Table

A table displays rows data.

When To Use#

  • To display a collection of structured data.

  • To sort, search, paginate, filter data.

How To Use#

Specify dataSource of Table whose value is an array of data.

const dataSource = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'Mike',
  age: 32,
  address: '10 Downing Street'
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'John',
  age: 42,
  address: '10 Downing Street'
}];

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  key: 'name',
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  key: 'age',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
  key: 'address',
}];

<Table dataSource={dataSource} columns={columns} />

Examples

Simple table with actions.

import { Table, Icon } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  key: 'name',
  render: text => <a href="#">{text}</a>,
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  key: 'age',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
  key: 'address',
}, {
  title: 'Action',
  key: 'action',
  render: (text, record) => (
    <span>
      <a href="#">Action 一 {record.name}</a>
      <span className="ant-divider" />
      <a href="#">Delete</a>
      <span className="ant-divider" />
      <a href="#" className="ant-dropdown-link">
        More actions <Icon type="down" />
      </a>
    </span>
  ),
}];

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}];

ReactDOM.render(<Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} />, mountNode);
NameAgeAddressAction
First NameLast Name
JohnBrown32New York No. 1 Lake ParkAction 一 DeleteMore actions
JimGreen42London No. 1 Lake ParkAction 一 DeleteMore actions
JoeBlack32Sidney No. 1 Lake ParkAction 一 DeleteMore actions

Using JSX style API (introduced in 2.5.0)

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

import { Table, Icon } from 'antd';

const { Column, ColumnGroup } = Table;

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  firstName: 'John',
  lastName: 'Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  firstName: 'Jim',
  lastName: 'Green',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  firstName: 'Joe',
  lastName: 'Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}];

ReactDOM.render(
  <Table dataSource={data}>
    <ColumnGroup title="Name">
      <Column
        title="First Name"
        dataIndex="firstName"
        key="firstName"
      />
      <Column
        title="Last Name"
        dataIndex="lastName"
        key="lastName"
      />
    </ColumnGroup>
    <Column
      title="Age"
      dataIndex="age"
      key="age"
    />
    <Column
      title="Address"
      dataIndex="address"
      key="address"
    />
    <Column
      title="Action"
      key="action"
      render={(text, record) => (
        <span>
          <a href="#">Action 一 {record.name}</a>
          <span className="ant-divider" />
          <a href="#">Delete</a>
          <span className="ant-divider" />
          <a href="#" className="ant-dropdown-link">
            More actions <Icon type="down" />
          </a>
        </span>
      )}
    />
  </Table>
, mountNode);
NameAgeAddress
John Brown32New York No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Green42London No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black32Sidney No. 1 Lake Park
Disabled User99Sidney No. 1 Lake Park

Rows can be selectable by making first column as a selectable column.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  render: text => <a href="#">{text}</a>,
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
}];
const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '4',
  name: 'Disabled User',
  age: 99,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}];

// rowSelection object indicates the need for row selection
const rowSelection = {
  onChange: (selectedRowKeys, selectedRows) => {
    console.log(`selectedRowKeys: ${selectedRowKeys}`, 'selectedRows: ', selectedRows);
  },
  onSelect: (record, selected, selectedRows) => {
    console.log(record, selected, selectedRows);
  },
  onSelectAll: (selected, selectedRows, changeRows) => {
    console.log(selected, selectedRows, changeRows);
  },
  getCheckboxProps: record => ({
    disabled: record.name === 'Disabled User',    // Column configuration not to be checked
  }),
};

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

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

import { Table, Button } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
}];

const data = [];
for (let i = 0; i < 46; i++) {
  data.push({
    key: i,
    name: `Edward King ${i}`,
    age: 32,
    address: `London, Park Lane no. ${i}`,
  });
}

class App extends React.Component {
  state = {
    selectedRowKeys: [],  // Check here to configure the default column
    loading: false,
  };
  start = () => {
    this.setState({ loading: true });
    // ajax request after empty completing
    setTimeout(() => {
      this.setState({
        selectedRowKeys: [],
        loading: false,
      });
    }, 1000);
  }
  onSelectChange = (selectedRowKeys) => {
    console.log('selectedRowKeys changed: ', selectedRowKeys);
    this.setState({ selectedRowKeys });
  }
  render() {
    const { loading, selectedRowKeys } = this.state;
    const rowSelection = {
      selectedRowKeys,
      onChange: this.onSelectChange,
    };
    const hasSelected = selectedRowKeys.length > 0;
    return (
      <div>
        <div style={{ marginBottom: 16 }}>
          <Button type="primary" onClick={this.start}
            disabled={!hasSelected} loading={loading}
          >Reload</Button>
          <span style={{ marginLeft: 8 }}>{hasSelected ? `Selected ${selectedRowKeys.length} items` : ''}</span>
        </div>
        <Table rowSelection={rowSelection} columns={columns} dataSource={data} />
      </div>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<App />, mountNode);
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

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

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
}];

const data = [];
for (let i = 0; i < 46; i++) {
  data.push({
    key: i,
    name: `Edward King ${i}`,
    age: 32,
    address: `London, Park Lane no. ${i}`,
  });
}

class App extends React.Component {
  state = {
    selectedRowKeys: [],  // Check here to configure the default column
  };
  onSelectChange = (selectedRowKeys) => {
    console.log('selectedRowKeys changed: ', selectedRowKeys);
    this.setState({ selectedRowKeys });
  }
  render() {
    const { selectedRowKeys } = this.state;
    const rowSelection = {
      selectedRowKeys,
      onChange: this.onSelectChange,
      selections: [{
        key: 'odd',
        text: 'Select Odd Row',
        onSelect: (changableRowKeys) => {
          let newSelectedRowKeys = [];
          newSelectedRowKeys = changableRowKeys.filter((key, index) => {
            if (index % 2 !== 0) {
              return false;
            }
            return true;
          });
          this.setState({ selectedRowKeys: newSelectedRowKeys });
        },
      }, {
        key: 'even',
        text: 'Select Even Row',
        onSelect: (changableRowKeys) => {
          let newSelectedRowKeys = [];
          newSelectedRowKeys = changableRowKeys.filter((key, index) => {
            if (index % 2 !== 0) {
              return true;
            }
            return false;
          });
          this.setState({ selectedRowKeys: newSelectedRowKeys });
        },
      }],
      onSelection: this.onSelection,
    };
    return (
      <Table rowSelection={rowSelection} columns={columns} dataSource={data} />
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<App />, mountNode);
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

Control filters and sorters by filteredValue and sortOrder.

  1. Defining filteredValue or sortOrder means that it is in the controlled mode.

  2. Make sure sortOrder is assigned for only one column.

  3. column.key is required.

import { Table, Button } from 'antd';

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '4',
  name: 'Jim Red',
  age: 32,
  address: 'London No. 2 Lake Park',
}];

class App extends React.Component {
  state = {
    filteredInfo: null,
    sortedInfo: null,
  };
  handleChange = (pagination, filters, sorter) => {
    console.log('Various parameters', pagination, filters, sorter);
    this.setState({
      filteredInfo: filters,
      sortedInfo: sorter,
    });
  }
  clearFilters = () => {
    this.setState({ filteredInfo: null });
  }
  clearAll = () => {
    this.setState({
      filteredInfo: null,
      sortedInfo: null,
    });
  }
  setAgeSort = () => {
    this.setState({
      sortedInfo: {
        order: 'descend',
        columnKey: 'age',
      },
    });
  }
  render() {
    let { sortedInfo, filteredInfo } = this.state;
    sortedInfo = sortedInfo || {};
    filteredInfo = filteredInfo || {};
    const columns = [{
      title: 'Name',
      dataIndex: 'name',
      key: 'name',
      filters: [
        { text: 'Joe', value: 'Joe' },
        { text: 'Jim', value: 'Jim' },
      ],
      filteredValue: filteredInfo.name || null,
      onFilter: (value, record) => record.name.includes(value),
      sorter: (a, b) => a.name.length - b.name.length,
      sortOrder: sortedInfo.columnKey === 'name' && sortedInfo.order,
    }, {
      title: 'Age',
      dataIndex: 'age',
      key: 'age',
      sorter: (a, b) => a.age - b.age,
      sortOrder: sortedInfo.columnKey === 'age' && sortedInfo.order,
    }, {
      title: 'Address',
      dataIndex: 'address',
      key: 'address',
      filters: [
        { text: 'London', value: 'London' },
        { text: 'New York', value: 'New York' },
      ],
      filteredValue: filteredInfo.address || null,
      onFilter: (value, record) => record.address.includes(value),
      sorter: (a, b) => a.address.length - b.address.length,
      sortOrder: sortedInfo.columnKey === 'address' && sortedInfo.order,
    }];
    return (
      <div>
        <div className="table-operations">
          <Button onClick={this.setAgeSort}>Sort age</Button>
          <Button onClick={this.clearFilters}>Clear filters</Button>
          <Button onClick={this.clearAll}>Clear filters and sorters</Button>
        </div>
        <Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} onChange={this.handleChange} />
      </div>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<App />, mountNode);
.table-operations {
  margin-bottom: 16px;
}

.table-operations > button {
  margin-right: 8px;
}
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

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

Use sorter to make a column sortable. sorter can be a function function(a, b) { ... } for sorting data locally.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  filters: [{
    text: 'Joe',
    value: 'Joe',
  }, {
    text: 'Jim',
    value: 'Jim',
  }, {
    text: 'Submenu',
    value: 'Submenu',
    children: [{
      text: 'Green',
      value: 'Green',
    }, {
      text: 'Black',
      value: 'Black',
    }],
  }],
  // specify the condition of filtering result
  // here is that finding the name started with `value`
  onFilter: (value, record) => record.name.indexOf(value) === 0,
  sorter: (a, b) => a.name.length - b.name.length,
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  sorter: (a, b) => a.age - b.age,
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
  filters: [{
    text: 'London',
    value: 'London',
  }, {
    text: 'New York',
    value: 'New York',
  }],
  filterMultiple: false,
  onFilter: (value, record) => record.address.indexOf(value) === 0,
  sorter: (a, b) => a.address.length - b.address.length,
}];

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '4',
  name: 'Jim Red',
  age: 32,
  address: 'London No. 2 Lake Park',
}];

function onChange(pagination, filters, sorter) {
  console.log('params', pagination, filters, sorter);
}

ReactDOM.render(<Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} onChange={onChange} />, mountNode);
NameAgeAddress
John Brown32New York No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black42London No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Green32Sidney No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Red32London No. 2 Lake Park

Implement a customized column search example via filterDropdown, filterDropdownVisible and filterDropdownVisibleChange.

import { Table, Input, Button, Icon } from 'antd';

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '4',
  name: 'Jim Red',
  age: 32,
  address: 'London No. 2 Lake Park',
}];

class App extends React.Component {
  state = {
    filterDropdownVisible: false,
    data,
    searchText: '',
    filtered: false,
  };
  onInputChange = (e) => {
    this.setState({ searchText: e.target.value });
  }
  onSearch = () => {
    const { searchText } = this.state;
    const reg = new RegExp(searchText, 'gi');
    this.setState({
      filterDropdownVisible: false,
      filtered: !!searchText,
      data: data.map((record) => {
        const match = record.name.match(reg);
        if (!match) {
          return null;
        }
        return {
          ...record,
          name: (
            <span>
              {record.name.split(reg).map((text, i) => (
                i > 0 ? [<span className="highlight">{match[0]}</span>, text] : text
              ))}
            </span>
          ),
        };
      }).filter(record => !!record),
    });
  }
  render() {
    const columns = [{
      title: 'Name',
      dataIndex: 'name',
      key: 'name',
      filterDropdown: (
        <div className="custom-filter-dropdown">
          <Input
            ref={ele => this.searchInput = ele}
            placeholder="Search name"
            value={this.state.searchText}
            onChange={this.onInputChange}
            onPressEnter={this.onSearch}
          />
          <Button type="primary" onClick={this.onSearch}>Search</Button>
        </div>
      ),
      filterIcon: <Icon type="smile-o" style={{ color: this.state.filtered ? '#108ee9' : '#aaa' }} />,
      filterDropdownVisible: this.state.filterDropdownVisible,
      onFilterDropdownVisibleChange: visible => this.setState({ filterDropdownVisible: visible }, () => this.searchInput.focus()),
    }, {
      title: 'Age',
      dataIndex: 'age',
      key: 'age',
    }, {
      title: 'Address',
      dataIndex: 'address',
      key: 'address',
      filters: [{
        text: 'London',
        value: 'London',
      }, {
        text: 'New York',
        value: 'New York',
      }],
      onFilter: (value, record) => record.address.indexOf(value) === 0,
    }];
    return <Table columns={columns} dataSource={this.state.data} />;
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<App />, mountNode);
.custom-filter-dropdown {
  padding: 8px;
  border-radius: 6px;
  background: #fff;
  box-shadow: 0 1px 6px rgba(0, 0, 0, .2);
}

.custom-filter-dropdown input {
  width: 130px;
  margin-right: 8px;
}

.highlight {
  color: #f50;
}
Name
GenderEmail
No Data

This example shows how to fetch and present data from remote server, and how to implement filtering and sorting in server side by sending related parameters to server.

Note, this example use Mock API that you can look up in Network Console.

import { Table } from 'antd';
import reqwest from 'reqwest';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  sorter: true,
  render: name => `${name.first} ${name.last}`,
  width: '20%',
}, {
  title: 'Gender',
  dataIndex: 'gender',
  filters: [
    { text: 'Male', value: 'male' },
    { text: 'Female', value: 'female' },
  ],
  width: '20%',
}, {
  title: 'Email',
  dataIndex: 'email',
}];

class App extends React.Component {
  state = {
    data: [],
    pagination: {},
    loading: false,
  };
  handleTableChange = (pagination, filters, sorter) => {
    const pager = { ...this.state.pagination };
    pager.current = pagination.current;
    this.setState({
      pagination: pager,
    });
    this.fetch({
      results: pagination.pageSize,
      page: pagination.current,
      sortField: sorter.field,
      sortOrder: sorter.order,
      ...filters,
    });
  }
  fetch = (params = {}) => {
    console.log('params:', params);
    this.setState({ loading: true });
    reqwest({
      url: 'https://randomuser.me/api',
      method: 'get',
      data: {
        results: 10,
        ...params,
      },
      type: 'json',
    }).then((data) => {
      const pagination = { ...this.state.pagination };
      // Read total count from server
      // pagination.total = data.totalCount;
      pagination.total = 200;
      this.setState({
        loading: false,
        data: data.results,
        pagination,
      });
    });
  }
  componentDidMount() {
    this.fetch();
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <Table columns={columns}
        rowKey={record => record.registered}
        dataSource={this.state.data}
        pagination={this.state.pagination}
        loading={this.state.loading}
        onChange={this.handleTableChange}
      />
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<App />, mountNode);

Middle size table

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

Small size table

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

Two compacted table size: middle and small, small size is used in Modal only.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
}];
const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}];

ReactDOM.render(
  <div>
    <h4>Middle size table</h4>
    <Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} size="middle" />
    <h4>Small size table</h4>
    <Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} size="small" />
  </div>
, mountNode);
Header
NameCash AssetsAddress
John Brown¥300,000.00New York No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Green¥1,256,000.00London No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black¥120,000.00Sidney No. 1 Lake Park

Add border, title and footer for table.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  render: text => <a href="#">{text}</a>,
}, {
  title: 'Cash Assets',
  className: 'column-money',
  dataIndex: 'money',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
}];

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  money: '¥300,000.00',
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  money: '¥1,256,000.00',
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  money: '¥120,000.00',
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}];

ReactDOM.render(
  <Table
    columns={columns}
    dataSource={data}
    bordered
    title={() => 'Header'}
    footer={() => 'Footer'}
  />
, mountNode);
th.column-money,
td.column-money {
  text-align: right!important;
}
NameAgeAddressAction
John Brown32New York No. 1 Lake ParkDelete
Jim Green42London No. 1 Lake ParkDelete
Joe Black32Sidney No. 1 Lake ParkDelete

When there's too much information to show and the table can't display all at once.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [
  { title: 'Name', dataIndex: 'name', key: 'name' },
  { title: 'Age', dataIndex: 'age', key: 'age' },
  { title: 'Address', dataIndex: 'address', key: 'address' },
  { title: 'Action', dataIndex: '', key: 'x', render: () => <a href="#">Delete</a> },
];

const data = [
  { key: 1, name: 'John Brown', age: 32, address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park', description: 'My name is John Brown, I am 32 years old, living in New York No. 1 Lake Park.' },
  { key: 2, name: 'Jim Green', age: 42, address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park', description: 'My name is Jim Green, I am 42 years old, living in London No. 1 Lake Park.' },
  { key: 3, name: 'Joe Black', age: 32, address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park', description: 'My name is Joe Black, I am 32 years old, living in Sidney No. 1 Lake Park.' },
];

ReactDOM.render(
  <Table
    columns={columns}
    expandedRowRender={record => <p>{record.description}</p>}
    dataSource={data}
  />
, mountNode);
NameAgeHome phoneAddress
John Brown320571-2209890918889898989New York No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Green420571-2209833318889898888London No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black320575-2209890918900010002Sidney No. 1 Lake Park
Jim Red1818900010002London No. 2 Lake Park
Jake White

Table column title supports colSpan that set in column.

Table cell supports colSpan and rowSpan that set in render return object. When each of them is set to 0, the cell will not be rendered.

import { Table } from 'antd';

// In the fifth row, other columns are merged into first column
// by setting it's colSpan to be 0
const renderContent = (value, row, index) => {
  const obj = {
    children: value,
    props: {},
  };
  if (index === 4) {
    obj.props.colSpan = 0;
  }
  return obj;
};

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  render: (text, row, index) => {
    if (index < 4) {
      return <a href="#">{text}</a>;
    }
    return {
      children: <a href="#">{text}</a>,
      props: {
        colSpan: 5,
      },
    };
  },
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  render: renderContent,
}, {
  title: 'Home phone',
  colSpan: 2,
  dataIndex: 'tel',
  render: (value, row, index) => {
    const obj = {
      children: value,
      props: {},
    };
    if (index === 2) {
      obj.props.rowSpan = 2;
    }
    // These two are merged into above cell
    if (index === 3) {
      obj.props.rowSpan = 0;
    }
    if (index === 4) {
      obj.props.colSpan = 0;
    }
    return obj;
  },
}, {
  title: 'Phone',
  colSpan: 0,
  dataIndex: 'phone',
  render: renderContent,
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
  render: renderContent,
}];

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  tel: '0571-22098909',
  phone: 18889898989,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  tel: '0571-22098333',
  phone: 18889898888,
  age: 42,
  address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '3',
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  tel: '0575-22098909',
  phone: 18900010002,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '4',
  name: 'Jim Red',
  age: 18,
  tel: '0575-22098909',
  phone: 18900010002,
  address: 'London No. 2 Lake Park',
}, {
  key: '5',
  name: 'Jake White',
  age: 18,
  tel: '0575-22098909',
  phone: 18900010002,
  address: 'Dublin No. 2 Lake Park',
}];

ReactDOM.render(<Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} bordered />
, mountNode);
NameAgeAddress
John Brown sr.60New York No. 1 Lake Park
Joe Black32Sidney No. 1 Lake Park

Display tree structure data in Table, control the indent width by setting indentSize.

Note, no support for recursive selection of tree structure data table yet.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  key: 'name',
  width: '40%',
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  key: 'age',
  width: '30%',
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
  key: 'address',
}];

const data = [{
  key: 1,
  name: 'John Brown sr.',
  age: 60,
  address: 'New York No. 1 Lake Park',
  children: [{
    key: 11,
    name: 'John Brown',
    age: 42,
    address: 'New York No. 2 Lake Park',
  }, {
    key: 12,
    name: 'John Brown jr.',
    age: 30,
    address: 'New York No. 3 Lake Park',
    children: [{
      key: 121,
      name: 'Jimmy Brown',
      age: 16,
      address: 'New York No. 3 Lake Park',
    }],
  }, {
    key: 13,
    name: 'Jim Green sr.',
    age: 72,
    address: 'London No. 1 Lake Park',
    children: [{
      key: 131,
      name: 'Jim Green',
      age: 42,
      address: 'London No. 2 Lake Park',
      children: [{
        key: 1311,
        name: 'Jim Green jr.',
        age: 25,
        address: 'London No. 3 Lake Park',
      }, {
        key: 1312,
        name: 'Jimmy Green sr.',
        age: 18,
        address: 'London No. 4 Lake Park',
      }],
    }],
  }],
}, {
  key: 2,
  name: 'Joe Black',
  age: 32,
  address: 'Sidney No. 1 Lake Park',
}];

// rowSelection objects indicates the need for row selection
const rowSelection = {
  onChange: (selectedRowKeys, selectedRows) => {
    console.log(`selectedRowKeys: ${selectedRowKeys}`, 'selectedRows: ', selectedRows);
  },
  onSelect: (record, selected, selectedRows) => {
    console.log(record, selected, selectedRows);
  },
  onSelectAll: (selected, selectedRows, changeRows) => {
    console.log(selected, selectedRows, changeRows);
  },
};

ReactDOM.render(
  <Table columns={columns} rowSelection={rowSelection} dataSource={data} />
, mountNode);
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
Edward King 1032London, Park Lane no. 10
Edward King 1132London, Park Lane no. 11
Edward King 1232London, Park Lane no. 12
Edward King 1332London, Park Lane no. 13
Edward King 1432London, Park Lane no. 14
Edward King 1532London, Park Lane no. 15
Edward King 1632London, Park Lane no. 16
Edward King 1732London, Park Lane no. 17
Edward King 1832London, Park Lane no. 18
Edward King 1932London, Park Lane no. 19
Edward King 2032London, Park Lane no. 20
Edward King 2132London, Park Lane no. 21
Edward King 2232London, Park Lane no. 22
Edward King 2332London, Park Lane no. 23
Edward King 2432London, Park Lane no. 24
Edward King 2532London, Park Lane no. 25
Edward King 2632London, Park Lane no. 26
Edward King 2732London, Park Lane no. 27
Edward King 2832London, Park Lane no. 28
Edward King 2932London, Park Lane no. 29
Edward King 3032London, Park Lane no. 30
Edward King 3132London, Park Lane no. 31
Edward King 3232London, Park Lane no. 32
Edward King 3332London, Park Lane no. 33
Edward King 3432London, Park Lane no. 34
Edward King 3532London, Park Lane no. 35
Edward King 3632London, Park Lane no. 36
Edward King 3732London, Park Lane no. 37
Edward King 3832London, Park Lane no. 38
Edward King 3932London, Park Lane no. 39
Edward King 4032London, Park Lane no. 40
Edward King 4132London, Park Lane no. 41
Edward King 4232London, Park Lane no. 42
Edward King 4332London, Park Lane no. 43
Edward King 4432London, Park Lane no. 44
Edward King 4532London, Park Lane no. 45
Edward King 4632London, Park Lane no. 46
Edward King 4732London, Park Lane no. 47
Edward King 4832London, Park Lane no. 48
Edward King 4932London, Park Lane no. 49

Display large amounts of data in scrollable view.

Specify the width of each column if header and cell do not align properly.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  width: 150,
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  width: 150,
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
}];

const data = [];
for (let i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
  data.push({
    key: i,
    name: `Edward King ${i}`,
    age: 32,
    address: `London, Park Lane no. ${i}`,
  });
}

ReactDOM.render(
  <Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} pagination={{ pageSize: 50 }} scroll={{ y: 240 }} />
, mountNode);
Full NameAgeColumn 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6Column 7Column 8Action
John Brown32New York ParkNew York ParkNew York ParkNew York ParkNew York ParkNew York ParkNew York ParkNew York Parkaction
Jim Green40London ParkLondon ParkLondon ParkLondon ParkLondon ParkLondon ParkLondon ParkLondon Parkaction
Full NameAge
John Brown32
Jim Green40

To fix some columns and scroll inside other columns, and you must set scoll.x meanwhile.

Specify the width of columns if header and cell do not align properly.

A fixed value which is greater than table width for scroll.x is recommended. The sum of unfixed columns should not greater than scroll.x.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [
  { title: 'Full Name', width: 100, dataIndex: 'name', key: 'name', fixed: 'left' },
  { title: 'Age', width: 100, dataIndex: 'age', key: 'age', fixed: 'left' },
  { title: 'Column 1', dataIndex: 'address', key: '1' },
  { title: 'Column 2', dataIndex: 'address', key: '2' },
  { title: 'Column 3', dataIndex: 'address', key: '3' },
  { title: 'Column 4', dataIndex: 'address', key: '4' },
  { title: 'Column 5', dataIndex: 'address', key: '5' },
  { title: 'Column 6', dataIndex: 'address', key: '6' },
  { title: 'Column 7', dataIndex: 'address', key: '7' },
  { title: 'Column 8', dataIndex: 'address', key: '8' },
  {
    title: 'Action',
    key: 'operation',
    fixed: 'right',
    width: 100,
    render: () => <a href="#">action</a>,
  },
];

const data = [{
  key: '1',
  name: 'John Brown',
  age: 32,
  address: 'New York Park',
}, {
  key: '2',
  name: 'Jim Green',
  age: 40,
  address: 'London Park',
}];

ReactDOM.render(<Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} scroll={{ x: 1300 }} />, mountNode);
Full NameAgeColumn 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6Column 7Column 8Action
Edrward 032London Park no. 0London Park no. 0London Park no. 0London Park no. 0London Park no. 0London Park no. 0London Park no. 0London Park no. 0action
Edrward 132London Park no. 1London Park no. 1London Park no. 1London Park no. 1London Park no. 1London Park no. 1London Park no. 1London Park no. 1action
Edrward 232London Park no. 2London Park no. 2London Park no. 2London Park no. 2London Park no. 2London Park no. 2London Park no. 2London Park no. 2action
Edrward 332London Park no. 3London Park no. 3London Park no. 3London Park no. 3London Park no. 3London Park no. 3London Park no. 3London Park no. 3action
Edrward 432London Park no. 4London Park no. 4London Park no. 4London Park no. 4London Park no. 4London Park no. 4London Park no. 4London Park no. 4action
Edrward 532London Park no. 5London Park no. 5London Park no. 5London Park no. 5London Park no. 5London Park no. 5London Park no. 5London Park no. 5action
Edrward 632London Park no. 6London Park no. 6London Park no. 6London Park no. 6London Park no. 6London Park no. 6London Park no. 6London Park no. 6action
Edrward 732London Park no. 7London Park no. 7London Park no. 7London Park no. 7London Park no. 7London Park no. 7London Park no. 7London Park no. 7action
Edrward 832London Park no. 8London Park no. 8London Park no. 8London Park no. 8London Park no. 8London Park no. 8London Park no. 8London Park no. 8action
Edrward 932London Park no. 9London Park no. 9London Park no. 9London Park no. 9London Park no. 9London Park no. 9London Park no. 9London Park no. 9action
Full NameAge
Edrward 032
Edrward 132
Edrward 232
Edrward 332
Edrward 432
Edrward 532
Edrward 632
Edrward 732
Edrward 832
Edrward 932

A Solution for displaying large amounts of data with long columns.

Specify the width of columns if header and cell do not align properly.

A fixed value which is greater than table width for scroll.x is recommended. The sum of unfixed columns should not greater than scroll.x.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [
  { title: 'Full Name', width: 100, dataIndex: 'name', key: 'name', fixed: 'left' },
  { title: 'Age', width: 100, dataIndex: 'age', key: 'age', fixed: 'left' },
  { title: 'Column 1', dataIndex: 'address', key: '1', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 2', dataIndex: 'address', key: '2', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 3', dataIndex: 'address', key: '3', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 4', dataIndex: 'address', key: '4', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 5', dataIndex: 'address', key: '5', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 6', dataIndex: 'address', key: '6', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 7', dataIndex: 'address', key: '7', width: 150 },
  { title: 'Column 8', dataIndex: 'address', key: '8' },
  {
    title: 'Action',
    key: 'operation',
    fixed: 'right',
    width: 100,
    render: () => <a href="#">action</a>,
  },
];

const data = [];
for (let i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
  data.push({
    key: i,
    name: `Edrward ${i}`,
    age: 32,
    address: `London Park no. ${i}`,
  });
}

ReactDOM.render(<Table columns={columns} dataSource={data} scroll={{ x: 1500, y: 300 }} />, mountNode);
NameOtherCompanyGender
Age
AddressCompany AddressCompany Name
StreetBlock
BuildingDoor No.
John Brown1Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown2Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown3Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown4Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown5Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown6Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown7Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown8Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown9Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
John Brown10Lake ParkC2035Lake Street 42SoftLake CoM
Name
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown
Gender
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M

Group table head with columns[n].children.

import { Table } from 'antd';

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  key: 'name',
  width: 100,
  fixed: 'left',
  filters: [{
    text: 'Joe',
    value: 'Joe',
  }, {
    text: 'John',
    value: 'John',
  }],
  onFilter: (value, record) => record.name.indexOf(value) === 0,
}, {
  title: 'Other',
  children: [{
    title: 'Age',
    dataIndex: 'age',
    key: 'age',
    width: 200,
    sorter: (a, b) => a.age - b.age,
  }, {
    title: 'Address',
    children: [{
      title: 'Street',
      dataIndex: 'street',
      key: 'street',
      width: 200,
    }, {
      title: 'Block',
      children: [{
        title: 'Building',
        dataIndex: 'building',
        key: 'building',
        width: 100,
      }, {
        title: 'Door No.',
        dataIndex: 'number',
        key: 'number',
        width: 100,
      }],
    }],
  }],
}, {
  title: 'Company',
  children: [{
    title: 'Company Address',
    dataIndex: 'companyAddress',
    key: 'companyAddress',
  }, {
    title: 'Company Name',
    dataIndex: 'companyName',
    key: 'companyName',
  }],
}, {
  title: 'Gender',
  dataIndex: 'gender',
  key: 'gender',
  width: 60,
  fixed: 'right',
}];

const data = [];
for (let i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
  data.push({
    key: i,
    name: 'John Brown',
    age: i + 1,
    street: 'Lake Park',
    building: 'C',
    number: 2035,
    companyAddress: 'Lake Street 42',
    companyName: 'SoftLake Co',
    gender: 'M',
  });
}

ReactDOM.render(
  <Table
    columns={columns}
    dataSource={data}
    bordered
    size="middle"
    scroll={{ x: '130%', y: 240 }}
  />
, mountNode);
nameageaddressoperation
Edward King 0
32London, Park Lane no. 0Delete
Edward King 1
32London, Park Lane no. 1Delete

Table with editable cells.

import { Table, Input, Icon, Button, Popconfirm } from 'antd';

class EditableCell extends React.Component {
  state = {
    value: this.props.value,
    editable: false,
  }
  handleChange = (e) => {
    const value = e.target.value;
    this.setState({ value });
  }
  check = () => {
    this.setState({ editable: false });
    if (this.props.onChange) {
      this.props.onChange(this.state.value);
    }
  }
  edit = () => {
    this.setState({ editable: true });
  }
  render() {
    const { value, editable } = this.state;
    return (
      <div className="editable-cell">
        {
          editable ?
            <div className="editable-cell-input-wrapper">
              <Input
                value={value}
                onChange={this.handleChange}
                onPressEnter={this.check}
              />
              <Icon
                type="check"
                className="editable-cell-icon-check"
                onClick={this.check}
              />
            </div>
            :
            <div className="editable-cell-text-wrapper">
              {value || ' '}
              <Icon
                type="edit"
                className="editable-cell-icon"
                onClick={this.edit}
              />
            </div>
        }
      </div>
    );
  }
}

class EditableTable extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.columns = [{
      title: 'name',
      dataIndex: 'name',
      width: '30%',
      render: (text, record, index) => (
        <EditableCell
          value={text}
          onChange={this.onCellChange(index, 'name')}
        />
      ),
    }, {
      title: 'age',
      dataIndex: 'age',
    }, {
      title: 'address',
      dataIndex: 'address',
    }, {
      title: 'operation',
      dataIndex: 'operation',
      render: (text, record, index) => {
        return (
          this.state.dataSource.length > 1 ?
          (
            <Popconfirm title="Sure to delete?" onConfirm={() => this.onDelete(index)}>
              <a href="#">Delete</a>
            </Popconfirm>
          ) : null
        );
      },
    }];

    this.state = {
      dataSource: [{
        key: '0',
        name: 'Edward King 0',
        age: '32',
        address: 'London, Park Lane no. 0',
      }, {
        key: '1',
        name: 'Edward King 1',
        age: '32',
        address: 'London, Park Lane no. 1',
      }],
      count: 2,
    };
  }
  onCellChange = (index, key) => {
    return (value) => {
      const dataSource = [...this.state.dataSource];
      dataSource[index][key] = value;
      this.setState({ dataSource });
    };
  }
  onDelete = (index) => {
    const dataSource = [...this.state.dataSource];
    dataSource.splice(index, 1);
    this.setState({ dataSource });
  }
  handleAdd = () => {
    const { count, dataSource } = this.state;
    const newData = {
      key: count,
      name: `Edward King ${count}`,
      age: 32,
      address: `London, Park Lane no. ${count}`,
    };
    this.setState({
      dataSource: [...dataSource, newData],
      count: count + 1,
    });
  }
  render() {
    const { dataSource } = this.state;
    const columns = this.columns;
    return (
      <div>
        <Button className="editable-add-btn" onClick={this.handleAdd}>Add</Button>
        <Table bordered dataSource={dataSource} columns={columns} />
      </div>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<EditableTable />, mountNode);
.editable-cell {
  position: relative;
}

.editable-cell-input-wrapper,
.editable-cell-text-wrapper {
  padding-right: 24px;
}

.editable-cell-text-wrapper {
  padding: 5px 24px 5px 5px;
}

.editable-cell-icon,
.editable-cell-icon-check {
  position: absolute;
  right: 0;
  width: 20px;
  cursor: pointer;
}

.editable-cell-icon {
  line-height: 18px;
  display: none;
}

.editable-cell-icon-check {
  line-height: 28px;
}

.editable-cell:hover .editable-cell-icon {
  display: inline-block;
}

.editable-cell-icon:hover,
.editable-cell-icon-check:hover {
  color: #108ee9;
}

.editable-add-btn {
  margin-bottom: 8px;
}
nameageaddressoperation
Edward King 0
32
London, Park Lane no. 0

Table with editable rows.

import { Table, Input, Popconfirm } from 'antd';

class EditableCell extends React.Component {
  state = {
    value: this.props.value,
    editable: this.props.editable || false,
  }
  componentWillReceiveProps(nextProps) {
    if (nextProps.editable !== this.state.editable) {
      this.setState({ editable: nextProps.editable });
      if (nextProps.editable) {
        this.cacheValue = this.state.value;
      }
    }
    if (nextProps.status && nextProps.status !== this.props.status) {
      if (nextProps.status === 'save') {
        this.props.onChange(this.state.value);
      } else if (nextProps.status === 'cancel') {
        this.setState({ value: this.cacheValue });
        this.props.onChange(this.cacheValue);
      }
    }
  }
  shouldComponentUpdate(nextProps, nextState) {
    return nextProps.editable !== this.state.editable ||
           nextState.value !== this.state.value;
  }
  handleChange(e) {
    const value = e.target.value;
    this.setState({ value });
  }
  render() {
    const { value, editable } = this.state;
    return (
      <div>
        {
          editable ?
            <div>
              <Input
                value={value}
                onChange={e => this.handleChange(e)}
              />
            </div>
            :
            <div className="editable-row-text">
              {value.toString() || ' '}
            </div>
        }
      </div>
    );
  }
}

class EditableTable extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.columns = [{
      title: 'name',
      dataIndex: 'name',
      width: '25%',
      render: (text, record, index) => this.renderColumns(this.state.data, index, 'name', text),
    }, {
      title: 'age',
      dataIndex: 'age',
      width: '15%',
      render: (text, record, index) => this.renderColumns(this.state.data, index, 'age', text),
    }, {
      title: 'address',
      dataIndex: 'address',
      width: '40%',
      render: (text, record, index) => this.renderColumns(this.state.data, index, 'address', text),
    }, {
      title: 'operation',
      dataIndex: 'operation',
      render: (text, record, index) => {
        const { editable } = this.state.data[index].name;
        return (
          <div className="editable-row-operations">
            {
              editable ?
                <span>
                  <a onClick={() => this.editDone(index, 'save')}>Save</a>
                  <Popconfirm title="Sure to cancel?" onConfirm={() => this.editDone(index, 'cancel')}>
                    <a>Cancel</a>
                  </Popconfirm>
                </span>
                :
                <span>
                  <a onClick={() => this.edit(index)}>Edit</a>
                </span>
            }
          </div>
        );
      },
    }];
    this.state = {
      data: [{
        key: '0',
        name: {
          editable: false,
          value: 'Edward King 0',
        },
        age: {
          editable: false,
          value: '32',
        },
        address: {
          value: 'London, Park Lane no. 0',
        },
      }],
    };
  }
  renderColumns(data, index, key, text) {
    const { editable, status } = data[index][key];
    if (typeof editable === 'undefined') {
      return text;
    }
    return (<EditableCell
      editable={editable}
      value={text}
      onChange={value => this.handleChange(key, index, value)}
      status={status}
    />);
  }
  handleChange(key, index, value) {
    const { data } = this.state;
    data[index][key].value = value;
    this.setState({ data });
  }
  edit(index) {
    const { data } = this.state;
    Object.keys(data[index]).forEach((item) => {
      if (data[index][item] && typeof data[index][item].editable !== 'undefined') {
        data[index][item].editable = true;
      }
    });
    this.setState({ data });
  }
  editDone(index, type) {
    const { data } = this.state;
    Object.keys(data[index]).forEach((item) => {
      if (data[index][item] && typeof data[index][item].editable !== 'undefined') {
        data[index][item].editable = false;
        data[index][item].status = type;
      }
    });
    this.setState({ data }, () => {
      Object.keys(data[index]).forEach((item) => {
        if (data[index][item] && typeof data[index][item].editable !== 'undefined') {
          delete data[index][item].status;
        }
      });
    });
  }
  render() {
    const { data } = this.state;
    const dataSource = data.map((item) => {
      const obj = {};
      Object.keys(item).forEach((key) => {
        obj[key] = key === 'key' ? item[key] : item[key].value;
      });
      return obj;
    });
    const columns = this.columns;
    return <Table bordered dataSource={dataSource} columns={columns} />;
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<EditableTable />, mountNode);
.editable-row-text {
  padding: 5px;
}

.editable-row-operations a {
  margin-right: 8px;
}
NamePlatformVersionUpgradedCreatorDateAction
ScreemiOS10.3.4.5654500Jack2014-12-24 23:12:00Publish
ScreemiOS10.3.4.5654500Jack2014-12-24 23:12:00Publish
ScreemiOS10.3.4.5654500Jack2014-12-24 23:12:00Publish

Showing more detailed info of every row.

import { Table, Badge, Menu, Dropdown, Icon } from 'antd';

const menu = (
  <Menu>
    <Menu.Item>
      Action 1
    </Menu.Item>
    <Menu.Item>
      Action 2
    </Menu.Item>
  </Menu>
);

function NestedTable() {
  const expandedRowRender = () => {
    const columns = [
      { title: 'Date', dataIndex: 'date', key: 'date' },
      { title: 'Name', dataIndex: 'name', key: 'name' },
      { title: 'Status', key: 'state', render: () => <span><Badge status="success" />Finished</span> },
      { title: 'Upgrade Status', dataIndex: 'upgradeNum', key: 'upgradeNum' },
      {
        title: 'Action',
        dataIndex: 'operation',
        key: 'operation',
        render: () => (
          <span className={'table-operation'}>
            <a href="#">Pause</a>
            <a href="#">Stop</a>
            <Dropdown overlay={menu}>
              <a href="#">
                More <Icon type="down" />
              </a>
            </Dropdown>
          </span>
        ),
      },
    ];

    const data = [];
    for (let i = 0; i < 3; ++i) {
      data.push({
        key: i,
        date: '2014-12-24 23:12:00',
        name: 'This is production name',
        upgradeNum: 'Upgraded: 56',
      });
    }
    return (
      <Table
        columns={columns}
        dataSource={data}
        pagination={false}
      />
    );
  };

  const columns = [
    { title: 'Name', dataIndex: 'name', key: 'name' },
    { title: 'Platform', dataIndex: 'platform', key: 'platform' },
    { title: 'Version', dataIndex: 'version', key: 'version' },
    { title: 'Upgraded', dataIndex: 'upgradeNum', key: 'upgradeNum' },
    { title: 'Creator', dataIndex: 'creator', key: 'creator' },
    { title: 'Date', dataIndex: 'createdAt', key: 'createdAt' },
    { title: 'Action', key: 'operation', render: () => <a href="#">Publish</a> },
  ];

  const data = [];
  for (let i = 0; i < 3; ++i) {
    data.push({
      key: i,
      name: 'Screem',
      platform: 'iOS',
      version: '10.3.4.5654',
      upgradeNum: 500,
      creator: 'Jack',
      createdAt: '2014-12-24 23:12:00',
    });
  }

  return (
    <Table
      className="components-table-demo-nested"
      columns={columns}
      expandedRowRender={expandedRowRender}
      dataSource={data}
    />
  );
}

ReactDOM.render(<NestedTable />, mountNode);
.components-table-demo-nested .ant-table-expanded-row > td:last-child {
  padding: 0 48px 0 8px;
}

.components-table-demo-nested .ant-table-expanded-row > td:last-child .ant-table-thead th {
  border-bottom: 1px solid #e9e9e9;
}

.components-table-demo-nested .ant-table-expanded-row > td:last-child .ant-table-thead th:first-child {
  padding-left: 0;
}

.components-table-demo-nested .ant-table-expanded-row > td:last-child .ant-table-row td:first-child {
  padding-left: 0;
}

.components-table-demo-nested .ant-table-expanded-row .ant-table-row:last-child td {
  border: none;
}

.components-table-demo-nested .ant-table-expanded-row .ant-table-thead > tr > th {
  background: none;
}

.components-table-demo-nested .table-operation a:not(:last-child) {
  margin-right: 24px;
}

Select different settings to see the result.

import { Table, Icon, Switch, Radio, Form } from 'antd';
const FormItem = Form.Item;

const columns = [{
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
  key: 'name',
  width: 150,
  render: text => <a href="#">{text}</a>,
}, {
  title: 'Age',
  dataIndex: 'age',
  key: 'age',
  width: 70,
}, {
  title: 'Address',
  dataIndex: 'address',
  key: 'address',
}, {
  title: 'Action',
  key: 'action',
  width: 360,
  render: (text, record) => (
    <span>
      <a href="#">Action 一 {record.name}</a>
      <span className="ant-divider" />
      <a href="#">Delete</a>
      <span className="ant-divider" />
      <a href="#" className="ant-dropdown-link">
        More actions <Icon type="down" />
      </a>
    </span>
  ),
}];

const data = [];
for (let i = 1; i <= 10; i++) {
  data.push({
    key: i,
    name: 'John Brown',
    age: `${i}2`,
    address: `New York No. ${i} Lake Park`,
    description: `My name is John Brown, I am ${i}2 years old, living in New York No. ${i} Lake Park.`,
  });
}

const expandedRowRender = record => <p>{record.description}</p>;
const title = () => 'Here is title';
const showHeader = true;
const footer = () => 'Here is footer';
const scroll = { y: 240 };

class Demo extends React.Component {
  state = {
    bordered: false,
    loading: false,
    pagination: true,
    size: 'default',
    expandedRowRender,
    title,
    showHeader,
    footer,
    rowSelection: {},
    scroll: undefined,
  }

  handleToggle = (prop) => {
    return (enable) => {
      this.setState({ [prop]: enable });
    };
  }

  handleSizeChange = (e) => {
    this.setState({ size: e.target.value });
  }

  handleExpandChange = (enable) => {
    this.setState({ expandedRowRender: enable ? expandedRowRender : false });
  }

  handleTitleChange = (enable) => {
    this.setState({ title: enable ? title : undefined });
  }

  handleHeaderChange = (enable) => {
    this.setState({ showHeader: enable ? showHeader : false });
  }

  handleFooterChange = (enable) => {
    this.setState({ footer: enable ? footer : undefined });
  }

  handleRowSelectionChange = (enable) => {
    this.setState({ rowSelection: enable ? {} : undefined });
  }

  handleScollChange = (enable) => {
    this.setState({ scroll: enable ? scroll : undefined });
  }

  render() {
    const state = this.state;
    return (
      <div>
        <div className="components-table-demo-control-bar">
          <Form layout="inline">
            <FormItem label="Bordered">
              <Switch checked={state.bordered} onChange={this.handleToggle('bordered')} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="loading">
              <Switch checked={state.loading} onChange={this.handleToggle('loading')} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Pagination">
              <Switch checked={state.pagination} onChange={this.handleToggle('pagination')} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Title">
              <Switch checked={!!state.title} onChange={this.handleTitleChange} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Column Header">
              <Switch checked={!!state.showHeader} onChange={this.handleHeaderChange} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Footer">
              <Switch checked={!!state.footer} onChange={this.handleFooterChange} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Expandable">
              <Switch checked={!!state.expandedRowRender} onChange={this.handleExpandChange} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Checkbox">
              <Switch checked={!!state.rowSelection} onChange={this.handleRowSelectionChange} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Fixed Header">
              <Switch checked={!!state.scroll} onChange={this.handleScollChange} />
            </FormItem>
            <FormItem label="Size">
              <Radio.Group size="default" value={state.size} onChange={this.handleSizeChange}>
                <Radio.Button value="default">Default</Radio.Button>
                <Radio.Button value="middle">Middle</Radio.Button>
                <Radio.Button value="small">Small</Radio.Button>
              </Radio.Group>
            </FormItem>
          </Form>
        </div>
        <Table {...this.state} columns={columns} dataSource={data} />
      </div>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<Demo />, mountNode);

API#

Table#

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
rowSelectionrow selection configobjectnull
paginationpagination config, hide it via setting to falseobject
sizesize of table: default, middle or smallstringdefault
dataSourcedata record array to be renderedany[]
columnscolumns of tableColumnProps[]-
rowKeyget row's key, could be a string or functionstring|Function(record):string'key'
rowClassNameget row's classNameFunction(record, index):string-
expandedRowRenderexpanded container render for each rowFunction-
defaultExpandedRowKeysinitial expanded row keysstring[]-
expandedRowKeyscurrent expanded rows keysstring[]-
defaultExpandAllRowsexpand all rows initiallybooleanfalse
onExpandedRowsChangefunction to call when the expanded rows changeFunction(expandedRows)
onExpandfunction to call when click expand iconFunction(expanded, record)
onChangecallback that is called when pagination, filters, sorter is changedFunction(pagination, filters, sorter)
loadingloading status of tablebooleanfalse
localei18n text include filter, sort, empty text...etcobjectfilterConfirm: 'Ok'
filterReset: 'Reset'
emptyText: 'No Data'
Default
indentSizeindex pixel size of tree datanumber15
onRowClickcallback that is called when click a rowFunction(record, index)-
borderedwhether to show table border completelybooleanfalse
showHeaderwhether to show table headerbooleantrue
footertable footer rendererFunction(currentPageData)
titletable title rendererFunction(currentPageData)
scrollwhether table can be scroll in x/y direction, x or y can be a number that indicated the width and height of table bodyobject-

Column#

One of Property columns for descriping column, Column has the same API.

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
titletitle of this columnstring|ReactNode-
keykey of this columnstring-
dataIndexdisplay field of the data record, could be set like a.b.cstring-
renderrenderer of table cell, has three params: text, record and index of this row. The render value should be a ReactNode, or a object for colSpan/rowSpan configFunction(text, record, index) {}-
filtersfilter menu configobject[]-
onFiltercallback that is called when when click confirm filter buttonFunction-
filterMultiplewhether to select multiple filtered itembooleantrue
filterDropdowncustomized filter overlayReactNode-
filterDropdownVisiblewhether filterDropdown is visibleboolean-
onFilterDropdownVisibleChangecalled when filterDropdownVisible is changedfunction(visible) {}-
filteredValuecontrolled filtered value, filter icon will highlight.string[]-
filteredwhether the dataSource is filterdbooleanfalse
filterIconcustomized filter iconReactNodefalse
sortersort function for local sort, see Array.sort's compareFunction. If you need sort buttons only, set it trueFunction|boolean-
colSpanspan of this column's titlenumber
widthwidth of this columnstring|number-
classNameclassName of this columnstring-
fixedset column to be fixed: true(same as left) 'left' 'right'boolean|stringfalse
sortOrdercontrolled sorted value: 'ascend' 'descend' falseboolean|string-
onCellClickcallback when click cellFunction(record, event)-

ColumnGroup#

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
titletitle of the column groupstring|ReactNode-

rowSelection#

Properties for selection.

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
typecheckbox or radiostringcheckbox
selectedRowKeyscontrolled selected row keysstring[][]
onChangecallback that is called when selected rows changeFunction(selectedRowKeys, selectedRows)-
getCheckboxPropsget Checkbox or Radio propsFunction(record)-
onSelectcallback that is called when select/deselect one rowFunction(record, selected, selectedRows)-
onSelectAllcallback that is called when select/deselect allFunction(selected, selectedRows, changeRows)-
onSelectInvertcallback that is called when select invertFunction(selectedRows)-
selectionscustom selection config, show default selections via setting to trueobject[]-

selection#

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
keykey of this selectionstring-
textdisplay text is this selectionstring|React.ReactNode-
onSelectcallback when click this selectionFunction(changeableRowKeys)-

Using in TypeScript#

import { Table } from 'antd';
import { TableColumnConfig } from 'antd/lib/table/Table';

interface IUser {
  key: number,
  name: string;
}

const columns: TableColumnConfig<IUser>[] = [{
  key: 'name',
  title: 'Name',
  dataIndex: 'name',
}];

const data: IUser[] = [{
  key: 0,
  name: 'Jack',
}];

class UserTable extends Table<IUser> {}

<UserTable columns={columns} dataSource={data} />

// Use JSX style API
class NameColumn extends Table.Column<IUser> {}

<UserTable dataSource={data}>
  <NameColumn key="name" title="Name" dataIndex="name" />
</UserTable>

Note#

According to React documentation, every child in array should be assigned a unique key. The value inside dataSource and columns should follow this in Table, and dataSource[i].key would be treated as key value defaultly for dataSource.

If dataSource[i].key is not existed, then you should specify the primary key of dataSource value via rowKey. If not, warnings like above will show in browser console.

// primary key is uid
return <Table rowKey="uid" />;
// or
return <Table rowKey={record => record.uid} />;