Mohammad Faisal
Oct 22, 2021 ⋅ 9 min read

Using material-table in React to build feature-rich data tables

Mohammad Faisal I am a full-stack software engineer working with the MERN stack. Also, I am a blogger in my free time and love to write about various technical topics.

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3 Replies to "Using material-table in React to build feature-rich data tables"

  1. Hi great article.
    One thing though. Since the original owner abandoned the library, I would recommend used the actively supported community fork material-table-core. With many bug fixes, we also provide support for Mui v5 via the @next tag.

  2. I really love how this article covers everything and its super clear to understand.
    I believe there is one small section missing though.
    In the custom rendering section where the image is added to the table, shows the change to the data including the image URL, but there is no code example showing how to create a custom row and pass an avatar component to it. Or did I miss something?

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