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What's in this package (ToC):
- React Button component
- React ButtonGroup component
- React Chip component
- React ChipList component
- React DropDown Button component
- React FloatingActionButton component
- React SplitButton component
- React Toolbar component
- React Buttons Components Library Features
- Support Options
The React Button provides a clickable UI functionality and enables you to display only textual content, or show predefined icons, images and custom icons, and to render a combination of textual and image content.
- Primary Button—As a part of several built-in styles for the KendoReact Button, the Primary Button provides a unique highlighted look and feel to the React Button component.
- Toggleable Button—A KendoReact Button that can be toggled showcases a clear representation between the default rendering of the Button and when the Button has been pressed.
- Globalization—The React Button supports being rendered in a right-to-left mode, allowing for it to be used in any globalization or localization scenarios.
The KendoReact ButtonGroup is a container for two or more React Button components which can be separately configured to display only textual content, or show predefined icons, images and custom icons.
The React Chip component is responsible for a single Chip (also called React Pill) and can contain text, an image or avatar (optional) and a built-in icon, such as an "X," to indicate that an action can be taken.
- Removable Chip—Through the removable property, React developers can configure whether the KendoReact Chip component should provide a built-in “X” icon to allow users to remove the Chip.
- Chip Types—To provide as much flexibility as possible, the React Chip component has several readily available types, each with its own unique style.
- Appearance—The KendoReact Chip component has two built-in appearance options. The filled option sets a background color of the React Chip and fills in the entire content area.
The React ChipList component takes the React Chip and provides additional functionality related to managing a collection of KendoReact Chip components.
- Selection Mode—To ensure flexibility, the KendoReact ChipList component provides several selection modes.The default mode is “none”, which means no chips can be selected, yet you can enable single and multiple selection to help users manage their items individually or in bulk.
- Data Binding—As the KendoReact ChipList component deals with displaying and manipulating a collection of items, you can bind it to different data sources.
The React DropDownButton component displays a popup list with action items and provides options for enabling or disabling its content, displaying icons, and binding it to data.
- Icon DropDownButton—The KendoReact DropDownButton can be displayed as just an icon, or with a mix of text and icons as a part of its main content.
- Data Binding—Beyond being declaratively built, the KendoReact DropDownButton component can be data bound to an array of strings or an array of objects.
The KendoReact Floating Action Button is a button that appears to “float” above the content of any React application, usually serving as a shortcut to a single, common action like adding an item or composing a new email.
- Content Types—The content within the KendoReact Floating Action Button can be completely customized through the available properties. Access the icon, iconClass and text properties to define the React Floating Action Button icon, apply a custom CSS class to control the style of the button and set text displayed within the component.
- Speed Dial—If additional action items should be available to users, the speed dial feature of the KendoReact Floating Action Button is the perfect solution.
- Positioning—The KendoReact Floating Action Button provides several configuration options to assist with defining where the React component should be displayed within the application. The position can be set through easy-to-remember options like “start”, “center”, “end”, “top”, “middle” and “bottom”.
The KendoReact SplitButton component allows the user to execute a default action which is bound to a Button or to choose a predefined action from a drop-down list.
- Icon SplitButton—Each item within the KendoReact SplitButton can be rendered as just text, text along with an icon, or just as an icon.
- Data Binding—The React SplitButton can be defined declaratively and can also be bound to an array of strings, or an array of objects.
The React Toolbar component provides an intuitive component akin to the minimal toolbars found within traditional desktop applications like Word and Excel.
- Tools—Within the KendoReact Toolbar, the Tools can be rendered as a Button, ButtonGroup, DropDownButton and SplitButtons. Of course, custom buttons can also be added.
- Globalization—The React Toolbar fully supports right-to-left (RTL) scenarios, ensuring that the component can be added in to any application, no matter what requirements for layout your applications have.
Among the many features which the KendoReact Buttons deliver are:
- Disabled state—To disable user interaction, just change a single property.
- Custom rendering—You can replace the content of the buttons with custom icons, text and elements.
- Keyboard navigation—You can interact with the buttons using only the keyboard.
- Accessibility support—The Buttons are compliant with WAI-ARIA and Section 508.
- Theme support—The KendoReact Buttons, as well as all 100+ components in the KendoReact suite, are styled in three polished themes (Bootstrap, Material, and Default) and can be further customized to match your specific design guidelines.
For any issues you might encounter while working with the KendoReact Buttons, use any of the available support channels:
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- Feedback portal—The KendoReact feedback portal is where you can request and vote for new features to be added.
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- Getting Started with the KendoReact Buttons
- API Reference of the KendoReact Buttons
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High-level component overview pages
- React Button Component
- React ButtonGroup Component
- React Chip Component
- React ChipList Component
- React DropDownButton Component
- React Floating Action Button
- React SplitButton Component
- React Toolbar Component
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