react-virtualized-tree-fork

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    react-virtualized-tree

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    Introduction

    react-virtualized-tree is a tree view react library built on top of react-virtualized

    Its main goal is to display tree like data in a beautiful and fast way. Being a reactive library it uses children functions to achieve maximum extensibility. The core idea behind it is that anyone using it is enable to create a tree as they intent just by rendering their own components or components exported by the tree.

    Demo and docs can be found in here.

    Installation

    You can install via npm or yarn. npm i react-virtualized-tree --save

    or

    yarn add react-virtualized-tree

    To get the basic styles for free you need to import react-virtualized styles only once.

    import 'react-virtualized/styles.css'
    import 'react-virtualized-tree/lib/main.css'
    

    If you want to use the icons in the default renderers do the same for material icons.

    import 'material-icons/css/material-icons.css'

    Usage

    To use the standalone tree

    import Tree from 'react-virtualized-tree'

    To use the FilteringContainer

    import { FilteringContainer } from 'react-virtualized-tree'

    Dependencies

    Most react-virtualized-tree Dependencies are managed internally, the only required peerDependencies are react, react-dom and react-virtualized.

    Install

    npm i react-virtualized-tree-fork

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    4

    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    1.34 MB

    Total Files

    133

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