an AG Grid course can teach you how to:

  • Use AG Grid across multiple frameworks including Angular, Vue, JavaScript, and React

  • Display and render data

  • Customize columns and rows

  • Edit, sort, and style data in columns and rows

  • Use AG Grid for AG Grid documentation, storing, aggregation, and more

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Explore jobs that use AG Grid

AG Grid skills can prove beneficial in a variety of tech roles. The following professionals may apply knowledge of AG Grid in their roles:

  • Front-end developer: These professionals develop, program, and maintain the user side of websites or applications. They have great knowledge of programming languages, software, frameworks, and testing or debugging procedures.

  • User interface (UI) developer: These professionals design and implement seamless appearances for a front-facing website or application, regularly producing code that creates a smooth user experience.

  • UX (user experience) developer: These professionals design and implement the organizational structure of a website or mobile application. Knowledge of coding, wireframes, and information architecture is essential to their day-to-day work.

  • JavaScript developer: These professionals design, test, and develop applications, websites, or software written in the JavaScript programming language. Often collaborating with front-end and back-end developers, they analyze code to enhance functionality, identify risks, and make modifications as needed. 

How to become a JavaScript developer who uses AG Grid 

The road to becoming a JavaScript developer looks different for everyone and job requirements are unique to each role and employer.

To successfully develop and maintain websites and applications, a JavaScript developer must first be well-versed in JavaScript and its multiple frameworks. On any given day, JavaScript developers may be tasked with writing new code, analyzing existing code, or coordinating with other front-end or back-end developers to design applications. 

Landing a role as a JavaScript developer requires hard work. To gain the required skills and experience, you might consider earning a bachelor's degree in computer or data science or enrolling in a coding boot camp. However, it’s important to research the roles you hope to apply for and align your learning pathway with your professional aspirations. Start your learning journey today with edX.

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