Download ag-Grid

If your project does not use package manager and you don't want to refer ag-Grid from CDN, you can download the ag-Grid's source files and keep them in your project structure. Disclaimer: This makes upgrading more complex and prone to errors. We recommend using ag-Grid from an NPM package or from CDN.

Download ag-Grid bundle

You can download ag-Grid from the ag-grid/ag-Grid GitHub repository. There are four bundle files in the distribution:

  • dist/ag-grid-community.js — standard bundle containing JavaScript and CSS
  • dist/ag-grid-community.min.js — minified bundle containing JavaScript and CSS
  • dist/ag-grid-community.noStyle.js — standard bundle containing JavaScript without CSS
  • dist/ag-grid-community.min.noStyle.js — minified bundle containing JavaScript without CSS

Should you decide to use the noStyle versions of the bundle (recommended), the stylesheet files are present in the dist/styles directory.

Download ag-Grid Enterprise bundle

You can download ag-Grid Enterprise from the ag-grid/ag-Grid-enterprise GitHub repository releases page. The bundle includes

  • dist/ag-grid-enterprise.js — standard bundle containing JavaScript and CSS
  • dist/ag-grid-enterprise.min.js — minified bundle containing JavaScript and CSS
  • dist/ag-grid-enterprise.noStyle.js — standard bundle containing JavaScript without CSS
  • dist/ag-grid-enterprise.min.noStyle.js — minified bundle containing JavaScript without CSS

Should you decide to use the noStyle versions of the bundle (recommended), you should use the style files from the ag-Grid bundle.

After downloading the bundles, you can refer to the files in the same way as you would from CDN. Refer the getting started section for step-by-step guide on that.