React table reload data

React table reload data DEFAULT

Table

Basic Usage

Simple table with actions.

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JSX style API

Using JSX style API (introduced in 2.5.0)

Since this is just a syntax sugar for the prop , you can't compose and with other Components.

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selection

Rows can be selectable by making first column as a selectable column. You can use to set selection type. Default is .

selection happens when clicking checkbox by default. You can see https://codesandbox.io/s/000vqw38rl if you need row-click selection behavior.

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NameAgeAddress
Edward King 032London, Park Lane no. 0
Edward King 132London, Park Lane no. 1
Edward King 232London, Park Lane no. 2
Edward King 332London, Park Lane no. 3
Edward King 432London, Park Lane no. 4
Edward King 532London, Park Lane no. 5
Edward King 632London, Park Lane no. 6
Edward King 732London, Park Lane no. 7
Edward King 832London, Park Lane no. 8
Edward King 932London, Park Lane no. 9

Selection and operation

To perform operations and clear selections after selecting some rows, use to control selected rows.

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NameAgeAddress
Edward King 032London, Park Lane no. 0
Edward King 132London, Park Lane no. 1
Edward King 232London, Park Lane no. 2
Edward King 332London, Park Lane no. 3
Edward King 432London, Park Lane no. 4
Edward King 532London, Park Lane no. 5
Edward King 632London, Park Lane no. 6
Edward King 732London, Park Lane no. 7
Edward King 832London, Park Lane no. 8
Edward King 932London, Park Lane no. 9

Custom selection

Use custom selections, default no select dropdown, show default selections via setting to .

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Age

Address

Jim Green42London No. 1 Lake Park
John Brown32New York No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black32Sidney No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Red32London No. 2 Lake Park

Filter and sorter

Use to generate filter menu in columns, to determine filtered result, and to indicate whether it's multiple or single selection.

Uses to make a column filtered by default.

Use to make a column sortable. can be a function of the type for sorting data locally.

defines available sort methods for each columns, effective for all columns when set on table props. You can set as to prevent sorter back to default status.

Uses to make a column sorted by default.

If a or is specified with the value or , you can access this value from within the function passed to the as explained above. Such a function can take the form: .

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Name

Age

Address

John Brown32New York No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Green42London No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black32Sidney No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Red32London No. 2 Lake Park

Filter in Tree

You can use to change default filter interface, options: (default) and .

is used for making filter dropdown items searchable.

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tannerlinsley / react-table Public

@gary-menzel, earlier in this thread you responded with this:

"React refreshes based on properties on the component changing.
If you are using onFetchData you have to use this.setState to set a state variable with the data and then use that as the data prop for ReactTable. This is how 99% of React components work."

In my case I'm using redux for my data so I'm using this.props. vs this.state. In my testing it seems to make no difference which I use, but I'm having an issue where the state in ReactTable component is not updated...

I'm using redux to store multiple "views" of logging data, each view also stores the filtered object from table state based on what filters, if any are selected when that view is selected. If there are no filters set, filtered = []. When I render ReactTable, I pass this.props.filtered (from redux mapStatetoProps) in via filtered and defaultFiltered props so the table renders with the filters for that view.

The problem I'm having is that if I have a view that DOES have filters (table state.filtered NOT empty), then I create a new view that has filtered = [], the next render still shows the filters of the last view, which I consider "stale". The new data is displayed as expected, it's just the filters from the last view displayed.

Any thoughts on why that is, and how I can assure the new view/filtered object are reflected in the next render?

Thanks in advance,

Paul

Sours: https://github.com/tannerlinsley/react-table/issues/955
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I'm trying to use component react-table in my ReactJS project. I'm using external data source (server processing) and it's working. To get data, i'm using prop called , which call's my function called . This is working fine. But what I need now is to force refresh os this data. Let me explain: data from my table is coming from state property called 'data'. Whe I change anything in react-table, react-table itself call function declared in 'onFetchData' and send his (table) internal state as parameter. This state has filters and sorting props.....this is fine.
When my '' execute, it call's my external script and get data, save this data to state and refresh my table. All this is working fine!
But now I have 3 external filters in my screen (not in react-table!) and when I change these filter, I would like to call '' again to force refresh os data......but I can't because I don't have current table 'state' (which contains current table filters and ordering).
I can call my '' when I change any filter on my screen, but I lose any filter set in mu react-table.













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I'm trying to use component react-table in my ReactJS project. I'm using external data source (server processing) and it's working. To get data, i'm using prop called , which call's my function called . This is working fine. But what I need now is to force refresh os this data. Let me explain: data from my table is coming from state property called 'data'. Whe I change anything in react-table, react-table itself call function declared in 'onFetchData' and send his (table) internal state as parameter. This state has filters and sorting props.....this is fine.
When my '' execute, it call's my external script and get data, save this data to state and refresh my table. All this is working fine!
But now I have 3 external filters in my screen (not in react-table!) and when I change these filter, I would like to call '' again to force refresh os data......but I can't because I don't have current table 'state' (which contains current table filters and ordering).
I can call my '' when I change any filter on my screen, but I lose any filter set in mu react-table.













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I'm trying to use component react-table in my ReactJS project. I'm using external data source (server processing) and it's working. To get data, i'm using prop called , which call's my function called . This is working fine. But what I need now is to force refresh os this data. Let me explain: data from my table is coming from state property called 'data'. Whe I change anything in react-table, react-table itself call function declared in 'onFetchData' and send his (table) internal state as parameter. This state has filters and sorting props.....this is fine.
When my '' execute, it call's my external script and get data, save this data to state and refresh my table. All this is working fine!
But now I have 3 external filters in my screen (not in react-table!) and when I change these filter, I would like to call '' again to force refresh os data......but I can't because I don't have current table 'state' (which contains current table filters and ordering).
I can call my '' when I change any filter on my screen, but I lose any filter set in mu react-table.













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Jonis Maurin CearaJonis Maurin Ceara


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I'm trying to use component react-table in my ReactJS project. I'm using external data source (server processing) and it's working. To get data, i'm using prop called , which call's my function called . This is working fine. But what I need now is to force refresh os this data. Let me explain: data from my table is coming from state property called 'data'. Whe I change anything in react-table, react-table itself call function declared in 'onFetchData' and send his (table) internal state as parameter. This state has filters and sorting props.....this is fine.
When my '' execute, it call's my external script and get data, save this data to state and refresh my table. All this is working fine!
But now I have 3 external filters in my screen (not in react-table!) and when I change these filter, I would like to call '' again to force refresh os data......but I can't because I don't have current table 'state' (which contains current table filters and ordering).
I can call my '' when I change any filter on my screen, but I lose any filter set in mu react-table.







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React-Table-Responsive

Mobile friendly react table component based on react-table using its useFlexLayout hook.

Demo

The package can be installed via npm:

Or via yarn:

Do not forget to import styles if you want to use the defafult styling.

should be imported once in your root component

NOTE: You may want to re-style on your own. In that case you don't have to import the styles.

  • Table that supports client side pagination/sorting/filtration. Go to section
  • Table that supports server side pagination/sorting/filtration. Go to section
  • Single column sorting. Go to section
  • Optional persistance of selected sorting, filters, page size, etc. by storing them in the LS.
  • Different pagination strategy between mobile and desktop versions of the table.
  • Total amount of rows in the footer of the table.
  • Actions column. Easy way to create interactive table by adding action buttons to each row. Go to section
  • External trigger of the server side table data reloading. Go to section
  • Customizable column filtration. You can use your own filter-component or override the default filtration behaviour. Go to section
  • Passing props to the underlying engine as is. (not all the features are supported, see the list here)

The most basic usage of the ClientTable:

Configuration

NameTypeDefault ValueDescription
tableIdString""Required parameter. Used to differentiate the state of a table among the other table instances. Should be unique
dataArray<any>[]Data for table grouped by rows, it maps with columns by property key, using columns 'accessor field'. Each object is a : key - column id (use it in columns 'accessor' field), value - cell data
columnsArray<Column>[]Defines table's collumns. See the table below for more info
actionsArray<Action>[]Defines a special column for action-buttons. See the table below for more info
orderObject{}Sorting order
languageString | Object"en"Language used for the navigation labels. Accepts "en"/"ru" or Object containing translation for all necessary strings (example)
renderMobileTitleReact.Component | Function(Row) => JSX() => nullRows accordion head content for mobile view
maxStillMobileBreakpointInt800Breakpoint to toggle between mobile/desktop view
isStripedBooleanfalseSets striped rows view
loadingBooleanfalseIf true displays loader in place of table's content
onFiltersChangeFunction(Array<Filter>) => any() => nullTriggered when value of any filter is changed
enableTableStatePersistanceBooleanfalseIf true, selected filters, ordering and current page will be stored in memory and when user goes back to the table its state will be initialized with it. It is stored in a const variable thus state dissapears on page reload

NOTE: You can also provide your custom props: anything you put into these options will automatically be available on the instance. E.g. if you provide a function, it will be available from the renderers

Column props

NameTypeDefault ValueDescription
HeaderString""Display name for the column 'th'
accessorString | Function(originalRow, rowIndex) => any""Used to build the data model for your column. The data returned by an accessor should be primitive and sortable
CellReact.Component | Function({row}) => JSX({ value }) => String(value)Function for renedring cell's content. By default renders content of a property with the same name as the as text
FooterString | React.Component | Function => JSX() => nullRenders column's footer. Receives the table instance and column model as props
filterFunction(rows: Array<Row>, columnIds: Array<ColumnId: String>, filterValue) => Rows[]"text"Function used for the column filtration. If a string is passed, the function with that name will be used from either the custom filterTypes table option (if specified) or from the built-in filtering types object.
FilterReact.Component | Function() => JSX() => nullReceives the table instance and column model as props. Renders a component, that will be used for filtration in the column. By default text input is used
selectFilterOptionsArray<Object>[]If you use , pass options with this property
minWidthInt80Min limit for the resizing
widthInt150Used for both the flex-basis and flex-grow
maxWidthInt400Max limit for the resizing
principalFilterableColumnBooleantrue
nonMobileColumnBooleantruePrevents column from showing on the mobile
noFooterColumnBooleanfalsePrevents column from showing in the footer, if it is enabled
disableSortByBooleantrueDisables sorting for the column
disableFiltersBooleantrueDisables filtering for the column

NOTE: You can find more info about react-table props on official docs.

Sorting

This package implements single-column sorting. You can use by adding property to the Table. It accepts object with such props as (accessor of the property) and (determines sorting direction).

Filtration

You can use your own filtration function for standard text input filter:

OR you can implement a whole new Filter component:

Select Column Filter

This package also contains ready-to-use SelectColumnFilter, that allows you to filter data by properties with a known set of values, such as status types. Set property to SelectColumnFilter and define array, like in the example.

NOTE: To add "All" option in the list, you need to add object with an empty string value to Options array.

Actions

Action props

NameTypeDefault ValueDescription
nameString""Unique name for an action
showFunction(row) => Boolean() => nullReturns whether an action will be present for the row or not
renderIconReact.Component | Function(row) => JSX() => nullRenders action icon
renderTextFunction(row) => String() => nullReturns text, that will be shown as a Tooltip for the icon
onClickFunction(event, row) => any() => nullEvent triggered on action's click

Table State Persistance

In order not to force the user to choose page size value every time they visit the page, Table instance always stores that value in the Local Storage.

By setting table's property to true you tell the table to store other settings (filters, sorting and current page) in a const variable, that will be reseted on page reload, but persist between pages in apps with a client-side routing.

ServerTable is pretty much the same as the ClientTable, but instead of using the whole data at once, it loads data partially from an external source.

Table Refresh

You can manually invoke a table's data update by using the property:

Configuration

ServerTable uses some unique props in addition to what client table has:

NameTypeDefault ValueDescription
refreshBooleanfalseToggle it in any way to trigger table refresh
httpClientinstance of axiosaxiosFor now it only applies instance of axios, you can pass your own axios instance with config, interceptors etc.
apiHostUrlString""URL of your API
dataPathString""The path to the specific endpoint from which the data will be requested
authTokenString""Authentication token if needed
requestMethodString"GET"Request method used by endpoint
requestDataObject{}Data for requests with body
customDataLoaderasync FunctionundefinedPass async function here to rewrite table data loading logic, should return Promise
onPageDataLoadedFunction() => nullTriggered when value requested data is loaded

customDataLoader params

Request data

If you want to use default GET request method you will need to ensure that your backend endpoint can process query consisting of the parameters below:

NameTypeDescription
drawintUsed as query identifier to ensure queries are being executed in correct order
pageintNumber of page to take
pageSizeintNumber that defines size of the pages
orderBystringProperty name used for sorting
orderingDirectionstringAny string for ascending order or 'desc' for descending
filteredByColumnsstring[]Collection of property names to be used for filtering separated by coma
filteredByValuesstring[]Collection of property values to be used for filtering separated by coma. Thier indexes must correspond with the ones from the filteredByColumns array

Example:

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  • Multi-Column sorting
  • Virtualization

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FAQ

Below are some of the most frequently asked questions on how to use the React Table API to solve various table challenges you may encounter


How can I manually control the table state?

Occasionally, you may need to override some of the table state from a parent component or from somewhere above the usage of . In this case, you can turn to 's option. This hook function is run on every render and allows you an opportunity to override or change the final table state in a safe way.

For example, to control a table's from a parent component:

1const[controlledPageIndex, setControlledPage]=React.useState(0)

2

3useTable({

4useControlledState:state=>{

5returnReact.useMemo(

6()=>({

7...state,

8 pageIndex: controlledPageIndex,

9}),

10[state, controlledPageIndex]

11)

12},

13})

It's important that the state override is done within a call to prevent the state variable from changing on every render. It's also extremely important that you always use the in any dependencies to ensure that you do not block normal state updates.

How can I use the table state to fetch new data?

When managing your data externally or asynchronously (eg. server-side pagination/sorting/grouping/etc), you will need to fetch new data as the internal table state changes. With React Hooks, this is fantastically easier than it was before now that we have the hook. We can use this hook to "watch" the table state for specific changes and use those effects to trigger fetches for new data (or synchronize any other state you may be managing externally from your table component):

1functionTable({ data, onFetchData }){

2const{

3 state:{ pageIndex, pageSize, sortBy, filters },

4}=useTable({

5 data,

6})

7

8

9React.useEffect(()=>{

10onFetchData({ pageIndex, pageSize, sortBy, filters })

11},[onFetchData, pageIndex, pageSize, sortBy, filters])

12

13return</>

14}

Using this approach, you can respond and trigger any type of side-effect using the table instance!

How can I debounce rapid table state changes?

React Table has a few built-in side-effects of its own (most of which are meant for resetting parts of the state when changes). By default, these state side-effects are on and when their conditions are met, they immediately fire off actions that will manipulate the table state. Sometimes, this may result in multiple rapid rerenders (usually just 2, or one more than normal), and could cause any side-effects you have watching the table state to also fire multiple times in-a-row. To alleviate this edge-case, React Table exports a function that will allow you to debounce rapid side-effects and only use the latest one.

A good example of this when doing server-side pagination and sorting, a user changes the for a table and the is automatically reset to via an internal side effect. This would normally cause our effect below to fire 2 times, but with we can make sure our data fetch function only gets called once:

1import{ useTable, useAsyncDebounce }from'react-table'

2

3functionTable({ data, onFetchData }){

4const{

5 state:{ pageIndex, pageSize, sortBy, filters },

6}=useTable({

7 data,

8})

9

10

11const onFetchDataDebounced =useAsyncDebounce(onFetchData,100)

12

13

14React.useEffect(()=>{

15

16onFetchDataDebounced({ pageIndex, pageSize, sortBy, filters })

17

18},[onFetchDataDebounced, pageIndex, pageSize, sortBy, filters])

19

20return</>

21}

How do I stop my table state from automatically resetting when my data changes?

Most plugins use state that should normally reset when the data sources changes, but sometimes you need to suppress that from happening if you are filtering your data externally, or immutably editing your data while looking at it, or simply doing anything external with your data that you don't want to trigger a piece of table state to reset automatically.

For those situations, each plugin provides a way to disable the state from automatically resetting internally when data or other dependencies for a piece of state change. By setting any of them to , you can stop the automatic resets from being triggered.

Here is an example of stopping basically every piece of state from changing as they normally do while we edit the source for a table:

1const[data, setData]=React.useState([])

2const skipPageResetRef =React.useRef()

3

4constupdateData=newData=>{

5

6

7 skipPageResetRef.current=true

8

9setData(newData)

10}

11

12React.useEffect(()=>{

13

14 skipPageResetRef.current=false

15})

16

17useTable({

18...

19 autoResetPage:!skipPageResetRef.current,

20 autoResetExpanded:!skipPageResetRef.current,

21 autoResetGroupBy:!skipPageResetRef.current,

22 autoResetSelectedRows:!skipPageResetRef.current,

23 autoResetSortBy:!skipPageResetRef.current,

24 autoResetFilters:!skipPageResetRef.current,

25 autoResetRowState:!skipPageResetRef.current,

26})

Now, when we update our data, the above table states will not automatically reset!

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