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React Joyride

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Create awesome tours for your app!

Showcase your app to new users or explain functionality of new features.

It uses react-floater for positioning and styling.
And you can use your own components too!

View the demo here (or the codesandbox examples)

Read the docs

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npm i react-joyride

Getting Started

import Joyride from 'react-joyride';

export class App extends React.Component { state = { steps: [ { target: '.my-first-step', content: 'This is my awesome feature!', }, { target: '.my-other-step', content: 'This another awesome feature!', }, ... ] };

render () { const { steps } = this.state;

return (
  <div classname="app">
    <joyride steps="{steps}" ...></joyride>

} }

If you need to support legacy browsers you need to include the scrollingelement polyfill.


Setting up a local development environment is easy!

Clone (or fork) this repo on your machine, navigate to its location in the terminal and run:

npm install
npm link # link your local repo to your global packages
npm run watch # build the files and watch for changes

Now clone and run:

npm install
npm link react-joyride # just link your local copy into this project's node_modules
npm start

Start coding! 🎉

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