Drag-and-drop Sortable Component for nested data and hierarchies

Drag-and-drop Sortable Component for nested data and hierarchies

A React component for Drag-and-drop sortable representation of hierarchical data. Checkout the demo for a demonstration of some basic features. Checkout the storybook for advanced usage.

React Sortable Tree

A React component for Drag-and-drop sortable representation of hierarchical data. Checkout the demo for a demonstration of some basic features. Checkout the storybook for advanced usage.

Getting started

Install react-sortable-tree using npm.

# NPM
npm install react-sortable-tree --save

# YARN
yarn add react-sortable-tree

ES6 and CommonJS builds are available with each distribution. For example:

// This only needs to be done once; probably during your application's bootstrapping process.
import 'react-sortable-tree/style.css';

// You can import the default tree with dnd context
import SortableTree from 'react-sortable-tree';

// Or you can import the tree without the dnd context as a named export. eg
import { SortableTreeWithoutDndContext as SortableTree } from 'react-sortable-tree';

// Importing from cjs (default)
import SortableTree from 'react-sortable-tree/dist/index.cjs.js';
import SortableTree from 'react-sortable-tree';

// Importing from esm
import SortableTree from 'react-sortable-tree/dist/index.esm.js';

Usage

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import SortableTree from 'react-sortable-tree';
import 'react-sortable-tree/style.css'; // This only needs to be imported once in your app

export default class Tree extends Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);

    this.state = {
      treeData: [
        { title: 'Chicken', children: [{ title: 'Egg' }] },
        { title: 'Fish', children: [{ title: 'fingerline'}] }
      ],
    };
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <div style={{ height: 400 }}>
        <SortableTree
          treeData={this.state.treeData}
          onChange={treeData => this.setState({ treeData })}
        />
      </div>
    );
  }
}

Data Helper Functions

Need a hand turning your flat data into nested tree data? Want to perform add/remove operations on the tree data without creating your own recursive function? Check out the helper functions exported from tree-data-utils.js.

Themes

Using the theme prop along with an imported theme module, you can easily override the default appearance with another standard one.

File Explorer Theme Full Node Drag Theme MINIMAL THEME
File Explorer Full Node Drag Minimalistic theme inspired from MATERIAL UI
react-sortable-tree-theme-file-explorer react-sortable-tree-theme-full-node-drag react-sortable-tree-theme-minimal
Github NPM Github

Help Wanted - As the themes feature has just been enabled, there are very few (only two at the time of this writing) theme modules available. If you've customized the appearance of your tree to be especially cool or easy to use, I would be happy to feature it in this readme with a link to the Github repo and NPM page if you convert it to a theme. You can use my file explorer theme repo as a template to plug in your own stuff.

Browser Compatibility

Browser Works?
Chrome Yes
Firefox Yes
Safari Yes
IE 11 Yes

Troubleshooting

If it throws "TypeError: fn is not a function" errors in production

This issue may be related to an ongoing incompatibility between UglifyJS and Webpack's behavior. See an explanation at create-react-app#2376.

The simplest way to mitigate this issue is by adding comparisons: false to your Uglify config as seen here: https://github.com/facebookincubator/create-react-app/pull/2379/files

If it doesn't work with other components that use react-dnd

react-dnd only allows for one DragDropContext at a time (see: https://github.com/gaearon/react-dnd/issues/186). To get around this, you can import the context-less tree component via SortableTreeWithoutDndContext.

// before
import SortableTree from 'react-sortable-tree';

// after
import { SortableTreeWithoutDndContext as SortableTree } from 'react-sortable-tree';

Contributing

Please read the Code of Conduct. I actively welcome pull requests :)

After cloning the repository and running yarn install inside, you can use the following commands to develop and build the project.

# Starts a webpack dev server that hosts a demo page with the component.
# It uses react-hot-loader so changes are reflected on save.
yarn start

# Start the storybook, which has several different examples to play with.
# Also hot-reloaded.
yarn run storybook

# Runs the library tests
yarn test

# Lints the code with eslint
yarn run lint

# Lints and builds the code, placing the result in the dist directory.
# This build is necessary to reflect changes if you're
#  `npm link`-ed to this repository from another local project.
yarn run build

Pull requests are welcome!

Download Details:

Author: frontend-collective

Live Demo: https://frontend-collective.github.io/react-sortable-tree/

GitHub: https://github.com/frontend-collective/react-sortable-tree

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