/ Wizard

A modern flexible step wizard component built for React

A modern flexible step wizard component built for React

React Step Wizard

A flexible multistep wizard built for React.

React-Step-Wizard

Showcasing

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Install


npm install react-step-wizard

Import Component


import StepWizard from 'react-step-wizard';

JSX Syntax


Simply create a wrapper with <StepWizard></StepWizard> and each child component will be treated as an individual step.

<StepWizard>
  <Step1 />
  <Step2 />
  ...
  <Step5 />
  <WhateverComponentName />
</StepWizard>

Props


I wanted this step wizard to be as flexible as possible so each child has access to the StepWizard functions via this.props

For example:

<div>
  <!-- Variables -->
  <h2>Step {this.props.currentStep}</h2>
  <p>Total Steps: {this.props.totalSteps}</p>
  <p>Is Active: {this.props.isActive}</p>
  <!-- Functions -->
  <p><button onClick={this.props.previousStep}>Previous Step</button></p>
  <p><button onClick={this.props.nextStep}>Next Step</button></p>
  <p><button onClick={()=>this.props.goToStep(2)}>Step 2</button></p>
  <p><button onClick={this.props.firstStep}>First Step</button></p>
  <p><button onClick={this.props.lastStep}>Last Step</button></p>
</div>

User-Defined Props

Prop Data Type Default
initialStep integer none
transitions object none

Props Accessible On Each Child (Step) Component

Prop Data Type Parameters
currentStep integer
totalSteps integer
firstStep function
lastStep function
nextStep function
previousStep function
goToStep function integer : goToStep(3)

Transitions


The default transitions are using CSS taken from animate.css. You can override the transitions by passing in custom CSS classes to the transitions prop in <StepWizard>.

let custom = {
  enterRight: 'your custom css transition classes',
  enterLeft : 'your custom css transition classes',
  exitRight : 'your custom css transition classes',
  exitLeft  : 'your custom css transition classes'
}
<StepWizard transitions={custom}>...</StepWizard>

Initial Step


The order of your steps in JSX will be loaded in the same order in the browser. However, you may specify which step to start on page load by using the initialStep prop. It accepts a numeric value corresponding to the step order.

<StepWizard initialStep={3}>...</StepWizard>

Alternatively, passing the active prop to a child component makes it the initial step. This doesn't reorder it to be first but rather skips directly to it on start.

<StepWizard>
  <Step1>...</Step1>
  <Step2 active>...</Step2>
</StepWizard>

*Neglecting to pass in the active prop will result in the first component displaying first.

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