Material UI Image

Images are ugly until they're loaded. Materialize it with material image! It will fade in like the material image loading pattern suggests.



npm install material-ui-image

Note: This is the version for Material-UI 1.0.0-rc.0 or later. If you are using Material-UI 1.0.0-beta, you should update to the latest version. If you are still using Material-UI 0.x, you can use our [legacy version][legacy].


Use this component just like a regular img tag.

import Image from 'material-ui-image'

// ...

render() {
  return (

Material UI Image Properties

Name Type Default Description
src* string Specifies the URL of an image.
aspectRatio float (1/1) Specifies the aspect ratio of the image.
color string white Override the background color.
disableError bool false Disables the error icon if set to true.
disableSpinner bool false Disables the loading spinner if set to true.
disableTransition bool false Disables the transition if set to true.
errorIcon node Override the error icon.
imageStyle object { width: 'inherit', height: 'inherit' } Override the inline-styles of the image.
loading node Override the loading component.
onClick func Fired when the user clicks on the image happened.
style object Override the inline-styles of the root element.

* required property