- bit BlazorUI


BitDataGrid is a robust way to display an information-rich collection of items, and allow people to sort, and filter the content. Use a data-grid when information density is critical.


To use this component, you need to install the `Bit.BlazorUI.Extras` nuget package, as described in the Optional steps of the Getting started page.


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BitDataGrid parameters
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Items IQueryable<TGridItem>? null A queryable source of data for the grid. This could be in-memory data converted to queryable using the System.Linq.Queryable.AsQueryable(System.Collections.IEnumerable) extension method, or an EntityFramework DataSet or an IQueryable derived from it. You should supply either Items or ItemsProvider, but not both.
ItemsProvider BitDataGridItemsProvider<TGridItem>? null A callback that supplies data for the rid. You should supply either Items or ItemsProvider, but not both.
Class string? null An optional CSS class name. If given, this will be included in the class attribute of the rendered table.
Theme string? default A theme name, with default value "default". This affects which styling rules match the table.
ChildContent RenderFragment? null Defines the child components of this instance. For example, you may define columns by adding components derived from the BitDataGridColumnBase<TGridItem>
Virtualize bool false If true, the grid will be rendered with virtualization. This is normally used in conjunction with scrolling and causes the grid to fetch and render only the data around the current scroll viewport. This can greatly improve the performance when scrolling through large data sets.
ItemSize float 50 This is applicable only when using Virtualize. It defines an expected height in pixels for each row, allowing the virtualization mechanism to fetch the correct number of items to match the display size and to ensure accurate scrolling.
ResizableColumns bool false If true, renders draggable handles around the column headers, allowing the user to resize the columns manually. Size changes are not persisted.
ItemKey Func<TGridItem, object> x => x! Optionally defines a value for @key on each rendered row. Typically this should be used to specify a unique identifier, such as a primary key value, for each data item. This allows the grid to preserve the association between row elements and data items based on their unique identifiers, even when the TGridItem instances are replaced by new copies (for example, after a new query against the underlying data store). If not set, the @key will be the TGridItem instance itself.
Pagination BitDataGridPaginationState? null Optionally links this BitDataGrid<TGridItem> instance with a BitDataGridPaginationState model, causing the grid to fetch and render only the current page of data. This is normally used in conjunction with a Paginator component or some other UI logic that displays and updates the supplied BitDataGridPaginationState instance.
BitComponentBase parameters
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AriaLabel string? null The aria-label of the control for the benefit of screen readers.
Class string? null Custom CSS class for the root element of the component.
Dir BitDir? null Determines the component direction.
HtmlAttributes Dictionary<string, object> new Dictionary<string, object>() Capture and render additional attributes in addition to the component's parameters.
Id string? null Custom id attribute for the root element. if null the UniqueId will be used instead.
IsEnabled bool true Whether or not the component is enabled.
Style string? null Custom CSS style for the root element of the component.
Visibility BitVisibility BitVisibility.Visible Whether the component is visible, hidden or collapsed.
BitComponentBase public members
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UniqueId Guid Guid.NewGuid() The readonly unique id of the root element. it will be assigned to a new Guid at component instance construction.
RootElement ElementReference The ElementReference of the root element.
BitDataGridColumnBase properties
BitDataGrid has two built-in column types, BitDataGridPropertyColumn and BitDataGridTemplateColumn. You can also create your own column types by subclassing ColumnBase The BitDataGridColumnBase type, which all column must derive from, offers some common parameters
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Title string? null Title text for the column. This is rendered automatically if HeaderTemplate is not used.
Class string? null An optional CSS class name. If specified, this is included in the class attribute of table header and body cells for this column.
Align BitDataGridAlign? null If specified, controls the justification of table header and body cells for this column.
HeaderTemplate RenderFragment<BitDataGridColumnBase<TGridItem>>? null An optional template for this column's header cell. If not specified, the default header template includes the Title along with any applicable sort indicators and options buttons.
ColumnOptions RenderFragment<BitDataGridColumnBase<TGridItem>>? null If specified, indicates that this column has this associated options UI. A button to display this UI will be included in the header cell by default. If HeaderTemplate is used, it is left up to that template to render any relevant "show options" UI and invoke the grid's BitDataGrid<TGridItem>.ShowColumnOptions(BitDataGridColumnBase<TGridItem>)).
Sortable bool? null Indicates whether the data should be sortable by this column. The default value may vary according to the column type (for example, a BitDataGridTemplateColumn<TGridItem> is sortable by default if any BitDataGridTemplateColumn<TGridItem>.SortBy parameter is specified).
IsDefaultSort BitDataGridSortDirection? null If specified and not null, indicates that this column represents the initial sort order for the grid. The supplied value controls the default sort direction.
PlaceholderTemplate RenderFragment<PlaceholderContext>? null If specified, virtualized grids will use this template to render cells whose data has not yet been loaded.
BitDataGridPropertyColumn properties
It is for displaying a single value specified by the parameter Property. This column infers sorting rules automatically, and uses the property's name as its title if not otherwise set.
Default value
Property Expression<Func<TGridItem, TProp>> Defines the value to be displayed in this column's cells.
Format string? null Optionally specifies a format string for the value. Using this requires the TProp type to implement IFormattable.
BitDataGridTemplateColumn properties
It uses arbitrary Razor fragments to supply contents for its cells. It can't infer the column's title or sort order automatically. also it's possible to add arbitrary Blazor components to your table cells. Remember that rendering many components, or many event handlers, can impact the performance of your grid. One way to mitigate this issue is by paginating or virtualizing your grid
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ChildContent RenderFragment<TGridItem> Specifies the content to be rendered for each row in the table.
SortBy BitDataGridSort<TGridItem>? null Optionally specifies sorting rules for this column.
BitDataGridAlign enum
Left 0 Justifies the content against the start of the container.
Center 1 Justifies the content at the center of the container.
Right 2 Justifies the content at the end of the container.
BitVisibility enum
Visible 0 The content of the component is visible.
Hidden 1 The content of the component is hidden, but the space it takes on the page remains (visibility:hidden).
Collapsed 2 The component is hidden (display:none).
BitDir enum
Ltr 0 Ltr (left to right) is to be used for languages that are written from the left to the right (like English).
Rtl 1 Rtl (right to left) is to be used for languages that are written from the right to the left (like Arabic).
Auto 2 Auto lets the user agent decide. It uses a basic algorithm as it parses the characters inside the element until it finds a character with a strong directionality, then applies that directionality to the whole element.