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    React Virtualized Select

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    Demos available here:

    react-virtualized-select example

    Getting started

    Install react-virtualized-select using npm.

    npm install react-virtualized-select --save

    ES6, CommonJS, and UMD builds are available with each distribution. For example:

    // Make sure to import default styles.
    // This only needs to be done once; probably during bootstrapping process.
    import 'react-select/dist/react-select.css'
    import 'react-virtualized/styles.css'
    import 'react-virtualized-select/styles.css'
    // Then import the virtualized Select HOC
    import VirtualizedSelect from 'react-virtualized-select'

    Alternately you can load a global-friendly UMD build:

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="path-to-react-select/dist/react-select.css">
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="path-to-react-virtualized/styles.css">
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="path-to-react-virtualized-select/styles.css">
    <script src="path-to-react-virtualized-select/dist/umd/react-virtualized-select.js"></script>

    Simple Example

    react-select-virtualized works just like react-select. You pass it an array of options, along with any other parameters supported by the Select component. Here's a simple example:

    import React, { Component } from 'react'
    import VirtualizedSelect from 'react-virtualized-select'
    import 'react-select/dist/react-select.css'
    import 'react-virtualized/styles.css'
    import 'react-virtualized-select/styles.css'
    class MySelect extends Component {
      constructor (props) {
        this.state = {}
      render () {
        const options = [
          { label: "One", value: 1 },
          { label: "Two", value: 2 },
          { label: "Three", value: 3, disabled: true }
          // And so on...
        return (
            onChange={(selectValue) => this.setState({ selectValue })}

    React Virtualized Select Props

    The additional parameters introduced by react-select-virtualized are optional. They are:

    Property Type Description
    async PropTypes.bool Use Select.Async internally; if this property is specified then a loadOptions method should also be used.
    maxHeight PropTypes.number Max height of options menu; defaults to 200 pixels.
    optionHeight PropTypes.number or PropTypes.func Option height (defaults to 35 pixels). Dynamic height can be supported via a function with the signature ({ option: Object }): number
    optionRenderer PropTypes.func Custom option renderer; (see below for signature).
    selectComponent PropTypes.func Use a specific select HOC (eg Select, Select.Creatable, Select.Async or Select.AsyncCreatable); defaults to Select (or Select.Async if async flag is true).

    Custom Option Renderer

    You can override the built-in option renderer by specifying your own optionRenderer property. Your renderer should return a React element that represents the specified option. It will be passed the following named parameters:

    Property Type Description
    focusedOption Object The option currently-focused in the dropdown. Use this property to determine if your rendered option should be highlighted or styled differently.
    focusedOptionIndex number Index of the currently-focused option.
    focusOption Function Callback to update the focused option; for example, you may want to call this function on mouse-over.
    key string A unique identifier for each element created by the renderer.
    labelKey string Attribute of option that contains the display text.
    option Object The option to be rendered.
    options Array<Object> Array of options (objects) contained in the select menu.
    selectValue Function Callback to update the selected values; for example, you may want to call this function on click.
    style Object Styles that must be passed to the rendered option. These styles are specifying the position of each option (required for correct option displaying in the dropdown).
    valueArray Array<Object> Array of the currently-selected options. Use this property to determine if your rendered option should be highlighted or styled differently.
    valueKey string Attribute of option that contains the value.




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