Implementing Basic Row Grouping

Demonstrate how to group rows based on a specific property in React TanStack Table, including the initial setup and configuration for row grouping.
import { useTable, useGroupBy } from '@tanstack/react-table';
Import necessary hooks from TanStack Table.
import React from 'react';
Import React to use in your component.
// Define your Table component
Comment line for organizing code.
const TableComponent = ({ columns, data }) => {
Initialize the TableComponent with columns and data props.
  const { getTableProps, getTableBodyProps, headerGroups, rows, prepareRow } = useTable({ columns, data }, useGroupBy);
Initialize useTable hook with grouping functionality.
  return (
Start of the return statement for JSX rendering.
    <table {...getTableProps()}>
Create a table and spread table props.
Define the table header group.
        { => (
Map each header group for rendering.
          <tr {...headerGroup.getHeaderGroupProps()}>
Create a table row for each header group and spread header group props.
            { => (
Map each header in the header group for rendering.
              <th {...column.getHeaderProps()}>{column.render('Header')}</th>
Create a table header for each column and render the Header property.
End of mapping headers.
Close the table row tag for the header group.
End of mapping header groups.
Close the table header tag.
      <tbody {...getTableBodyProps()}>
Create the table body and spread table body props.
        { => {
Map each row for rendering.
Call prepareRow method with the current row.
          return (
Return statement for each row render.
            <tr {...row.getRowProps()}>
Create a table row for each row and spread row props.
              { => {
Map each cell in the row for rendering.
                return <td {...cell.getCellProps()}>{cell.render('Cell')}</td>;
Create a table data for each cell and render the Cell property.
End of mapping cells.
Close the table row tag for the current row.
Close return statement for row render.
End of mapping rows.
Close the table body tag.
Close the table tag.
Close the return statement for JSX.
Close the TableComponent function.
export default TableComponent;
Export the TableComponent for use in other parts of your app.