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Add Material-UI Table In ReactJS Application

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Add Material-UI Table In ReactJS Application

Take a look at how you can use React.js to make a Material-UI in React applications.

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Introduction

In this article, we will learn how to use the Material-UI Table in React applications. Material UI is one of the most popular UI frameworks developed by Google. The Material UI library is designed for faster, easier, and developer-friendly user interface development. Now Material-UI is supported in all major browsers and platforms.

Prerequisites

  • We should have the basic knowledge of React.js and Web API.
  • Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code IDE should be installed on your system.
  • SQL Server Management Studio
  • Basic knowledge of React strap and HTML

Implementation Steps

  • Create a database and table
  • Create Asp.net Web API Project
  • Create React App
  • Install Material-UI
  • Install Axios 

You may also enjoy: How to Learn React.js, Part 1: The React Road Map for Modern Web Developers 

Create a Table in The Database

Open SQL Server Management Studio, create a database named "Employee," and in this database, create a table. Give that table a name like "Employee."

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CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Employee](    
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    [Id] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,    
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    [Name] [varchar](50) NULL,    
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    [Age] [int] NULL,    
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    [Address] [varchar](50) NULL,    
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    [City] [varchar](50) NULL,    
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    [ContactNum] [varchar](50) NULL,    
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    [Salary] [decimal](18, 0) NULL,    
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    [Department] [varchar](50) NULL,    
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 CONSTRAINT [PK_Employee] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED     
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(    
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    [Id] ASC    
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)WITH (PAD_INDEX = OFF, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE = OFF, IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS = ON, ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS = ON) ON [PRIMARY]    
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) ON [PRIMARY]    
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GO 


Now add a demo data in this table.

Create a New Web API Project

Open Visual Studio and create a new project.

Create new project

Create new project

Change the name to MatUITable.

Changing the name

Changing the name

Choose the template "Web API."

Choosing a template

Choosing a template

Right-click the Models folder from Solution Explorer and go to Add >> New Item >> Data.

Add data

Add data

Click on the "ADO.NET Entity Data Model" option and click "Add."

Add ADO.NET Entity Data Model

Add ADO.NET Entity Data Model

Select EF Designer from the database and click the "Next" button. 

Select EF Designer

Select EF Designer

Add the connection properties and select database name on the next page and click OK.

Add connections properties

Add connections properties

Check the "Table" checkbox. The internal options will be selected by default. Now, click the "Finish" button.

Finished

Finished

Now, our data model is successfully created. 

Right-click on the Controllers folder and add a new controller. Name it "Employee controller" and add the following namespace in the Employee controller.

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using MatUITable.Models; 


Now add a method to fetch data from the database.

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[HttpGet]  
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[Route("employee")]  
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public object Getrecord()  
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{  
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    var emp = DB.Employees.ToList();  
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    return emp;  
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} 


Complete Employee Controller Code

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using System;  
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using System.Collections.Generic;  
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using System.Linq;  
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using System.Net;  
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using System.Net.Http;  
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using System.Web.Http;  
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using MatUITable.Models;  
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namespace MatUITable.Controllers  
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{  
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    [RoutePrefix("Api/Emp")]  
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    public class EmployeeController : ApiController  
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    {  
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        EmployeeEntities DB = new EmployeeEntities();  
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        [HttpGet]  
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        [Route("employee")]  
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        public object Getrecord()  
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        {  
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            var emp = DB.Employees.ToList();  
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            return emp;  
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        }  
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    }  
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} 


Now, let's enable CORS. Go to Tools, open NuGet Package Manager, search for CORS, and install the "Microsoft.Asp.Net.WebApi.Cors" package. Open Webapiconfig.cs and add the following lines.

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EnableCorsAttribute cors = new EnableCorsAttribute("*", "*", "*");        
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config.EnableCors(cors); 


Create ReactJS Project

Now let's first create a React application with the following command.

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npx create-react-app matform 


Open the newly created project in Visual Studio Code and install Material-UI. 

Install Material-UI

Now Install Material-UI by using the following command:

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npm install @material-ui/core --save


 Now install the Axios library by using the following command. Learn more about Axios here.

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npm install --save axios  


Now go to the src folder and add two new components; in one component we are going to use classes and in another, we will use Hooks.

  • MatTable.js
  • MatPaginationTable.js

Now open MatTable.js component and import required reference for material UI table.

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import Table from '@material-ui/core/Table';  
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import TableBody from '@material-ui/core/TableBody';  
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import TableCell from '@material-ui/core/TableCell';  
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import TableContainer from '@material-ui/core/TableContainer';  
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import TableHead from '@material-ui/core/TableHead';  
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import TableRow from '@material-ui/core/TableRow';  
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import Paper from '@material-ui/core/Paper';

 Add the following code in this component.

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import React, { Component } from 'react'  
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import Table from '@material-ui/core/Table';  
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import TableBody from '@material-ui/core/TableBody';  
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import TableCell from '@material-ui/core/TableCell';  
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import TableContainer from '@material-ui/core/TableContainer';  
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import TableHead from '@material-ui/core/TableHead';  
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import TableRow from '@material-ui/core/TableRow';  
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import Paper from '@material-ui/core/Paper';  
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import axios from 'axios';  
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export class MatTable extends Component {  
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  constructor(props) {  
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    super(props)  
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    this.state = {  
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      ProductData: []  
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  }  
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  componentDidMount() {  
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    axios.get('http://localhost:51760/Api/Emp/employee').then(response => {  
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      console.log(response.data);  
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      this.setState({  
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        ProductData: response.data  
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      });  
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    });  
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  }  
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  render() {  
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    console.log(this.state.ProductData);  
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    return (  
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      <TableContainer component={Paper}>  
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        <Table stickyHeader  aria-label="sticky table">  
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          <TableHead>  
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            <TableRow>  
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              <TableCell>Id</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Name</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Age</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Address</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">City</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">ContactNum</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Salary</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell style={{paddingRight:"60px"}} align="right" >Department</TableCell>  
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            </TableRow>  
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          </TableHead>  
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          <TableBody>  
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            {  
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              this.state.ProductData.map((p, index) => {  
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                return <TableRow key={index}>  
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                  <TableCell component="th" scope="row">  
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                    {p.Id}  
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                  </TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell align="right">{p.Name}</TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell align="right">{p.Age}</TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell align="right">{p.Address}</TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell align="right">{p.City}</TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell align="right">{p.ContactNum}</TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell align="right">{p.Salary}</TableCell>  
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                  <TableCell style={{paddingRight:"114px"}} align="right">{p.Department}</TableCell>  
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                </TableRow>  
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              })  
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          </TableBody>  
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        </Table>  
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      </TableContainer>  
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  }  
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export default MatTable 

Now run the project by using the command  npm start  and check result.

Running the project

Running the project

Now open MatPaginationTable.js and add the following code to show the table with pagination.

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import React from 'react';  
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import { makeStyles } from '@material-ui/core/styles';  
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import Paper from '@material-ui/core/Paper';  
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import Table from '@material-ui/core/Table';  
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import TableBody from '@material-ui/core/TableBody';  
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import TableCell from '@material-ui/core/TableCell';  
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import TableContainer from '@material-ui/core/TableContainer';  
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import TableHead from '@material-ui/core/TableHead';  
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import TablePagination from '@material-ui/core/TablePagination';  
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import TableRow from '@material-ui/core/TableRow';  
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import axios from 'axios';    
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import { useState, useEffect } from 'react'   
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const useStyles = makeStyles({  
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  root: {  
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    width: '100%',  
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  },  
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  container: {  
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    maxHeight: 440,  
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});  
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export default function MatPaginationTable() {  
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  const classes = useStyles();  
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  const [page, setPage] = React.useState(0);  
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  const [data, setData] = useState([]);   
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  const [rowsPerPage, setRowsPerPage] = React.useState(5);  
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  useEffect(() => {    
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        const GetData = async () => {    
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          const result = await axios('http://localhost:51760/Api/Emp/employee');    
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          setData(result.data);    
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        GetData();    
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        console.log(data);  
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  const handleChangePage = (event, newPage) => {  
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    <Paper className={classes.root}>  
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      <TableContainer className={classes.container}>  
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        <Table stickyHeader aria-label="sticky table">  
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        <TableHead>  
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            <TableRow>  
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              <TableCell>Id</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Name</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Age</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Address</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">City</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">ContactNum</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Salary</TableCell>  
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              <TableCell align="right">Department</TableCell>  
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            </TableRow>  
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          </TableHead>  
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          <TableBody>  
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            {data.slice(page * rowsPerPage, page * rowsPerPage + rowsPerPage).map(row => {  
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           <TableRow >  
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                <TableCell component="th" scope="row">  
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                  {row.Id}  
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                </TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.Name}</TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.Age}</TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.Address}</TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.City}</TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.ContactNum}</TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.Salary}</TableCell>  
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                <TableCell align="right">{row.Department}</TableCell>  
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              </TableRow>  
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          </TableBody>  
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        </Table>  
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      </TableContainer>  
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      <TablePagination  
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        rowsPerPageOptions={[5, 10, 15]}  
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        component="div"  
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        count={data.length}  
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        rowsPerPage={rowsPerPage}  
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        page={page}  
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        onChangePage={handleChangePage}  
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        onChangeRowsPerPage={handleChangeRowsPerPage}  
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      />  
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    </Paper>  
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  );  
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} 

Add the reference of this component in app.js file.

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import React from 'react';  
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import logo from './logo.svg';  
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import './App.css';  
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import MatTable from './MatTable'  
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import MatPaginationTable from "./MatPaginationTable";  
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function App() {  
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    <div className="App">  
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    <MatPaginationTable/>  
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export default App; 


Now run the project.

Finished the project

Finished the project

Further Reading

Solving an Error in ReactJS/Material-UI

Top 5 Google Material Design Framework You Should Learn

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