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Data Grid - Getting started

Get started with the last React data grid you will need. Install the package, configure the columns, provide rows and you are set.

Installation

Using your favorite package manager, install @mui/x-data-grid-pro for the full-featured enterprise grid, or @mui/x-data-grid for the free community version.

// with npm
npm install @mui/x-data-grid@^4.0.0

// with yarn
yarn add @mui/x-data-grid@^4.0.0

The grid has two peer dependencies on Material-UI components. If you are not already using Material-UI in your project, you can install it with:

// with npm
npm install @material-ui/core @material-ui/styles

// with yarn
yarn add @material-ui/core @material-ui/styles

Quick start

First, you have to import the component as below. To avoid name conflicts the component is named DataGridPro for the full-featured enterprise grid, and DataGrid for the free community version.

import { DataGrid } from '@mui/x-data-grid';

Define rows

Rows are key-value pair objects, mapping column names as keys with their values. You should also provide an id property on each row to allow delta updates and better performance.

Here is an example

const rows: GridRowsProp = [
  { id: 1, col1: 'Hello', col2: 'World' },
  { id: 2, col1: 'DataGridPro', col2: 'is Awesome' },
  { id: 3, col1: 'Material-UI', col2: 'is Amazing' },
];

Define columns

Comparable to rows, columns are objects defined with a set of attributes of the GridColDef interface. They are mapped to rows through their field property.

const columns: GridColDef[] = [
  { field: 'col1', headerName: 'Column 1', width: 150 },
  { field: 'col2', headerName: 'Column 2', width: 150 },
];

You can import GridColDef to see all column properties.

Demo

Putting it together, this all you need to get started, as you can see in this live and interactive demo:

import React from 'react';
import { DataGrid, GridRowsProp, GridColDef } from '@mui/x-data-grid';

const rows: GridRowsProp = [
  { id: 1, col1: 'Hello', col2: 'World' },
  { id: 2, col1: 'DataGridPro', col2: 'is Awesome' },
  { id: 3, col1: 'Material-UI', col2: 'is Amazing' },
];

const columns: GridColDef[] = [
  { field: 'col1', headerName: 'Column 1', width: 150 },
  { field: 'col2', headerName: 'Column 2', width: 150 },
];

export default function App() {
  return (
    <div style={{ height: 300, width: '100%' }}>
      <DataGrid rows={rows} columns={columns} />
    </div>
  );
}

Licenses

The data grid comes with two different licenses:

  • DataGrid, it's MIT licensed and available on npm as @mui/x-data-grid.

  • DataGridPro, it's Commercially licensed and available on npm as @mui/x-data-grid-pro. The features only available in the commercial version are suffixed with a icon for the Pro plan or a icon for the Premium plan.

    You can check the feature comparison for more details. See Pricing for details on purchasing licenses.

Try DataGridPro for free

You are free to install and try DataGridPro as long as it is not used for development of a feature intended for production. Please take the component for a test run, no need to contact us.

Invalid license

If you have an enterprise grid running with an expired or missing license key, the grid displays a watermark, and a warning is shown in the console (Material-UI Unlicensed product).

Feature comparison

The following table summarizes the features available in the community DataGrid and enterprise DataGridPro components. All the features of the community version are available in the enterprise one. The enterprise components come in two plans: Pro and Premium.

Features Community Pro Premium
Column
Column groups 馃毀 馃毀 馃毀
Column spanning 馃毀 馃毀 馃毀
Column resizing
Column reorder
Column pinning 馃毀 馃毀
Row
Row sorting
Row height
Row spanning 馃毀 馃毀 馃毀
Row reordering 馃毀 馃毀
Selection
Row selection
Multi-row selection
Range selection 馃毀
Filtering
Quick filter 馃毀 馃毀 馃毀
Column filters
Multi-column filtering
Pagination
Pagination
Pagination > 100 rows per page
Editing
Row editing
Cell editing
Import & export
CSV export
Print 馃毀 馃毀 馃毀
Clipboard 馃毀 馃毀
Excel export 馃毀
Rendering
Customizable components
Column virtualization
Row virtualization > 100 rows
Group & Pivot
Tree data 馃毀 馃毀
Master detail 馃毀 馃毀
Grouping 馃毀
Aggregation 馃毀
Pivoting 馃毀
Misc
Accessibility
Keyboard navigation
Localization

License key installation

Once you purchase a license, you'll receive a license key. This key should be provided to the enterprise package to remove the watermark and the warnings in the console.

import { LicenseInfo } from '@mui/x-data-grid-pro';

LicenseInfo.setLicenseKey(
  'x0jTPl0USVkVZV0SsMjM1kDNyADM5cjM2ETPZJVSQhVRsIDN0YTM6IVREJ1T0b9586ef25c9853decfa7709eee27a1e',
);

The grid checks the key without making any network requests.

What's the expiration policy?

The licenses are perpetual, the license key will work forever. However, access to updates is not. If you install a new version of the component for which the license key has expired, you will trigger a watermark and console message. For instance, if you have a one-year license (default), you are not licensed to install a version that is two years in the future.

Support

For crowdsourced technical questions from expert Material-UI devs in our community. Also frequented by the Material-UI core team.

Post a question

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We use GitHub issues exclusively as a bug and feature request tracker. If you think you have found a bug, or have a new feature idea, please start by making sure it hasn't already been reported or fixed. You can search through existing issues and pull requests to see if someone has reported one similar to yours.

Open an issue

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For crowdsourced technical questions from expert Material-UI devs in our community. Also frequented by the Material-UI core team.

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Enterprise support

We provide a private support channel for enterprise customers.

Roadmap

Here is the public roadmap. It's organized by quarter.

鈿狅笍 Disclaimer: We operate in a dynamic environment, and things are subject to change. The information provided is intended to outline the general framework direction, for informational purposes only. We may decide to add or remove new items at any time, depending on our capability to deliver while meeting our quality standards. The development, releases, and timing of any features or functionality remains at the sole discretion of Material-UI. The roadmap does not represent a commitment, obligation, or promise to deliver at any time.

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