The proximity of action that needs to be performed on a row should not be furthest away from the identifying column. More often than not, this leads to an action being performed on the wrong row. This puts too much cognitive effort for a person to keep track of row and click the action without mistaking it for another row. This pattern is prone to error and should be avoided.
Designing better tables for enterprise applications

I’ve always been a fan of the Mail Chimp ‘Slats’ approach for long lists that aren’t necessary needing a table presentation

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