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Reactour

Tourist Guide into your React Components

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Install

npm i -S reactour
# or
yarn add reactour

From v1.9.1 styled-components it isn't bundled into the package and is required styled-components@^4 and react@^16.3 due to the use of createRef, so:

npm i -S styled-components@^4.0.0
# or
yarn add styled-components@^4.0.0

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Frigade sponsor

Reactour is proud to be sponsored by Frigade, a developer tool for building better product onboarding: guided tours, getting started checklists, announcements, and more.

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Usage

Add the Tour Component in your Application, passing the steps with the elements to highlight during the Tour.

import React from 'react'
import Tour from 'reactour'

class App extends Component {
  // ...

  render  (
    <>
      { /* other stuff */}
      <Tour
        steps={steps}
        isOpen={this.state.isTourOpen}
        onRequestClose={this.closeTour} />
    </>
  )
}

const steps = [
  {
    selector: '.first-step',
    content: 'This is my first Step',
  },
  // ...
]

Tour Props

accentColor

Change --reactour-accent (defaults to accentColor on IE) css custom prop to apply color in Helper, number, dots, etc

Type: string

Default: #007aff

badgeContent

Customize Badge content using current and total steps values

Type: func

// example
<Tour badgeContent={(curr, tot) => `${curr} of ${tot}`} />

children

Content to be rendered inside the Helper

Type: node | elem

className

Custom class name to add to the Helper

Type: string

closeButtonAriaLabel

aria-label attribute for the close button (for accessibility)

Type: string

Default: 'Close'

closeWithMask

Close the Tour by clicking the Mask

Type: bool

Default: true

disableDotsNavigation

Disable interactivity with Dots navigation in Helper

Type: bool

disableInteraction

Disable the ability to click or intercat in any way with the Highlighted element

Type: bool

disableKeyboardNavigation

Disable all keyboard navigation (next and prev step) when true, disable only selected keys when array

Type: bool | array(['esc', 'right', 'left'])

// example
<Tour disableKeyboardNavigation={['esc']} />

getCurrentStep

Function triggered each time current step change

Type: func

// example
<Tour
  getCurrentStep={(curr) => console.log(`The current step is ${curr + 1}`)}
/>

goToStep

Programmatically change current step after the first render, when the value changes

Type: number

highlightedMaskClassName

Custom class name to add to the element which is the overlay for the target element when disableInteraction

Type: string

inViewThreshold

Tolerance in pixels to add when calculating if an element is outside viewport to scroll into view

Type: number

isOpen

You know…

Type: bool

Required: true

lastStepNextButton

Change Next button in last step into a custom button to close the Tour

Type: node

// example
<Tour lastStepNextButton={<MyButton>Done! Let's start playing</MyButton>} />

maskClassName

Custom class name to add to the Mask

Type: string

maskSpace

Extra Space between in pixels between Highlighted element and Mask

Type: number

Default: 10

nextButton

Renders as next button navigation

Type: node

nextStep

Overrides default nextStep internal function

Type: func

onAfterOpen

Do something after Tour is opened

Type: func

// example
<Tour onAfterOpen={(target) => (document.body.style.overflowY = 'hidden')} />

onBeforeClose

Do something before Tour is closed

Type: func

// example
<Tour onBeforeClose={(target) => (document.body.style.overflowY = 'auto')} />

onRequestClose

Function to close the Tour

Type: func

Required: true

prevButton

Renders as prev button navigation

Type: node

prevStep

Overrides default prevStep internal function

Type: func

rounded

Beautify Helper and Mask with border-radius (in px)

Type: number

Default: 0

scrollDuration

Smooth scroll duration when positioning the target element (in ms)

Type: number

Default: 1

scrollOffset

Offset when positioning the target element after scroll to it

Type: number

Default: a calculation to the center of the viewport

showButtons

Show/Hide Helper Navigation buttons

Type: bool

Default: true

showCloseButton

Show/Hide Helper Close button

Type: bool

Default: true

showNavigation

Show/Hide Helper Navigation Dots

Type: bool

Default: true

showNavigationNumber

Show/Hide number when hovers on each Navigation Dot

Type: bool

Default: true

showNumber

Show/Hide Helper Number Badge

Type: bool

Default: true

startAt

Starting step when Tour is open the first time

Type: number

steps

Array of elements to highligt with special info and props

Type: shape

Required: true

Steps shape
steps: PropTypes.arrayOf(PropTypes.shape({
  'selector': PropTypes.string,
  'content': PropTypes.oneOfType([
    PropTypes.node,
    PropTypes.element,
    PropTypes.func,
  ]).isRequired,
  'position':PropTypes.oneOfType([
    PropTypes.arrayOf(PropTypes.number),
    PropTypes.oneOf(['top', 'right', 'bottom', 'left', 'center']),
  ]),
  'action': PropTypes.func,
  'style': PropTypes.object,
  'stepInteraction': PropTypes.bool,
  'navDotAriaLabel': PropTypes.string,
  'observe': PropTypes.string,
  'highlightedSelectors': PropTypes.array,
  'mutationObservables': PropTypes.array,
  'resizeObservables': PropTypes.array,
})),
Steps example
const steps = [
  {
    selector: '[data-tour="my-first-step"]',
    content: ({ goTo, inDOM }) => (
      <div>
        Lorem ipsum <button onClick={() => goTo(4)}>Go to Step 5</button>
        <br />
        {inDOM && '🎉 Look at your step!'}
      </div>
    ),
    position: 'top',
    // you could do something like:
    // position: [160, 250],
    action: (node) => {
      // by using this, focus trap is temporary disabled
      node.focus()
      console.log('yup, the target element is also focused!')
    },
    style: {
      backgroundColor: '#bada55',
    },
    // Disable interaction for this specific step.
    // Could be enabled passing `true`
    // when `disableInteraction` prop is present in Tour
    stepInteraction: false,
    // Text read to screen reader software for this step's navigation dot
    navDotAriaLabel: 'Go to step 4',
    // Observe direct children DOM mutations of this node
    // If a child is added: the highlighted region is redrawn focused on it
    // If a child is removed: the highlighted region is redrawn focused on the step selector node
    observe: '[data-tour="observable-parent"]',
    // Array of selectors, each selected node will be included (by union)
    // in the highlighted region of the mask. You don't need to add the
    // step selector here as the default highlighted region is focused on it
    highlightedSelectors: ['[data-tour="highlighted-element"]'],
    // Array of selectors, addition/removal of a matching node will trigger a rerender
    // of the mask shape. Useful in combination with highlightedSelectors when highlighted
    // region of mask should be redrawn after a user action
    mutationObservables: ['[data-tour="mutable-element"]'],
    // Array of selectors, each selected node resize will triggered a rerender of the mask shape.
    // Useful in combination with highlightedSelectors when highlighted region of mask should
    // be redrawn after a user action. You should also add the selector in mutationObservables
    // if you want to track DOM addition/removal too
    resizeObservables: ['[data-tour="resizable-parent"]'],
  },
  // ...
]

update

Value to listen if a forced update is needed

Type: string

updateDelay

Delay time when forcing update. Useful when there are known animation/transitions

Type: number

Default: 1

disableFocusLock

Disable FocusLock component.

Type: bool

Default: false

FAQ

How is implemented the scroll lock behaviour in the Demo?

To guarantee a cross browser behaviour we use body-scroll-lock.

Import the library

import { disableBodyScroll, enableBodyScroll } from 'body-scroll-lock'

Create the event handlers

disableBody = target => disableBodyScroll(target)
enableBody = target => enableBodyScroll(target)

Then assign them into the Tour props

<Tour
  {...props}
  onAfterOpen={this.disableBody}
  onBeforeClose={this.enableBody}
/>

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