Table

# Basics

Styled tables can be created using the moonshine::table component.

<x-moonshine::table
:columns="[
'#', 'First', 'Last', 'Email'
]"
:values="[
[1, fake()->firstName(), fake()->lastName(), fake()->safeEmail()],
[2, fake()->firstName(), fake()->lastName(), fake()->safeEmail()],
[3, fake()->firstName(), fake()->lastName(), fake()->safeEmail()]
]"
/>
# First Last Email
1 Mercedes Bayer dickens.mallie@example.com
2 Jena Reichert lura.torphy@example.net
3 Tianna Brekke green.saul@example.org

# Simplified view

The simple parameter allows you to create a simplified table view.

<x-moonshine::table
:simple="true"
:columns="[
'#', 'First', 'Last', 'Email'
]"
:values="[
[1, fake()->firstName(), fake()->lastName(), fake()->safeEmail()],
[2, fake()->firstName(), fake()->lastName(), fake()->safeEmail()],
[3, fake()->firstName(), fake()->lastName(), fake()->safeEmail()]
]"
/>
# First Last Email
1 Rosetta Runolfsson leonora.green@example.net
2 Mekhi Bruen davion.shanahan@example.org
3 Hope Green yundt.gordon@example.net

# Missing elements

The notfound parameter allows you to display a message if there are no table elements.

<x-moonshine::table
:columns="[
'#', 'First', 'Last', 'Email'
]"
:notfound="true"
/>

Records not found

# Slots

A table can be formed using slots.

<x-moonshine::table>
<x-slot:thead class="text-center">
<th colspan="4">Header</th>
</x-slot:thead>
<x-slot:tbody>
<tr>
<th>1</th>
<th>{{ fake()->firstName() }}</th>
<th>{{ fake()->lastName() }}</th>
<th>{{ fake()->safeEmail() }}</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<th>2</th>
<th>{{ fake()->firstName() }}</th>
<th>{{ fake()->lastName() }}</th>
<th>{{ fake()->safeEmail() }}</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<th>3</th>
<th>{{ fake()->firstName() }}</th>
<th>{{ fake()->lastName() }}</th>
<th>{{ fake()->safeEmail() }}</th>
</tr>
</x-slot:tbody>
<x-slot:tfoot class="text-center">
<td colspan="4">Footer</td>
</x-slot:tfoot>
</x-moonshine::table>
Header
1 Deontae Gaylord konopelski.melisa@example.com
2 Beau Barrows humberto55@example.net
3 Alfreda Wyman leone.tromp@example.org
Footer

# Stylization

To style a table, there are predefined classes that can be used for tr / td.

Available classes:

bgc-purple bgc-pink bgc-blue bgc-green bgc-yellow bgc-red bgc-gray bgc-primary bgc-secondary bgc-success bgc-warning bgc-error bgc-info

<x-moonshine::table>
<x-slot:thead class="bgc-secondary text-center">
<th colspan="3">Header</th>
</x-slot:thead>
<x-slot:tbody>
<tr>
<th class="bgc-pink">{{ fake()->firstName() }}</th>
<th class="bgc-gray">{{ fake()->lastName() }}</th>
<th class="bgc-purple">{{ fake()->safeEmail() }}</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<th class="bgc-green">{{ fake()->firstName() }}</th>
<th class="bgc-red">{{ fake()->lastName() }}</th>
<th class="bgc-yellow">{{ fake()->safeEmail() }}</th>
</tr>
</x-slot:tbody>
</x-moonshine::table>
Header
Lacy Raynor kenny71@example.net
Wallace Carter robert52@example.com