react-page-progress React library that tracks a users progress through a page as they scroll. View demo Download Source Install npm i react-page-progress OR yarn add react-page-progress Usage Props Props Type isRequired Example color
This is a wrapper to allow use perfect-scrollbar in React.
This Repo is not actively maintained! Please do not use in professional environment!
This is the contributor documentation for the react-stickyroll mono-repository.
Stickyroll is the successor of react-over-scroll.
SmartSticky is React component for sticky topbar that will hide when scrolling down and show when scrolling up.
This project is still in a very early stage. You shouldn't use this for production unless you really know what you're doing.
Keep your component, such as message boxes, scrolled down.
React component to keep the scroll of the page and to restore it if the user clicks on the back button of its browser.
OverScroll is a slide-show or content-slider, call it what you want.
React Scroll-To provides a Higher Order Component, and Render Props implementation.
React ScrollAnim Component.
React component for scrolling, zooming and highlighting code.
Simple React component for smoothy full-page scolling.
This is horizontal scrolling menu component for React. Menu component has adaptive width, just set width for parent container.
Two decorators (higher order components) that inject "window" scroll position, dimensions, orientation and breakpoint to your component's props.
prevent scrolling body, if list border reached, to get a better experience
This is little component for custom scroll in React. It is very customizable and flexible component. You can customization scrollbar.
A React component to execute a function whenever you scroll to an element. Works in all containers that can scroll, including the window.
A React Component for parallax effect.
Plx - React parallax component, lightweight and powerful.
A React component for scroll to #hash links with smooth animations. Scrollchor is a mix of Scroll and Anchor, a joke name for a useful component.
This is an implementation of fullpage.js in react. For the moment this is still in development and a lot of things can change.
A component to make all your infinite scrolling woes go away with just 4.15 kB!