Tree

When To Use#

Almost anything can be represented in a tree structure. Examples include directories, organization hierarchies, biological classifications, countries, etc. The Tree component is a way of representing the hierarchical relationship between these things. You can also expand, collapse, and select a treeNode within a Tree.

Examples

  • parent 1
    • parent 1-0
      • leaf
      • leaf
    • parent 1-1
      • sss

The most basic usage, tell you how to use checkable, selectable, disabled, defaultExpandKeys, and etc.

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import { Tree } from 'antd';
const TreeNode = Tree.TreeNode;

class Demo extends React.Component {
  onSelect = (selectedKeys, info) => {
    console.log('selected', selectedKeys, info);
  }
  onCheck = (checkedKeys, info) => {
    console.log('onCheck', checkedKeys, info);
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <Tree
        checkable
        defaultExpandedKeys={['0-0-0', '0-0-1']}
        defaultSelectedKeys={['0-0-0', '0-0-1']}
        defaultCheckedKeys={['0-0-0', '0-0-1']}
        onSelect={this.onSelect}
        onCheck={this.onCheck}
      >
        <TreeNode title="parent 1" key="0-0">
          <TreeNode title="parent 1-0" key="0-0-0" disabled>
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-0-0" disableCheckbox />
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-0-1" />
          </TreeNode>
          <TreeNode title="parent 1-1" key="0-0-1">
            <TreeNode title={<span style={{ color: '#08c' }}>sss</span>} key="0-0-1-0" />
          </TreeNode>
        </TreeNode>
      </Tree>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<Demo />, mountNode);
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Drag treeNode to insert after the other treeNode or insert into the other parent TreeNode.

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import { Tree } from 'antd';
const TreeNode = Tree.TreeNode;

const x = 3;
const y = 2;
const z = 1;
const gData = [];

const generateData = (_level, _preKey, _tns) => {
  const preKey = _preKey || '0';
  const tns = _tns || gData;

  const children = [];
  for (let i = 0; i < x; i++) {
    const key = `${preKey}-${i}`;
    tns.push({ title: key, key });
    if (i < y) {
      children.push(key);
    }
  }
  if (_level < 0) {
    return tns;
  }
  const level = _level - 1;
  children.forEach((key, index) => {
    tns[index].children = [];
    return generateData(level, key, tns[index].children);
  });
};
generateData(z);

class Demo extends React.Component {
  state = {
    gData,
    expandedKeys: ['0-0', '0-0-0', '0-0-0-0'],
  }
  onDragEnter = (info) => {
    console.log(info);
    // expandedKeys 需要受控时设置
    // this.setState({
    //   expandedKeys: info.expandedKeys,
    // });
  }
  onDrop = (info) => {
    console.log(info);
    const dropKey = info.node.props.eventKey;
    const dragKey = info.dragNode.props.eventKey;
    const dropPos = info.node.props.pos.split('-');
    const dropPosition = info.dropPosition - Number(dropPos[dropPos.length - 1]);
    // const dragNodesKeys = info.dragNodesKeys;
    const loop = (data, key, callback) => {
      data.forEach((item, index, arr) => {
        if (item.key === key) {
          return callback(item, index, arr);
        }
        if (item.children) {
          return loop(item.children, key, callback);
        }
      });
    };
    const data = [...this.state.gData];
    let dragObj;
    loop(data, dragKey, (item, index, arr) => {
      arr.splice(index, 1);
      dragObj = item;
    });
    if (info.dropToGap) {
      let ar;
      let i;
      loop(data, dropKey, (item, index, arr) => {
        ar = arr;
        i = index;
      });
      if (dropPosition === -1) {
        ar.splice(i, 0, dragObj);
      } else {
        ar.splice(i - 1, 0, dragObj);
      }
    } else {
      loop(data, dropKey, (item) => {
        item.children = item.children || [];
        // where to insert 示例添加到尾部,可以是随意位置
        item.children.push(dragObj);
      });
    }
    this.setState({
      gData: data,
    });
  }
  render() {
    const loop = data => data.map((item) => {
      if (item.children && item.children.length) {
        return <TreeNode key={item.key} title={item.key}>{loop(item.children)}</TreeNode>;
      }
      return <TreeNode key={item.key} title={item.key} />;
    });
    return (
      <Tree
        className="draggable-tree"
        defaultExpandedKeys={this.state.expandedKeys}
        draggable
        onDragEnter={this.onDragEnter}
        onDrop={this.onDrop}
      >
        {loop(this.state.gData)}
      </Tree>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<Demo />, mountNode);
/* You can add the following CSS to your project to make draggable area bigger */
#components-tree-demo-draggable .draggable-tree .ant-tree-node-content-wrapper {
  width: calc(100% - 18px);
}
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basic controlled example

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import { Tree } from 'antd';
const TreeNode = Tree.TreeNode;

const treeData = [{
  title: '0-0',
  key: '0-0',
  children: [{
    title: '0-0-0',
    key: '0-0-0',
    children: [
      { title: '0-0-0-0', key: '0-0-0-0' },
      { title: '0-0-0-1', key: '0-0-0-1' },
      { title: '0-0-0-2', key: '0-0-0-2' },
    ],
  }, {
    title: '0-0-1',
    key: '0-0-1',
    children: [
      { title: '0-0-1-0', key: '0-0-1-0' },
      { title: '0-0-1-1', key: '0-0-1-1' },
      { title: '0-0-1-2', key: '0-0-1-2' },
    ],
  }, {
    title: '0-0-2',
    key: '0-0-2',
  }],
}, {
  title: '0-1',
  key: '0-1',
  children: [
    { title: '0-1-0-0', key: '0-1-0-0' },
    { title: '0-1-0-1', key: '0-1-0-1' },
    { title: '0-1-0-2', key: '0-1-0-2' },
  ],
}, {
  title: '0-2',
  key: '0-2',
}];

class Demo extends React.Component {
  state = {
    expandedKeys: ['0-0-0', '0-0-1'],
    autoExpandParent: true,
    checkedKeys: ['0-0-0'],
    selectedKeys: [],
  }
  onExpand = (expandedKeys) => {
    console.log('onExpand', arguments);
    // if not set autoExpandParent to false, if children expanded, parent can not collapse.
    // or, you can remove all expanded children keys.
    this.setState({
      expandedKeys,
      autoExpandParent: false,
    });
  }
  onCheck = (checkedKeys) => {
    console.log('onCheck', checkedKeys);
    this.setState({ checkedKeys });
  }
  onSelect = (selectedKeys, info) => {
    console.log('onSelect', info);
    this.setState({ selectedKeys });
  }
  renderTreeNodes = (data) => {
    return data.map((item) => {
      if (item.children) {
        return (
          <TreeNode title={item.title} key={item.key} dataRef={item}>
            {this.renderTreeNodes(item.children)}
          </TreeNode>
        );
      }
      return <TreeNode {...item} />;
    });
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <Tree
        checkable
        onExpand={this.onExpand}
        expandedKeys={this.state.expandedKeys}
        autoExpandParent={this.state.autoExpandParent}
        onCheck={this.onCheck}
        checkedKeys={this.state.checkedKeys}
        onSelect={this.onSelect}
        selectedKeys={this.state.selectedKeys}
      >
        {this.renderTreeNodes(treeData)}
      </Tree>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<Demo />, mountNode);
  • Expand to load
  • Expand to load
  • Tree Node

To load data asynchronously when click to expand a treeNode.

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import { Tree } from 'antd';
const TreeNode = Tree.TreeNode;

class Demo extends React.Component {
  state = {
    treeData: [
      { title: 'Expand to load', key: '0' },
      { title: 'Expand to load', key: '1' },
      { title: 'Tree Node', key: '2', isLeaf: true },
    ],
  }
  onLoadData = (treeNode) => {
    return new Promise((resolve) => {
      if (treeNode.props.children) {
        resolve();
        return;
      }
      setTimeout(() => {
        treeNode.props.dataRef.children = [
          { title: 'Child Node', key: `${treeNode.props.eventKey}-0` },
          { title: 'Child Node', key: `${treeNode.props.eventKey}-1` },
        ];
        this.setState({
          treeData: [...this.state.treeData],
        });
        resolve();
      }, 1000);
    });
  }
  renderTreeNodes = (data) => {
    return data.map((item) => {
      if (item.children) {
        return (
          <TreeNode title={item.title} key={item.key} dataRef={item}>
            {this.renderTreeNodes(item.children)}
          </TreeNode>
        );
      }
      return <TreeNode {...item} dataRef={item} />;
    });
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <Tree loadData={this.onLoadData}>
        {this.renderTreeNodes(this.state.treeData)}
      </Tree>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<Demo />, mountNode);
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    • parent 1-0
      • leaf
      • leaf
      • leaf
    • parent 1-1
    • parent 1-2

Tree With Line

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import { Tree } from 'antd';
const TreeNode = Tree.TreeNode;

class Demo extends React.Component {
  onSelect = (selectedKeys, info) => {
    console.log('selected', selectedKeys, info);
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <Tree
        showLine
        defaultExpandedKeys={['0-0-0']}
        onSelect={this.onSelect}
      >
        <TreeNode title="parent 1" key="0-0">
          <TreeNode title="parent 1-0" key="0-0-0">
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-0-0" />
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-0-1" />
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-0-2" />
          </TreeNode>
          <TreeNode title="parent 1-1" key="0-0-1">
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-1-0" />
          </TreeNode>
          <TreeNode title="parent 1-2" key="0-0-2">
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-2-0" />
            <TreeNode title="leaf" key="0-0-2-1" />
          </TreeNode>
        </TreeNode>
      </Tree>
    );
  }
}

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

API#

Tree props#

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
autoExpandParentWhether to automatically expand a parent treeNodebooleantrue
checkableAdds a Checkbox before the treeNodesbooleanfalse
checkedKeys(Controlled) Specifies the keys of the checked treeNodes (PS: When this specifies the key of a treeNode which is also a parent treeNode, all the children treeNodes of will be checked; and vice versa, when it specifies the key of a treeNode which is a child treeNode, its parent treeNode will also be checked. When checkable and checkStrictly is true, its object has checked and halfChecked property. Regardless of whether the child or parent treeNode is checked, they won't impact each other.string[] | {checked: string[], halfChecked: string[]}[]
checkStrictlyCheck treeNode precisely; parent treeNode and children treeNodes are not associatedbooleanfalse
defaultCheckedKeysSpecifies the keys of the default checked treeNodesstring[][]
defaultExpandAllWhether to expand all treeNodes by defaultbooleanfalse
defaultExpandedKeysSpecify the keys of the default expanded treeNodesstring[][]
defaultSelectedKeysSpecifies the keys of the default selected treeNodesstring[][]
draggableSpecifies whether this Tree is draggable (IE > 8)booleanfalse
expandedKeys(Controlled) Specifies the keys of the expanded treeNodesstring[][]
filterTreeNodeDefines a function to filter (highlight) treeNodes. When the function returns true, the corresponding treeNode will be highlightedfunction(node)-
loadDataLoad data asynchronouslyfunction(node)-
multipleAllows selecting multiple treeNodesbooleanfalse
selectedKeys(Controlled) Specifies the keys of the selected treeNodesstring[]-
showIconShows the icon before a TreeNode's title. There is no default style; you must set a custom style for it if set to truebooleanfalse
showLineShows a connecting linebooleanfalse
onCheckCallback function for when the onCheck event occursfunction(checkedKeys, e:{checked: bool, checkedNodes, node, event})-
onDragEndCallback function for when the onDragEnd event occursfunction({event, node})-
onDragEnterCallback function for when the onDragEnter event occursfunction({event, node, expandedKeys})-
onDragLeaveCallback function for when the onDragLeave event occursfunction({event, node})-
onDragOverCallback function for when the onDragOver event occursfunction({event, node})-
onDragStartCallback function for when the onDragStart event occursfunction({event, node})-
onDropCallback function for when the onDrop event occursfunction({event, node, dragNode, dragNodesKeys})-
onExpandCallback function for when a treeNode is expanded or collapsedfunction(expandedKeys, {expanded: bool, node})-
onRightClickCallback function for when the user right clicks a treeNodefunction({event, node})-
onSelectCallback function for when the user clicks a treeNodefunction(selectedKeys, e:{selected: bool, selectedNodes, node, event})-

TreeNode props#

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
disableCheckboxDisables the checkbox of the treeNodebooleanfalse
disabledDisables the treeNodebooleanfalse
selectableSet whether the treeNode can be selectedbooleantrue
isLeafDetermines if this is a leaf node(effective when loadData is specified)booleanfalse
keyUsed with (default)ExpandedKeys / (default)CheckedKeys / (default)SelectedKeys. P.S.: It must be unique in all of treeNodes of the tree!stringinternal calculated position of treeNode
titleTitlestring|ReactNode'---'

Note#

The number of treeNodes can be very large, but when checkable=true, it will increase the compute time. So, we cache some calculations (e.g. this.treeNodesStates) to avoid double computing. But, this brings some restrictions. When you load treeNodes asynchronously, you should render tree like this:

{this.state.treeData.length
  ? <Tree>{this.state.treeData.map(data => <TreeNode />)}</Tree>
  : 'loading tree'}