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Version: 4.xx.xxSwizzle Ready

Edit

<EditButton> uses Material UI <Button> component. It uses the edit method from useNavigation under the hood. It can be useful to redirect the app to the edit page route of resource.

Swizzle

You can swizzle this component to customize it with the refine CLI

Usage​

http://localhost:3000/posts
import {
useDataGrid,
List,
EditButton,
} from "@refinedev/mui";
import { DataGrid, GridColumns } from "@mui/x-data-grid";

const columns: GridColumns = [
{ field: "id", headerName: "ID", type: "number" },
{ field: "title", headerName: "Title", minWidth: 400, flex: 1 },
{
field: "actions",
headerName: "Actions",
renderCell: function render({ row }) {
return <EditButton size="small" recordItemId={row.id} />;
},
align: "center",
headerAlign: "center",
minWidth: 80,
},
];

const PostsList: React.FC = () => {
const { dataGridProps } = useDataGrid<IPost>();

return (
<List>
<DataGrid {...dataGridProps} columns={columns} autoHeight />
</List>
);
};

interface IPost {
id: number;
title: string;
}

Properties​

recordItemId​

recordItemId is used to append the record id to the end of the route path for the edit route.

http://localhost:3000
import { EditButton } from "@refinedev/mui";

const MyEditComponent = () => {
return (
<EditButton
resource="posts"
recordItemId="1"
/>
);
};

Clicking the button will trigger the edit method of useNavigation and then redirect the app to the edit action path of the resource, filling the necessary parameters in the route.

note

<EditButton> component reads the id information from the route by default.

resource​

Redirection endpoint is defined by the resource property and its edit action path. By default, <EditButton> uses the inferred resource from the route.

http://localhost:3000
import { EditButton } from "@refinedev/mui";

const MyEditComponent = () => {
return (
<EditButton
resource="categories"
recordItemId="2"
/>
);
};

Clicking the button will trigger the edit method of useNavigation and then redirect the app to the edit action path of the resource, filling the necessary parameters in the route.

meta​

It is used to pass additional parameters to the edit method of useNavigation. By default, existing parameters in the route are used by the edit method. You can pass additional parameters or override the existing ones using the meta prop.

If the edit action route is defined by the pattern: /posts/:authorId/edit/:id, the meta prop can be used as follows:

const MyComponent = () => {
return (
<EditButton meta={{ authorId: "10" }} />
);
};

hideText​

It is used to show and not show the text of the button. When true, only the button icon is visible.

http://localhost:3000
import { EditButton } from "@refinedev/mui";

const MyEditComponent = () => {
return (
<EditButton
hideText={true}
/>
);
};

accessControl​

This prop can be used to skip access control check with its enabled property or to hide the button when the user does not have the permission to access the resource with hideIfUnauthorized property. This is relevant only when an accessControlProvider is provided to <Refine/>

import { EditButton } from "@refinedev/mui";

export const MyListComponent = () => {
return (
<EditButton
accessControl={{ enabled: true, hideIfUnauthorized: true }}
/>
);
};

resourceNameOrRouteName
deprecated
​

resourceNameOrRouteName prop is deprecated. Use resource prop instead.

It is used to redirect the app to the /edit endpoint of the given resource name. By default, the app redirects to a URL with /edit defined by the name property of resource object.

http://localhost:3000
import { EditButton } from "@refinedev/mui";

const MyEditComponent = () => {
return (
<EditButton
resourceNameOrRouteName="categories"
recordItemId="2"
/>
);
};

Clicking the button will trigger the edit method of useNavigation and then redirect to /posts/edit/2.

API Reference​

Properties​

External Props

It also accepts all props of Material UI Button.