I was wondering if there were any full (but small) examples of populating an Excel workbook from the server and displaying it. There seems to be piece-meal examples, but I couldn't find a step-by-step example.
At the time of writing this, there does not currently exist anything to actually display the Workbook in an Angular application. This would be dependent on our Spreadsheet control, which is planned for a future release.
That said, you can read about populating, loading, and saving Workbooks and Worksheets in our Angular product at our Excel Library documentation, here. Note, the saving and loading for Workbooks is done using an ExcelUtility class, which is linked in the documentation, but in case you cannot find it here is a link to it on GitHub.
Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns on this matter.
Excellent answer by Jerry. As I was searching the answer for the same question. It was helpful. Thank you!
I guess one could get around it by loading a grid , exporting to Excel using the Excel export service, then load that file into a Workbook :)