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Snowfall React Component

Snowfall is a customizable React component that creates a snowfall effect using a custom image. The component allows you to adjust various properties such as the wind speed and direction to create a realistic snowfall simulation.


  • Customizable snowfall effect
  • Adjustable wind speed and direction
  • Easy to integrate into any React project


To install the package, run:

npm install snowfallreact


Here's how you can use the Snowfall component in your React application.

Importing the Component

First, import the Snowfall component and your custom snowflake image.

import React from 'react';
import Snowfall from 'snowfallreact';
import snowflakeImage from './path/to/your/snowflake.png'; // Replace with the actual path to your image

Using the Component

You can use the Snowfall component in your application and customize it with the available props.

const App = () => {
  return (
    <div className="App">
      <h1>Snowfall Effect in React</h1>
      <Snowfall imageSrc={snowflakeImage} windSpeed={2} windDirection={45} particleCount={20} />

export default App;


The Snowfall component accepts the following props to customize the snowfall effect:

Prop Type Default Description
imageSrc string Required The path to your custom snowflake image.
windSpeed number 0 The speed of the wind that affects the horizontal movement of the snowflakes.
windDirection number 0 The direction of the wind in degrees. 0 degrees is to the right, 90 degrees is down, 180 degrees is to the left, and 270 degrees is up.
particleCount number 17 The number of snowflake particles to generate.



Description of Props

  • imageSrc: This prop is mandatory. It should be the path to the image you want to use as the snowflake.
  • windSpeed: This prop controls how fast the wind blows. A higher number means stronger wind.
  • windDirection: This prop controls the direction of the wind. Use degrees to set the direction. For example, 0 means the wind blows to the right, 90 means the wind blows downwards, etc.
  • particleCount: This prop controls the quantity of the particles. For example, 10 means there will be 10 particles and 20 means there will be 20 particles present in the animation and so on.


If you have suggestions for improvements or find a bug, please open an issue or submit a pull request.


This project is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for details.


Developed by Etzshally. Feel free to contact me for any queries.

This provides comprehensive instructions on how to install, use, and customize the Snowfall component, making it easy for users to integrate it into their projects. Adjust the package name and image path as necessary.

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