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A lightweight react component that acts as a HTML5 input range slider polyfill





Using npm (use --save to include it in your package.json)

$ npm install react-rangeslider --save

Using yarn (this command also adds react-rangeslider to your package.json dependencies)

$ yarn add react-rangeslider

Getting Started

React-Rangeslider is bundled with a slider component & default styles which can be overridden depending on your design requirements.

With a module bundler like webpack that supports either CommonJS or ES2015 modules, use as you would anything else:

// Using an ES6 transpiler like Babel
import Slider from 'react-rangeslider'

// To include the default styles
import 'react-rangeslider/lib/index.css'

// Not using an ES6 transpiler
var Slider = require('react-rangeslider')

The UMD build is also available on unpkg:

<script src=""></script>

You can find the library on window.ReactRangeslider. Optionally you can drop in the default styles by adding the stylesheet.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="" />

Check out docs & examples.

Basic Example

import React, { Component } from 'react'
import Slider from 'react-rangeslider'

class VolumeSlider extends Component {
  constructor(props, context) {
    super(props, context)
    this.state = {
      volume: 0

  handleOnChange = (value) => {
      volume: value

  render() {
    let { volume } = this.state
    return (


Rangeslider is bundled as a single component, that accepts data and callbacks only as props.


import Slider from 'react-rangeslider'

// inside render


Prop | Type | Default | Description --------- | ------- | ------- | ----------- min | number | 0 | minimum value the slider can hold max | number | 100 | maximum value the slider can hold step | number | 1 | step in which increments/decrements have to be made value | number | | current value of the slider orientation | string | horizontal | orientation of the slider tooltip | boolean | true | show or hide tooltip reverse | boolean | false | reverse direction of vertical slider (top-bottom) labels | object | {} | object containing key-value pairs. { 0: 'Low', 50: 'Medium', 100: 'High'} handleLabel | string | '' | string label to appear inside slider handles format | function | | function to format and display the value in label or tooltip onChangeStart | function | | function gets called whenever the user starts dragging the slider handle onChange | function | | function gets called whenever the slider handle is being dragged or clicked onChangeComplete | function | | function gets called whenever the user stops dragging the slider handle.


To work on the project locally, you need to pull its dependencies and run npm start.

$ npm install
$ npm start


Feel free to contribute. Submit a Pull Request or open an issue for further discussion.