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    React Spinners

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    A collection of loading spinners with React.js based on Halogen.

    This package is bootstraped using react-npm-boilerplate


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    With Yarn:

    yarn add react-spinners

    With npm:

    npm install --save react-spinners


    Each loader has their own default properties. You can overwrite the defaults by passing props into the loaders.

    Each loader accepts a loading prop as a boolean. The loader will render null if loading is false.

    IMPORTANT: This package uses emotion. Remember to add the plugin to .babelrc, for example:

        "presets": ["@babel/preset-react", "@babel/preset-env"],
        "plugins": ["emotion"]


    import React from "react";
    import { css } from "@emotion/core";
    // First way to import
    import { ClipLoader } from "react-spinners";
    // Another way to import. This is recommended to reduce bundle size
    import ClipLoader from "react-spinners/ClipLoader";
    // Can be a string as well. Need to ensure each key-value pair ends with ;
    const override = css`
      display: block;
      margin: 0 auto;
      border-color: red;
    class AwesomeComponent extends React.Component {
      constructor(props) {
        this.state = {
          loading: true
      render() {
        return (
          <div className="sweet-loading">
              //size={"150px"} this also works

    Available Loaders, PropTypes, and Default Values

    Common default props for all loaders:

    loading: true;
    color: "#000000";
    css: "";

    color prop

    color prop accepts a color hash in the format of #XXXXXX or #XXX. It also accepts basic colors listed below:

    maroon, red, orange, yellow, olive, green, purple, white, fuchsia, lime, teal, aqua, blue, navy, black, gray, silver

    css prop

    css works exactly like the css works with the emotion package. You can directly write your css in css syntax without the dirty camelCase css in jss syntax. We recommend you to use this awesome library in your project. It supports Server side rendering with HTTP2 Stream! More info about using css here

    size, height, width, and radius props

    The input to these props can be number or string.

    • If value is number, the loader will default to css unit px.
    • If value is string, the loader will verify the unit against valid css units.
      • If unit is valid, return the original value
      • If unit is invalid, output warning console log and default to px.

    The table below has the default values for each loader.

    Loader size height width radius margin
    BarLoader 4 100
    BeatLoader 15 2
    BounceLoader 60
    CircleLoader 50
    ClimbingBoxLoader 15
    ClipLoader 35
    ClockLoader 50
    DotLoader 60 2
    FadeLoader 15 5 2 2
    GridLoader 15
    HashLoader 50 2
    MoonLoader 60 2
    PacmanLoader 25 2
    PropagateLoader 15
    PulseLoader 15 2
    RingLoader 60 2
    RiseLoader 15 2
    RotateLoader 15 2
    ScaleLoader 35 4 2 2
    SyncLoader 15 2


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