React Table is a headless utility, which means out of the box, it doesn't render or supply any actual UI elements. You are in charge of utilizing the state and callbacks of the hooks provided by this library to render your own table markup. Why is this useful? Read this to find out.
In this article, Amelia Wattenberger discusses the "fundamental mindset change" that she feels every React developer needs to go through when switching from React class components to function components and hooks.
Bold title, right? While I don't necessarily agree, different opinions are healthy. This is a guide to local and global state management via useState.