React Virtual Keyboard - Customizable, responsive and lightweight
The slick virtual keyboard for React. Customizable, responsive and lightweight.
Check out the Getting Started docs to begin.
Check out the simple-keyboard documentation site.
Feel free to browse the Questions & Answers page for common use-cases.
Simple-keyboard is intended for modern, standards-compliant browsers. Internet Explorer is sadly not one of them, and since its market-share is negligible (~2% for IE11), resources won't be spent in trying to support it.
For more information, check out this Q&A entry.
PR's and issues are welcome. Feel free to submit any issues you have at: https://github.com/hodgef/react-simple-keyboard/issues
Source Code: https://github.com/hodgef/react-simple-keyboard
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