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php-export-data

-- by Eli Dickinson

Improved version by Nursit https://github.com/nursit/php-export-data

Released under the permissive MIT License: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

A simple library for exporting tabular data to Excel-friendly XML, CSV, or TSV. It supports streaming exported data to a file or directly to the browser as a download so it is suitable for exporting large datasets (you won't run out of memory).

Excel XML code is based on Excel_XML by Oliver Schwarz (http://github.com/oliverschwarz/php-excel)

Composer Install

composer require diego3/php-export-data

How to use it

// When executed in a browser, this script will prompt for download 
// of 'test.xls' which can then be opened by Excel or OpenOffice.

use Export\ExportDataExcel;

// 'browser' tells the library to stream the data directly to the browser.
// other options are 'file' or 'string'
// 'test.xls' is the filename that the browser will use when attempting to 
// save the download
$exporter = new ExportDataExcel('browser', 'test.xls');

$exporter->initialize(); // starts streaming data to web browser

// pass addRow() an array and it converts it to Excel XML format and sends 
// it to the browser
$exporter->addRow(array("This", "is", "a", "test")); 
$exporter->addRow(array(1, 2, 3, "123-456-7890"));

// doesn't care how many columns you give it
$exporter->addRow(array("foo")); 

$exporter->finalize(); // writes the footer, flushes remaining data to browser.
exit(); // all done

See the test/ directory for more examples.

Some other options for creating Excel files from PHP are listed here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3930975/alternative-for-php-excel/3931142#3931142