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table ui component for react





React table component with useful functions.

NPM version build status Test coverage Dependencies DevDependencies npm download bundle size




npm install
npm start



import Table from 'rc-table';

const columns = [
    title: 'Name',
    dataIndex: 'name',
    key: 'name',
    width: 100,
    title: 'Age',
    dataIndex: 'age',
    key: 'age',
    width: 100,
    title: 'Address',
    dataIndex: 'address',
    key: 'address',
    width: 200,
    title: 'Operations',
    dataIndex: '',
    key: 'operations',
    render: () => <a href="#">Delete</a>,

const data = [
  { name: 'Jack', age: 28, address: 'some where', key: '1' },
  { name: 'Rose', age: 36, address: 'some where', key: '2' },

React.render(<Table columns={columns} data={data} />, mountNode);



tableLayoutauto | fixedauto | fixed for any columns is fixed or ellipsis or header is fixed
classNameStringadditional className
idStringidentifier of the container div
useFixedHeaderBooleanfalsewhether use separator table for header. better set width for columns
scrollObject{x: false, y: false}whether table can be scroll in x/y direction, x or y can be a number that indicated the width and height of table body
expandableObjectConfig expand props
expandable.defaultExpandAllRowsBooleanfalseExpand All Rows initially
expandable.defaultExpandedRowKeysString[][]initial expanded rows keys
expandable.expandedRowKeysString[]current expanded rows keys
expandable.expandedRowRenderFunction(recode, index, indent, expanded):ReactNodeContent render to expanded row
expandable.expandedRowClassNameFunction(recode, index, indent):stringget expanded row's className
expandable.expandRowByClickbooleanSupport expand by click row
expandable.expandIconColumnIndexNumber0The index of expandIcon which column will be inserted when expandIconAsCell is false
expandable.expandIconprops => ReactNodeCustomize expand icon
expandable.indentSizeNumber15indentSize for every level of data.i.children, better using with column.width specified
expandable.rowExpandable(record) => booleanConfig row support expandable
expandable.onExpandFunction(expanded, record)function to call when click expand icon
expandable.onExpandedRowsChangeFunction(expandedRows)function to call when the expanded rows change
rowKeystring or Function(record):string'key'If rowKey is string, record[rowKey] will be used as key. If rowKey is function, the return value of rowKey(record) will be use as key.
rowClassNamestring or Function(record, index, indent):stringget row's className
rowRefFunction(record, index, indent):stringget row's ref key
dataObject[]data record array to be rendered
onRowFunction(record, index)Set custom props per each row.
onHeaderRowFunction(record, index)Set custom props per each header row.
showHeaderBooleantruewhether table head is shown
titleFunction(currentData)table title render function
footerFunction(currentData)table footer render function
emptyTextReact.Node or FunctionNo DataDisplay text when data is empty
columnsObject[]The columns config of table, see table below
componentsObjectOverride table elements, see #171 for more details

Column Props

keyStringkey of this column
classNameStringclassName of this column
colSpanNumberthead colSpan of this column
titleReact Nodetitle of this column
dataIndexStringdisplay field of the data record
widthString | Numberwidth of the specific proportion calculation according to the width of the columns
fixedString | Booleanthis column will be fixed when table scroll horizontally: true or 'left' or 'right'
alignStringspecify how cell content is aligned
ellipsisBooleanspecify whether cell content be ellipsized
onCellFunction(record, index)Set custom props per each cell.
onHeaderCellFunction(record)Set custom props per each header cell.
renderFunction(value, row, index)The render function of cell, has three params: the text of this cell, the record of this row, the index of this row, it's return an object:{ children: value, props: { colSpan: 1, rowSpan:1 } } ==> 'children' is the text of this cell, props is some setting of this cell, eg: 'colspan' set td colspan, 'rowspan' set td rowspan


rc-table is released under the MIT license.