Client Table

Getting started with client table

Add the following element to your page wherever you want it to render.

Make sure to wrap it with a parent element you can latch your vue instance into.

<div id="people">
<v-client-table :data="tableData" :columns="columns" :options="options"/>
</div>

Create a new Vue instance (You can also nest it within other components). An example works best to illustrate the syntax:

new Vue({
el: "#people",
data: {
columns: ['id', 'name', 'age'],
tableData: [
{ id: 1, name: "John", age: "20" },
{ id: 2, name: "Jane", age: "24" },
{ id: 3, name: "Susan", age: "16" },
{ id: 4, name: "Chris", age: "55" },
{ id: 5, name: "Dan", age: "40" }
],
options: {
// see the options API
}
}
});

You can access the filtered dataset at any given moment by fetching the `filteredData` computed property of the table, using `ref` as a pointer (`this.$refs.myTable.filteredData`); This will return the current page. To access the entire filtered dataset use `allFilteredData` instead.

When loading data asynchronously add a `v-if` conditional to the component along with some `loaded` flag, so it will only compile once the data is attached.