Is it possible to create Datatable templates to be used across the app. The idea is to define a set of parameters that are common between most of my tables.
Hi @JmsBlah, you could try to modularize your code. Lets say you want to use the same template for all tables to target the property ‘style_data_conditional’. Then you could define it as a function inside the file commonmodules.py:
def get_style_data_conditional(): style_data_conditional = [<your code>] return style_data_conditional
Then you simply call that in each table:
dash_table.DataTable( id='table', columns=columns, data=df.to_dict('records'), style_data_conditional=commonmodules.get_style_data_conditional() )
I hope this is what you are looking for.
that will definitely help, yes.
Do you know if there is a way to return more than one property using one single function as you suggested?
@JmsBlah, do I understand it correctly that you want to define multiple DataTable properties inside one function? Like style_cell, style_cell_conditional, style_data_conditional, etc
Also can do variations of this:
def MyCustomTable(**kwargs): return dash_table.DataTable(editable=True, **kwargs) app.layout = MyCustomTable(data=[...])
(taken from Inherit Interactivity/properties in DataTable)
Yeah. Thats what I was trying just now, I got the idea from the solution proposed by @HansPeter123
Thank you both!