Laravel Livewire Tables Documentation

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This is the documentation for v3. You can switch versions in the menu at the top. Check your current version with the following command:

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Wire Link Column (beta)

WireLink columns provide a way to display Wired Links in your table without having to use format() or partial views, with or without a Confirmation Message

WireLinkColumn requires title, and an "action", which must be a valid LiveWire method in the current class, or a global method

Without a Confirmation Message

1WireLinkColumn::make("Delete Item")
2 ->title(fn($row) => 'Delete Item')
3 ->action(fn($row) => 'delete("'.$row->id.'")'),

You may also pass a string to "confirmMessage", which will utilise LiveWire 3's "wire:confirm" approach to display a confirmation modal.

1WireLinkColumn::make("Delete Item")
2 ->title(fn($row) => 'Delete Item')
3 ->confirmMessage('Are you sure you want to delete this item?')
4 ->action(fn($row) => 'delete("'.$row->id.'")')
5 ->attributes(fn($row) => [
6 'class' => 'btn btn-danger',
7 ]),

And you may also pass an array of attributes, which will be applied to the "button" element used within the Column

1WireLinkColumn::make("Delete Item")
2 ->title(fn($row) => 'Delete Item')
3 ->action(fn($row) => 'delete("'.$row->id.'")')
4 ->attributes(fn($row) => [
5 'class' => 'btn btn-danger',
6 ]),

Please also see the following for other available methods: