I am a beginner with sharepoint and typescript, i have dynamic table, and i want to get value of row when i click on

  private _renderList(items: ISPList[]): void {

let html: string = '<table class="TFtable" border=1 width=40% style="border-collapse: collapse;">';
html += `<th>Catégories</th>`;
items.forEach((item: ISPList) => {
html += `

<td >${item.Categorie.Title}</td>


html += `</table>`;
/* html+= `<ul class="${styles.list}">
<li class="${styles.listItem}">
<span class="ms-font-l">${item.Question}</span>

const listContainer: Element = this.domElement.querySelector('#spListContainer');
listContainer.innerHTML = html;

  • Is there any way you can provide a bit more detail? What are you trying to display? Is it when you click on a row in the list table? Sorry, but I am unclear as to what you are trying to accomplish. Thanks! – lazoDev Aug 15 at 12:43
  • i have a dynamic table; i want get the value of the row whene i click on it – khadi Aug 15 at 12:48

Modify the code as below.

private _renderList(items: ISPList[]): void {

    let tbl = document.createElement("table");
    tbl.setAttribute("class", "TFtable");
    tbl.setAttribute("border", "1");
    tbl.setAttribute("width", "100%");
    tbl.setAttribute("style", "border-collapse: collapse;");
    let tblBody = document.createElement("tbody");
    let headRow  = document.createElement("tr");
    let cell = document.createElement("th");
    let cellText = document.createTextNode("Catégories");
    items.forEach((item: ISPList) => {
      let currentRow  = document.createElement("tr");    
      let cell = document.createElement("td");      
      let cellText = document.createTextNode(`${item.Categorie.Title}`);
      let createClickHandler = function(row: HTMLTableRowElement) {
        return function() {
          let tdValue = row.getElementsByTagName("td")[0].innerHTML;  
          alert("Value:" + tdValue);
  • Thank you; can you explain me more please; we use UI Fabric ? – khadi Aug 18 at 9:37

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