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React Component that implements a speed dial using Material-UI

React Component that implements a speed dial using Material-UI

react-speed-dial

React Component that implements a speed dial using Material-UI.

For Material-UI v1 use material-ui-speed-dial

like inbox toolbox version
inbox toolbox
open demo open demo

Installation

For the installation of Material-UI please have look in the Material-UI Documentation

React speed dial is available as an npm package.

npm install react-speed-dial

Usage

import React from 'react';
import MuiThemeProvider from 'material-ui/styles/MuiThemeProvider';

import Avatar from 'material-ui/Avatar';
import { SpeedDial, BubbleList, BubbleListItem } from 'react-speed-dial';

const App = () => {
  return (
    <MuiThemeProvider>
      <SpeedDial>
        <BubbleList>
          <BubbleListItem
            primaryText="Eric Hoffman"
            rightAvatar={<Avatar src="http://lorempixel.com/80/80" />}
          />
        </BubbleList>
      </SpeedDial>
    </MuiThemeProvider>
  );
};

App.displayName = 'App';

export default App;

Getting started

  1. Fork the React-speed-dial repository on Github
  2. Clone your fork to your local machine git clone [email protected]:<yourname>/react-speed-dial.git
  3. Create a branch git checkout -b my-topic-branch
  4. Make your changes and add tests for them, lint, test then push to to github with git push --set-upstream origin my-topic-branch.
  5. Visit github and make your pull request.

Scripts

  • Install npm install or yarn install
  • Start developing npm start or yarn start
  • Lint npm run lint or yarn lint
  • Test npm test or yarn test
  • Build npm run build or yarn build
  • Static server npm run static-server or yarn static-server

Coding style

Please follow the coding style of the current code base.
React-speed-dial uses eslint, so if possible, enable linting in your editor to get realtime feedback.
The linting rules can be run manually with npm run lint.

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