Data Grids are used to display text, images, numbers, other data, and... DOOM? With the open-source Glide Data Grid, you can actually play the classic game, pixel-by-pixel. Follow the link and click the word Grid in the title to start your game.
The Glide Data Grid is a canvas-based React data grid that can handle scrolling 100 million rows without dropping frames. The grid’s high performance (at 100-1,000x more than most other grids) is what allows it to do impressive tasks like run a fully-playable version of Doom. This data grid is what powers Glide's Data Editor, so this conversation will give you a little glimpse into Glide’s inner workings.
It’s also open-source, so it gets continual improvements from developers outside of Glide as well as Glide’s own team. Anyone can use it, and a lot of technically savvy organizations do, including Snowflake, Adobe’s project management, and even some of Glide’s no code competitors.