Cell render being constantly updated in useTable columns

cell: ({ getValue }) => { console.log('Cell render called'); return statusLabels[getValue()] || "Unknown"; },
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Hi @Matt. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- To address the issue of the cell render function being constantly updated in useTable columns, you can ensure that the function is not redefined on every render. This can be achieved by defining the function outside of the component or by using useCallback to memoize the function. Here is an example of how you can use useCallback to memoize the cell render function:
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';

const statusLabels = {
1: "Active",
2: "Inactive",
// Add other status labels as needed
};

const MyComponent = () => {
const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "status",
accessorKey: "status",
header: "Status",
cell: useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
console.log('Cell render called');
return statusLabels[getValue()] || "Unknown";
}, []),
},
// Add other columns as needed
], []);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });

return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';

const statusLabels = {
1: "Active",
2: "Inactive",
// Add other status labels as needed
};

const MyComponent = () => {
const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "status",
accessorKey: "status",
header: "Status",
cell: useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
console.log('Cell render called');
return statusLabels[getValue()] || "Unknown";
}, []),
},
// Add other columns as needed
], []);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });

return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};
In this example, the cell function is memoized using useCallback, which ensures that the function is not recreated on every render, thus preventing unnecessary updates. For more information on using useTable and customizing columns, you can refer to the refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/tanstack-table/use-table#sorting). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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quickest-silver
quickest-silver3w ago
@kapa.ai tabSkills.tsx:66 Warning: Do not call Hooks inside useEffect(...), useMemo(...), or other built-in Hooks. You can only call Hooks at the top level of your React function. For more information, se
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The warning you're encountering, "Do not call Hooks inside useEffect(...), useMemo(...), or other built-in Hooks," indicates that you are violating the Rules of Hooks in React. Hooks should only be called at the top level of your React function, not inside loops, conditions, or nested functions. To resolve this issue, ensure that all your hooks are called at the top level of your functional component. Here is an example of how you might refactor your code to comply with the Rules of Hooks: Example Refactor If you have something like this:
useEffect(() => {
useSomeHook(); // This is incorrect
}, []);
useEffect(() => {
useSomeHook(); // This is incorrect
}, []);
You should refactor it to:
const someValue = useSomeHook(); // Call the hook at the top level

useEffect(() => {
// Use someValue inside the effect
}, [someValue]);
const someValue = useSomeHook(); // Call the hook at the top level

useEffect(() => {
// Use someValue inside the effect
}, [someValue]);
Specific Case in useMemo If you are using hooks inside useMemo, you should refactor it similarly. For example:
const memoizedValue = useMemo(() => {
const someValue = useSomeHook(); // This is incorrect
return computeSomething(someValue);
}, []);
const memoizedValue = useMemo(() => {
const someValue = useSomeHook(); // This is incorrect
return computeSomething(someValue);
}, []);
Refactor it to:
const someValue = useSomeHook(); // Call the hook at the top level

const memoizedValue = useMemo(() => {
return computeSomething(someValue);
}, [someValue]);
const someValue = useSomeHook(); // Call the hook at the top level

const memoizedValue = useMemo(() => {
return computeSomething(someValue);
}, [someValue]);
Relevant Information from Knowledge Sources From the knowledge sources provided, there are relevant examples and explanations about the correct usage of hooks: 1. Issue with useMemo in Documentation: - The issue #2339 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/2339) mentions that React.useMemo should not be placed outside of the React component and should be correctly placed under other hooks and before the return statement. 2. Issue with useEffect and useMemo: - The issue #3089 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/3089) discusses a similar problem where hooks were incorrectly used inside useMemo, leading to warnings. By ensuring that all hooks are called at the top level of your React function, you can avoid these warnings and adhere to the Rules of Hooks. For more detailed information, you can refer to the React documentation on the Rules of Hooks (https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-rules.html). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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quickest-silver
quickest-silver3w ago
@kapa.ai can you provide a full implementation of this cell: ({ getValue }) => { console.log('Cell render called'); return statusLabels[getValue()] || "Unknown"; }, Given that feedback
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Certainly! Below is a full implementation of the cell function using useCallback to ensure it is not redefined on every render. This will help avoid unnecessary re-renders and adhere to the Rules of Hooks. Full Implementation
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';

const statusLabels = {
1: "Active",
2: "Inactive",
// Add other status labels as needed
};

const MyComponent = () => {
const memoizedCellRender = useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
console.log('Cell render called');
return statusLabels[getValue()] || "Unknown";
}, []);

const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "status",
accessorKey: "status",
header: "Status",
cell: memoizedCellRender,
},
// Add other columns as needed
], [memoizedCellRender]);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });

return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};

export default MyComponent;
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';

const statusLabels = {
1: "Active",
2: "Inactive",
// Add other status labels as needed
};

const MyComponent = () => {
const memoizedCellRender = useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
console.log('Cell render called');
return statusLabels[getValue()] || "Unknown";
}, []);

const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "status",
accessorKey: "status",
header: "Status",
cell: memoizedCellRender,
},
// Add other columns as needed
], [memoizedCellRender]);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });

return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};

export default MyComponent;
Explanation 1. Memoizing the Cell Render Function: - The memoizedCellRender function is defined using useCallback to ensure it is not recreated on every render. - This function logs a message to the console and returns the appropriate status label based on the value retrieved by getValue. 2. Defining Columns with useMemo: - The columns array is defined using React.useMemo to memoize the columns configuration, which includes the memoizedCellRender function for the cell property. 3. Using useTable: - The useTable hook is used to get the necessary methods and properties for rendering the table, such as getHeaderGroups and getRowModel. 4. Rendering the Table: - The table is rendered using the data and methods provided by useTable, ensuring that the memoizedCellRender function is used for rendering the cells. By following this implementation, you ensure that the cell function is not redefined on every render, which helps in optimizing the performance of your React component. For more information on using useTable and customizing columns, you can refer to the refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/tanstack-table/use-table#sorting). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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quickest-silver
quickest-silver3w ago
Can you do the same for this one cell: ({ getValue }) => { const skillId = getValue(); const href = /apps/builder/edit/${app_id}/skills/${skillId}; return ( <Group spacing="xs" noWrap> <a href={href} className="gradient_anim_btn" style={{ textDecoration: 'none', display: 'inline-block' }}> Edit </a> </Group> ); }, @kapa.ai Can you do the same for this one cell: ({ getValue }) => { const skillId = getValue(); const href = /apps/builder/edit/${app_id}/skills/${skillId}; return ( <Group spacing="xs" noWrap> <a href={href} className="gradient_anim_btn" style={{ textDecoration: 'none', display: 'inline-block' }}> Edit </a> </Group> ); },
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Certainly! Below is a full implementation of the cell function using useCallback to ensure it is not redefined on every render. This will help avoid unnecessary re-renders and adhere to the Rules of Hooks. Full Implementation
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';

const MyComponent = ({ app_id }) => {
const memoizedCellRender = useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
const skillId = getValue();
const href = `/apps/builder/edit/${app_id}/skills/${skillId}`;
return (
<Group spacing="xs" noWrap>
<a href={href} className="gradient_anim_btn" style={{ textDecoration: 'none', display: 'inline-block' }}>
Edit
</a>
</Group>
);
}, [app_id]);

const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "skills",
accessorKey: "skills",
header: "Skills",
cell: memoizedCellRender,
},
// Add other columns as needed
], [memoizedCellRender]);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });

return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};
export default MyComponent;
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';

const MyComponent = ({ app_id }) => {
const memoizedCellRender = useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
const skillId = getValue();
const href = `/apps/builder/edit/${app_id}/skills/${skillId}`;
return (
<Group spacing="xs" noWrap>
<a href={href} className="gradient_anim_btn" style={{ textDecoration: 'none', display: 'inline-block' }}>
Edit
</a>
</Group>
);
}, [app_id]);

const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "skills",
accessorKey: "skills",
header: "Skills",
cell: memoizedCellRender,
},
// Add other columns as needed
], [memoizedCellRender]);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });

return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};
export default MyComponent;
Explanation 1. Memoizing the Cell Render Function: - The memoizedCellRender function is defined using useCallback to ensure it is not recreated on every render. - This function retrieves the skillId using getValue, constructs the href URL, and returns a JSX element containing a link. 2. Defining Columns with useMemo: - The columns array is defined using React.useMemo to memoize the columns configuration, which includes the memoizedCellRender function for the cell property. 3. Using useTable: - The useTable hook is used to get the necessary methods and properties for rendering the table, such as getHeaderGroups and getRowModel. 4. Rendering the Table: - The table is rendered using the data and methods provided by useTable, ensuring that the memoizedCellRender function is used for rendering the cells. By following this implementation, you ensure that the cell function is not redefined on every render, which helps in optimizing the performance of your React component. For more information on using useTable and customizing columns, you can refer to the refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/tanstack-table/use-table#sorting). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai3w ago
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quickest-silver
quickest-silver3w ago
Last one can you do it for the filter function too cell: memoizedStatusCellRender, meta: { filterElement: function render(props: FilterElementProps) { return ( <Select {...props} {...statusOpts} /> ); }, filterOperator: "eq", }, @kapa.ai can you do it for the filter function too cell: memoizedStatusCellRender, meta: { filterElement: function render(props: FilterElementProps) { return ( <Select {...props} {...statusOpts} /> ); }, filterOperator: "eq", },
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Certainly! Below is a full implementation of the cell function and the filterElement function using useCallback to ensure they are not redefined on every render. This will help avoid unnecessary re-renders and adhere to the Rules of Hooks. Full Implementation
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Select } from '@refinedev/antd';

const statusOpts = [
{ label: 'Active', value: 1 },
{ label: 'Inactive', value: 2 },
// Add other status options as needed
];

const MyComponent = ({ app_id }) => {
const memoizedStatusCellRender = useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
const skillId = getValue();
const href = `/apps/builder/edit/${app_id}/skills/${skillId}`;
return (
<Group spacing="xs" noWrap>
<a href={href} className="gradient_anim_btn" style={{ textDecoration: 'none', display: 'inline-block' }}>
Edit
</a>
</Group>
);
}, [app_id]);

const memoizedFilterElement = useCallback((props) => {
return (
<Select
{...props}
{...statusOpts}
/>
);
}, []);

const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "skills",
accessorKey: "skills",
header: "Skills",
cell: memoizedStatusCellRender,
meta: {
filterElement: memoizedFilterElement,
filterOperator: "eq",
},
},
// Add other columns as needed
], [memoizedStatusCellRender, memoizedFilterElement]);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });
return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};

export default MyComponent;
import React, { useCallback } from 'react';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Select } from '@refinedev/antd';

const statusOpts = [
{ label: 'Active', value: 1 },
{ label: 'Inactive', value: 2 },
// Add other status options as needed
];

const MyComponent = ({ app_id }) => {
const memoizedStatusCellRender = useCallback(({ getValue }) => {
const skillId = getValue();
const href = `/apps/builder/edit/${app_id}/skills/${skillId}`;
return (
<Group spacing="xs" noWrap>
<a href={href} className="gradient_anim_btn" style={{ textDecoration: 'none', display: 'inline-block' }}>
Edit
</a>
</Group>
);
}, [app_id]);

const memoizedFilterElement = useCallback((props) => {
return (
<Select
{...props}
{...statusOpts}
/>
);
}, []);

const columns = React.useMemo(() => [
{
id: "skills",
accessorKey: "skills",
header: "Skills",
cell: memoizedStatusCellRender,
meta: {
filterElement: memoizedFilterElement,
filterOperator: "eq",
},
},
// Add other columns as needed
], [memoizedStatusCellRender, memoizedFilterElement]);

const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
// Other necessary hooks and methods
} = useTable({ columns });
return (
<table>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{header.isPlaceholder ? null : flexRender(header.column.columnDef.header, header.getContext())}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</table>
);
};

export default MyComponent;
Explanation 1. Memoizing the Cell Render Function: - The memoizedStatusCellRender function is defined using useCallback to ensure it is not recreated on every render. - This function retrieves the skillId using getValue, constructs the href URL, and returns a JSX element containing a link. 2. Memoizing the Filter Element Function: - The memoizedFilterElement function is defined using useCallback to ensure it is not recreated on every render. - This function returns a Select component with the necessary props and options. 3. Defining Columns with useMemo: - The columns array is defined using React.useMemo to memoize the columns configuration, which includes the memoizedStatusCellRender function for the cell property and the memoizedFilterElement function for ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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