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react-rnd

v10.1.8

Published

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Downloads

180,191

Readme

A resizable and draggable component for React.

Build Status Build Status

Table of Contents

Screenshot

https://codesandbox.io/s/xpm699v4lp

Live Demo

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CodeSandbox

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Install

  • use npm
npm i -S react-rnd
  • use yarn
yarn add react-rnd

Usage

Example with default

<Rnd
  default={{
    x: 0,
    y: 0,
    width: 320,
    height: 200,
  }}
>
  Rnd
</Rnd>

Example with position and size

<Rnd
  size={{ width: this.state.width,  height: this.state.height }}
  position={{ x: this.state.x, y: this.state.y }}
  onDragStop={(e, d) => { this.setState({ x: d.x, y: d.y }) }}
  onResizeStop={(e, direction, ref, delta, position) => {
    this.setState({
      width: ref.style.width,
      height: ref.style.height,
      ...position,
    });
  }}
>
  001
</Rnd>

Props

default: { x: number; y: number; width?: number | string; height?: number | string; };

The width and height property is used to set the default size of the component. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%. If omitted, set 'auto'.

The x and y property is used to set the default position of the component.

size?: { width: (number | string), height: (number | string) };

The size property is used to set size of the component. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%.

Use size if you need to control size state by yourself.

position?: { x: number, y: number };

The position property is used to set position of the component. Use position if you need to control size state by yourself.

see, following example.

<Rnd
  size={{ width: this.state.width,  height: this.state.height }}
  position={{ x: this.state.x, y: this.state.y }}
  onDragStop={(e, d) => { this.setState({ x: d.x, y: d.y }) }}
  onResize={(e, direction, ref, delta, position) => {
    this.setState({
      width: ref.offsetWidth,
      height: ref.offsetHeight,
      ...position,
    });
  }}
>
  001
</Rnd>

className?: string;

The className property is used to set the custom className of the component.

style?: { [key: string]: string };

The style property is used to set the custom style of the component.

minWidth?: number | string;

The minWidth property is used to set the minimum width of the component. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%.

minHeight?: number | string;

The minHeight property is used to set the minimum height of the component. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%.

maxWidth?: number | string;

The maxWidth property is used to set the maximum width of the component. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%.

maxHeight?: number | string;

The maxHeight property is used to set the maximum height of the component. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%.

resizeGrid?: [number, number];

The resizeGrid property is used to specify the increments that resizing should snap to. Defaults to [1, 1].

dragGrid?: [number, number];

The dragGrid property is used to specify the increments that moving should snap to. Defaults to [1, 1].

lockAspectRatio?: boolean | number;

The lockAspectRatio property is used to lock aspect ratio. Set to true to lock the aspect ratio based on the initial size. Set to a numeric value to lock a specific aspect ratio (such as 16/9). If set to numeric, make sure to set initial height/width to values with correct aspect ratio. If omitted, set false.

lockAspectRatioExtraWidth?: number;

The lockAspectRatioExtraWidth property enables a resizable component to maintain an aspect ratio plus extra width. For instance, a video could be displayed 16:9 with a 50px side bar. If omitted, set 0.

scale?: number;

Specifies the scale of the canvas your are dragging or resizing this element on. This allows you to, for example, get the correct drag / resize deltas while you are zoomed in or out via a transform or matrix in the parent of this element. If omitted, set 1.

lockAspectRatioExtraHeight?: number;

The lockAspectRatioExtraHeight property enables a resizable component to maintain an aspect ratio plus extra height. For instance, a video could be displayed 16:9 with a 50px header bar. If omitted, set 0.

dragHandleClassName?: string;

Specifies a selector to be used as the handle that initiates drag. Example: handle.

resizeHandleStyles?: HandleStyles;

The resizeHandleStyles property is used to override the style of one or more resize handles. Only the axis you specify will have its handle style replaced. If you specify a value for right it will completely replace the styles for the right resize handle, but other handle will still use the default styles.

export type HandleStyles = {
  bottom?: React.CSSProperties,
  bottomLeft?: React.CSSProperties,
  bottomRight?: React.CSSProperties,
  left?: React.CSSProperties,
  right?: React.CSSProperties,
  top?: React.CSSProperties,
  topLeft?: React.CSSProperties,
  topRight?: React.CSSProperties
}

resizeHandleClasses?: HandleClasses;

The resizeHandleClasses property is used to set the className of one or more resize handles.

type HandleClasses = {
  bottom?: string;
  bottomLeft?: string;
  bottomRight?: string;
  left?: string;
  right?: string;
  top?: string;
  topLeft?: string;
  topRight?: string;
}

resizeHandleComponent?: HandleCompoent;`

The resizeHandleComponent allows you to pass a custom React component as the resize handle.

type HandleComponent = {
  top?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  right?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  bottom?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  left?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  topRight?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  bottomRight?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  bottomLeft?: React.ReactElement<any>;
  topLeft?: React.ReactElement<any>;
}

resizeHandleWrapperClass?: string;

The resizeHandleWrapperClass property is used to set css class name of resize handle wrapper(span) element.

resizeHandleWrapperStyle?: Style;

The resizeHandleWrapperStyle property is used to set css class name of resize handle wrapper(span) element.

enableResizing?: ?Enable;

The enableResizing property is used to set the resizable permission of the component.

The permission of top, right, bottom, left, topRight, bottomRight, bottomLeft, topLeft direction resizing. If omitted, all resizer are enabled. If you want to permit only right direction resizing, set { top:false, right:true, bottom:false, left:false, topRight:false, bottomRight:false, bottomLeft:false, topLeft:false }.

export type Enable = {
  bottom?: boolean;
  bottomLeft?: boolean;
  bottomRight?: boolean;
  left?: boolean;
  right?: boolean;
  top?: boolean;
  topLeft?: boolean;
  topRight?: boolean;
}

disableDragging?: boolean;

The disableDragging property disables dragging completely.

cancel?: string;

The cancel property disables specifies a selector to be used to prevent drag initialization (e.g. .body).

dragAxis?: 'x' | 'y' | 'both' | 'none'

The direction of allowed movement (dragging) allowed ('x','y','both','none').

bounds?: string;

Specifies movement boundaries. Accepted values:

  • parent restricts movement within the node's offsetParent (nearest node with position relative or absolute)
  • window, body, or
  • Selector, like .fooClassName.

enableUserSelectHack?: boolean;

By default, we add 'user-select:none' attributes to the document body
to prevent ugly text selection during drag. If this is causing problems
for your app, set this to false.

scale?: number;

Specifies the scale of the canvas your are resizing and dragging this element on. This allows you to, for example, get the correct resize and drag deltas while you are zoomed in or out via a transform or matrix in the parent of this element. If omitted, set 1.

Callback

onResizeStart?: RndResizeStartCallback;

RndResizeStartCallback type is below.

export type RndResizeStartCallback = (
  e: SyntheticMouseEvent<HTMLDivElement> | SyntheticTouchEvent<HTMLDivElement>,
  dir: ResizeDirection,
  refToElement: React.ElementRef<'div'>,
) => void;

Calls when resizable component resize start.

onResize?: RndResizeCallback;

RndResizeCallback type is below.

export type RndResizeCallback = (
  e: MouseEvent | TouchEvent,
  dir: ResizeDirection,
  refToElement: React.ElementRef<'div'>,
  delta: ResizableDelta,
  position: Position,
) => void;

Calls when resizable component resizing.

onResizeStop?: RndResizeCallback;

RndResizeCallback type is below.

export type RndResizeCallback = (
  e: MouseEvent | TouchEvent,
  dir: ResizeDirection,
  refToElement: React.ElementRef<'div'>,
  delta: ResizableDelta,
  position: Position,
) => void;

Calls when resizable component resize stop.

onDragStart: DraggableEventHandler;

Callback called on dragging start.

type DraggableData = {
  node: HTMLElement,
  x: number,
  y: number,
  deltaX: number, deltaY: number,
  lastX: number, lastY: number
};

type DraggableEventHandler = (
  e: SyntheticMouseEvent | SyntheticTouchEvent, data: DraggableData,
) => void | false;

onDrag: DraggableEventHandler;

onDrag called with the following parameters:

type DraggableData = {
  node: HTMLElement,
  x: number,
  y: number,
  deltaX: number, deltaY: number,
  lastX: number, lastY: number
};

type DraggableEventHandler = (
  e: SyntheticMouseEvent | SyntheticTouchEvent, data: DraggableData,
) => void | false;

onDragStop: DraggableEventHandler;

onDragStop called on dragging stop.

type DraggableData = {
  node: HTMLElement,
  x: number,
  y: number,
  deltaX: number, deltaY: number,
  lastX: number, lastY: number
};

type DraggableEventHandler = (
  e: SyntheticMouseEvent | SyntheticTouchEvent, data: DraggableData,
) => void | false;

Instance API

updateSize(size: { width: string | number, height: string | number })

Update component size. For example, you can set 300, '300px', 50%.

  • for example
class YourComponent extends Component {

  ...

  update() {
    this.rnd.updateSize({ width: 200, height: 300 });
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <Rnd ref={c => { this.rnd = c; }} ...rest >
        example
      </Rnd>
    );
  }
  ...
}

updatePosition({ x: number, y: number }): void

Update component position. grid bounds props is ignored, when this method called.

  • for example
class YourComponent extends Component {

  ...

  update() {
    this.rnd.updatePosition({ x: 200, y: 300 });
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <Rnd ref={c => { this.rnd = c; }} ...rest >
        example
      </Rnd>
    );
  }

  ...
}

Test

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Changelog

v10.1.5

  • Fixed a bug, react-draggable not bundling with rollup #641

v10.1.4

  • Fixed a bug, box moves when resized #622

v10.1.3

  • Fixed a bug, position is wrong when onResize #618

v10.1.2

  • Upgrade re-resizable to 6.1.1
  • Upgrade react-draggable to 4.1.0

v10.1.1

  • Upgrade re-resizable to 6.1.0

v10.1.0

  • Implement resizeHandleComponent #591
  • Update dependency react-draggable to v4

v10.0.0

  • Fix: Fix #526
  • Feat: Add onMouseUp callback.
  • Feat: Use React.pureComponent

v9.2.0

  • Chore: Use re-resizablev5

v9.1.2

  • Fix: Fixes memory leak #499

v9.1.1

  • Fix: Add scale props to index.js.flow.

v9.1.0

  • Feat: Add scale props. #482
  • Feat: Upgrade deps.

v9.0.4

  • Fix: cursor style #469

v9.0.3

  • update dependency re-resizable to v4.9.3 #444

v9.0.2

  • fix: resizeHandleWrapperClass warning shown in console #428

v9.0.1

  • fix: Allow additional props in typescript.

v9.0.0

  • fix: change default export to export #405

v8.0.2

  • fix: fixed a bug, bounds is ignored when lock aspect ratio set.
  • feat: add body to bounds props.

v8.0.1

  • fix: #221 fixed a bug, maxwidth / height not applied.

v8.0.0

  • fix: fixed some position and resizing bug.
  • fix: #209 bounds window. you can check here.
  • fix: #317 add onMouseDown. i.e) <Rnd onMouseDown={...} />
  • BREAKING fix: #335 add . to dragHandleClassName automatically, Please pass string (i.e handle.
  • BREAKING fix: remove extendsProps. Please add extends props directly. i.e) <Rnd data-foo="42" />
  • BREAKING fix: remove z props. Please add zIndex via style props. i.e) <Rnd style={{ zIndex: 9 }} />

v8.0.0-beta.2

  • fix: Upgrade re-resizable to fix percentage size and bare behavior.

v8.0.0-beta.1

  • fix: Fixed a bug, controlled position does not work correctly.
  • feat: Use typescript instead of flowype.

v8.0.0-beta.0

  • fix: Remove dummy <div />, isMounted state and setParentPosition().

v7.4.3

  • fix: Add props,children to dummy <div> to render children in first.

v7.4.2 (unpublished)

fix: isMounted and (!this.state.isMounted) return <div /> line #356

v7.4.1

  • fix: Fixed Array.from error in IE11

v7.4.0

  • fix: add enableUserSelectHack?: boolean;.

v7.3.1

  • chore(deps): upgrade deps
  • chore(deps): upgrade lint and remove unused state
  • chore(deps): install prettier

v7.3.0

  • chore(deps): upgrade re-resizable

v7.2.0

  • Support for cancel feature of react-draggable #206

v7.1.5

  • Fixed a issue #199 Add enableUserSelectHack props to react-draggable

v7.1.4

  • Fixed a issue #188 maxWidth and maxHeight props don't respect after resize

v7.1.3

  • Fixed a bug, extendProps is not passed correctly.
  • Fixed a bug, bounds is not work correctly. (#162)

v7.1.1 / v7.1.2

  • Add internal props.

v7.1.0

  • Add size.
  • Add position.

v7.0.0

  • Add default instead of x, y, width, height.
  • Add resizeHandleWrapperClass and resizeHandleWrapperStyle.

v6.0.1

  • Remove unnecessary types.

v6.0.0

  • Use rollup.
  • Support % min/max size.
  • Change props, remove default and add x, y, width, height.
  • Rename dragHandlersXXXX and resizeHandlersXXXX props to dragHandleXXXX and resizeHandleXXXX.

v5.1.3

  • Fix cursor style, set normal to cursor style when dragHandlerClassName is not empty.

v5.1.2

  • Add position relative when component will update.

v5.1.1

  • Add top: 0, left: 0.
  • Add position relative when parent position equals static.

v5.1.0

  • Update dependencies(react-draggable v3, flow-bin v0.53, and other...)

v5.0.9

  • Fix bug new z props is not applied to state.

v5.0.8

  • Add extendsProps. #129

v5.0.7

  • Add disableDragging props.

v5.0.6

  • Fix flow error.

v5.0.5

  • Add index.js.flow

v5.0.4

  • Fix Issue #117.

v5.0.3

  • Fix updateZIndex.
  • Fix updateSize.
  • Fix left and top bounds.

v5.0.2

  • Fix argument events #100

v5.0.1

  • Fix example
  • Update README

v5.0.0

  • Fix resize bounds.
  • Modify API.
  • Use original react-draggable.

v4.2.1

  • Added updateZIndex, method to updated component zIndex state.

v4.2.0

  • Pass the new position in the onResizeStop callback #60

v4.1.0

  • Pass the new position along in the resize callback #55

v4.0.1

  • Fix style props to applt zIndex chaned.

v4.0.0

  • Rename react-rnd.
  • Remove canUpdatePositionByParent property.
  • Remove canUpdateSizeByParent property.
  • Remove initiAsResizing property.
  • Change x, y, width and height property to initial.
  • Add updateSize, updatePosition, method to updated conponent state.
  • Add lockAspectRatio property to lock aspect ratio when resizing.

v3.0.0

  • Add canUpdatePositionByParent property.

v2.0.0

  • Fix bug, resize and grid not work properly.

v1.2.0

  • Add grid props to snap grid. (thanks @paulyoung)
  • Fix bug, moveAxis not work properly.

v1.1.3

  • Fix situations when on dragStop you wanted to revert to 0,0 position #39
  • Add canUpdateSizeByParent props #38

v1.1.2

  • Add object.assign transform

v1.1.0

  • Add add module exports plugin for require

v1.0.1

  • Bug fix

v1.0.0

  • Support react v15.x
  • Support left, top resizer
  • Remove start props, use width, height, x, and y.

v0.5.3

  • Add handle selector

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2018 bokuweb

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.