Fixed Data Tables for React
FixedDataTable is a React component for building and presenting data in a flexible, powerful way. It supports standard table features, like headers, columns, rows, header groupings, and both fixed-position and scrolling columns.
The table was designed to handle thousands of rows of data without sacrificing performance. Scrolling smoothly is a first-class goal of FixedDataTable and it's architected in a way to allow for flexibility and extensibility.
Features of FixedDataTable:
- Fixed headers and footer
- Both fixed and scrollable columns
- Handling huge amounts of data
- Variable row heights (with adaptive scroll positions)
- Column resizing
- Performant scrolling
- Customizable styling
- Jumping to a row or column
- Controlled scroll API allows touch support
Things the FixedDataTable doesn't do:
- FixedDataTable does not provide a layout reflow mechanism or calculate content layout information such as width and height of the cell contents. The developer has to provide the layout information to the table instead.
- FixedDataTable does not handle sorting of data. Instead it allows the developer to supply data getters that can be sort-, filter-, or tail-loading-aware.
- FixedDataTable does not fetch the data (see above)
fixed-data-table using npm.
npm install fixed-data-table
Add the default stylesheet
dist/fixed-data-table.css, then import it into any module.
;;;// Table data as a list of array.const rows ='a1' 'b1' 'c1''a2' 'b2' 'c2''a3' 'b3' 'c3'// .... and more;// Render your tableReactDOM;
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