We’re working on a program of developers who will be able to work with you to build the app you need. Please email us for more information.
Unfortunately Excel for Mac doesn’t have the same underlying integration points as Excel for Windows, so at this time Gridarrow will not work here. As and when Microsoft offer the enhanced integration on Excel for Mac, we will certainly look into supporting it.
Not at this stage, although we will look into that in future
Well that’s up to you of course! But if you’d like some inspiration there are some good lists of publicly available API’s on the Internet. GitHub has a couple of such lists, as do apilist.fun, RapidAPI and the Mashape marketplace.
Array formulas are returned by the GRID function for data-integrity and performance reasons. Since a subset of an array formula cannot be edited there is no way for the grid of data to become out of sync with that provided by the app. In addition, Gridarrow can handle large grids of data, but it would not be possible to load this into the Excel sheet unless we use array formulas.
The change event doesn’t get triggered by new data in an RTD server.
We recommend using the
event and testing if data has changed