re: Rendering large lists with React Virtualized VIEW POST

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Hi Brian,
The tutorial is really awesome and easy to understand. But I want to do the same using a Table. I have a table with 10 columns and rows which I need to add dynamically based on the user scroll. I am able to do that thanks to your tutorial.

I have rows which have icons on them, which are changed dynamically based on the user click. When the user clicks it is supposed to change immediately. I am using backend services to call and update the data. I also have modals which change the data on the rows.

Can you guide me on how react-virtualized can be used for tables with dynamic icons or buttons in rows where they are controlled by data coming from backend?

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