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React Tree View UI Component and Libraries
We will see 12 examples of react tree which will cover topics like html5 treeview, react tree table and relevant libraries. Above all they have been designed with intention to improve user navigation experience in the application.
1. React Treebeard
The react treebeard example shown here consist of two sections. The first one contain folders organized in a hierarchy structure. The section on the right shows the details of the item currently on selection. Moreover, we have the option to expand or collapse the parent folder. This allows us the option to either see child folders and files under them or hide them if they are occupying a lot of space.
This react tree component is fast, efficient and data drive while also allowing multiple configuration options. They allow quick view of the selected files and folders to see if it contains the element we’re searching or get general idea.
2. React treeview
This is an easy, light and flexible treeview made with react. Light in the sense that it doesn’t contain any fancy styling but mainly focuses on functionality.
The example describes two type of treeview. The first one is uncontrolled where each node are manually opened and closed whereas second one is controlled allowing collapse all button. This button is responsible for closing all nodes currently on expansion. The result is that we see only parent nodes in the view. However, reverse operation is not possible.
3. React UI tree
The initial intent for this design was for webpage builder. The way it works is by maintaining a tree structure within the component through JS tree.
To test and run the demo first of all you need to npm and the start it. Second run localhost on your browser with /example url.
4. React Super Treeview
There’s also a key combination for selecting multiple nodes. You may think how is this any different from check/uncheck node feature just discussed right? Well you don’t have to click on individual nodes if it is in a sequence. You can press shift and click on start and end nodes and this selects all the nodes in between them.
This react tree library has implementation scope on applications with roles and permission. You can expand a role nodes and check/uncheck as per policy. Same is for the permission and if the data is too huge, they can be loaded asynchronously for better performance.
The react tree is still undergoing some improvements. Some CSS and auto launch features are among few enhancement going on.
5. Tree UI component for react
You may have seen this somewhere before ? Oh well is it in the PC you are using ? I hope you’re using windows though (*winks). This react tree table is a classic example of sidebar folder view from windows showing hierarchy of folders inside of a drive.
The react tree table supports all latest browsers including Internet Explorer 9 and above. There are some important notes on calculation optimization and asynchronous loading that you should look into while implementing.
6. React Sortable Tree
In order to move files and folders to different location what might be the possible options? First and most simple thing to pop up in the mind is the get to original location press cltr + X then go to new destination and paste the content. What if I say you can do this without going through all old and new destination? Well this react tree table comes with ability to visually change the location of the folder.
The react component allows to drag and drop the content. Before releasing the click it shows a new layout to understand the changes. You can press escape to cancel the selection or release the mouse to get new sorted hierarchy. Moreover, expand all and collapse all option allows easy operation. Also, search bar is present for easily retrieving required content. As it is compatible with all browsers it becomes a universal html5 treeview.
7. React Treeview with Material UI
The data for nodes are presented in an array of list instead of object data structure. You have to keep few keys in mind for this purpose. This results in faster processing of the react tree table. Moreover, its the case of personal preference of author. Components inside the treeview uses ReactCSSTransitionGroup for animation purpose.
8. React treeview Component
9. React Checkbox Tree
You will find 10 examples of react tree view each with different set of features. You can select the features individually and then combine them to achieve a set of features for react tree library.
10. Reactjs d3 tree component
11. Craft AI decision tree react component
A number of change in its visual representation makes it distinct from other react tree view. They are caption for edges and hovering effect for each node. As a result when you hover over yes no node they show relevant information. Its one of the efficient method to get information on node without opening the node itself.
12. D3 layout tree
I think we have entered into tutorial like implementation of react tree view since this layout looks like a probability tree diagram. Likewise, this enables a number of possibility to be visualized under single display.
13. ReactJS tree view
This concludes the examples of react tree view for this article. Check out the demonstration and code for this one from the link below.
There will always be a number of files and folders for any person or organization. Maintaining them in a proper hierarchy will definitely make finding contents easy at any instant. Thus, use of tree view becomes must for applications dealing with multiple category and huge contents.