React — how to create dynamic table

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In this article, I would like to show you how to create a dynamic table in React.

Before we start, I would highly recommend you to check out runnable examples for the solution on our website:
How to create customized dynamic table in React

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Below example presents how to create a dynamic table from an array. Example table should consist of a header and some data records. While creating such records use map() function to convert them into elements.
Remember that each record should have a unique key 🗝️ - it helps React optimally manage changes in the DOM. Such a key may be, for example, the id assigned to an element of the table.

You can run this example here

That’s how it works.
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