selectabular
Selection utilities
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Selectabular - Selection utilities

Common functionalities when dealing with table rows.

  • (De)-Selecting
  • Filtering
  • Toggling

API

import * as select from 'selectabular';

// Or you can cherry-pick
import { all } from 'selectabular';
import { all as selectAll } from 'selectabular';

select.all(rows) => [<row>]

  • Returned rows is an array where each row has a .selected=true attribute

select.none(rows) => [<row>]

  • Returned rows is an array where each row has a .selected=false attribute

select.rows(filter)(rows) => { rows: [<row>], selectedRows: [<matchingRow>]}

Given a filter, it will select the matching rows and return them:

const initRows = [
  { id: 10, selected: true, product: 'apple', company: 'Apple Inc', price: 1.5, stock: 300 },
  { id: 11, product: 'pear', company: 'Pear Inc', price: 3, stock: 1000 },
  { id: 12, product: 'grape', company: 'Grapesoft', price: 22.1, stock: 18 },
  { id: 13, product: 'banana', company: 'Banana Tech', price: 12, stock: 9 }
];
const myfilter = row => row.price > 5
const {rows, selectedRows: result } = selectabular.rows(myfilter)(initRows);
>> result
[
  { id: 12,  product: 'grape', company: 'Grapesoft', price: 22.1, stock: 18 },
  { id: 13,  product: 'banana', company: 'Banana Tech', price: 12, stock: 9 }
];
>> rows
[
  { id: 10, selected: true, product: 'apple', company: 'Apple Inc', price: 1.5, stock: 300 },
  { id: 11, product: 'pear', company: 'Pear Inc', price: 3, stock: 1000 },
  { id: 12, selected: true, product: 'grape', company: 'Grapesoft', price: 22.1, stock: 18 },
  { id: 13, selected: true, product: 'banana', company: 'Banana Tech', price: 12, stock: 9 }
];

Important!

  • rows does not toggle the rows that do not match the filter; please use select.none a priori for that.
  • As shown in the example, rows, and selectedRows are internal variable names, used in the implementation; which can be easily renamed inline (See example where selectedRows is renamed to result)

select.toggle(filter)(rows) => [<row>]

  • Input rows where each filter-matching row is toggled its selected attribute.
const initRows = [
  { id: 10, selected: false, product: 'apple', company: 'Apple Inc', price: 1.5, stock: 300 },
  { id: 11, selected: true, product: 'pear', company: 'Pear Inc', price: 3, stock: 1000 },
  { id: 12, product: 'grape', company: 'Grapesoft', price: 22.1, stock: 18 },
  { id: 13, product: 'banana', company: 'Banana Tech', price: 12, stock: 9 }
];
const filter = row => row.id < 12
const result = selectabular.toggle(filter)(initRows);
 >> result
[
  { id: 10, selected: true, product: 'apple', company: 'Apple Inc', price: 1.5, stock: 300 },
  { id: 11, selected: false, product: 'pear', company: 'Pear Inc', price: 3, stock: 1000 },
  { id: 12, product: 'grape', company: 'Grapesoft', price: 22.1, stock: 18 },
  { id: 13, product: 'banana', company: 'Banana Tech', price: 12, stock: 9 }
];

React Helpers

Selecting by Arrow Keys

There's a single React specific helper that makes it easier to track up/down arrows. The API consists of a single higher order function: select.byArrowKeys({ rows: <rows>, selectedRowIndex: <number>, onSelectRow: (selectedRowIndex) => <any>})(<React element>) => <React element>

If there is a selection (selectedRowIndex), then it triggers onSelectRow with the new selectedRowIndex which you can then use to update your selection state.

How to Use?

The following example illustrates how to use the functionality with a Reactabular based table. Selection is tracked per row to comply with Reactabular's strict shouldComponentUpdate. This allows it to tell apart the rows that have changed while maintaining good performance.

You can select a row by clicking in the following example. If there's a selection, you can move up and down using the arrow keys.

/*
import React from 'react';
import classnames from 'classnames';
import cloneDeep from 'lodash/cloneDeep';
import find from 'lodash/find';
import findIndex from 'lodash/findIndex';
import { compose } from 'redux';
import * as Table from 'reactabular-table';
import * as select from 'selectabular';
*/

const rows = [
  {
    id: 100,
    name: 'Adam',
    age: 55
  },
  {
    id: 102,
    name: 'Joe',
    age: 12
  },
  {
    id: 101,
    name: 'Brian',
    age: 62
  },
  {
    id: 103,
    name: 'Mike',
    age: 22
  },
  {
    id: 104,
    name: 'Jack',
    age: 33
  }
];

const columns = [
  {
    property: 'name',
    header: {
      label: 'Name'
    }
  },
  {
    property: 'age',
    header: {
      label: 'Age'
    }
  }
];

class SelectionTable extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);

    this.state = {
      rows,
      columns,
      selectedRows: []
    };

    this.onRow = this.onRow.bind(this);
    this.onSelectRow = this.onSelectRow.bind(this);
    this.getSelectedRowIndex = this.getSelectedRowIndex.bind(this);
  }
  render() {
    const { columns, rows, selectedRows } = this.state;
    const selectedRowIndex = this.getSelectedRowIndex(selectedRows);

    return select.byArrowKeys({
      rows,
      selectedRowIndex,
      onSelectRow: this.onSelectRow
    })(
      <div>
        <Table.Provider
          className="pure-table pure-table-striped"
          columns={columns}
        >
          <Table.Header />

          <Table.Body
            rows={rows}
            rowKey="id"
            onRow={this.onRow}
          />

          <tfoot>
            <tr>
              <td>Selected: {selectedRows[0] && selectedRows[0].name}</td>
              <td></td>
            </tr>
          </tfoot>
        </Table.Provider>
      </div>
    );
  }
  onRow(row, { rowIndex }) {
    return {
      className: classnames(
        rowIndex % 2 ? 'odd-row' : 'even-row',
        row.selected && 'selected-row'
      ),
      onClick: () => this.onSelectRow(rowIndex)
    };
  }
  onSelectRow(selectedRowIndex) {
    const { rows } = this.state;
    const selectedRowId = rows[selectedRowIndex].id;

    this.setState(
      compose(
        select.rows(row => row.id === selectedRowId),
        select.none
      )(rows)
    );
  }
  getSelectedRowIndex(selectedRows) {
    return findIndex(this.state.rows, {
      id: selectedRows[0] && selectedRows[0].id
    });
  }
}

<SelectionTable />

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