Jenna Compono Naked React Table Component
React Table component, which lets you easily build interactive table components, is coming to React Native.
In an announcement today, Jenna Compono said the React Native Table component would be released on the next version of the React framework, but didn’t give an exact date.
This is not the first time React Native has brought Table components to the ecosystem.
Earlier this year, React Native introduced the React-native-table module, which allows you to write Table components in native code and render them on the server.
However, React-Native Table hasn’t been available in the market for quite some time, until now.
React Native announced the React Table 1.0 release earlier this month, which will include support for Table components natively in React Native 5.0.
React-Navigator and the React Navigator Native Platform team are working to add Table support to React Navigators in a future version of React Native, which could include a new component API and support for tables in other applications.
The table component is one of the first React Native components that’s been made available on the public Internet.
The React Native Team is committed to ensuring the React community has access to the full power of React.
React Table is a very easy-to-use component that uses the React Navigation API to provide table views to the user.
React Navigation uses a collection of navigation controls to show or hide content.
The Navigation API lets you create complex navigation components that are both visual and interactive, but still have an easy- to-use interface.
For example, React Navigators could provide an action bar to show and hide content based on a user’s search terms.
The user can select a specific content to be displayed based on an input.
The navigation controls and actions can be displayed in a variety of ways, including using buttons, swipes, and taps.
React Navigation supports a number of types of content types, including: links and inline content