React UI Components Documentation
Typescript React UI Components for jQWidgets
React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible library for building user interfaces. It lets you compose complex UIs from small and isolated pieces of code called components.
Node.js - to verify that you have it installed, run the command node -v in cmd. It will output the current version.
Note: Make sure that you are running on the latest Node.js and npm versions.
Setup using create-jqwidgets-react-app
To use a template project with jQWidgets and Create React App, please refer to: create-jqwidgets-react-app
This is the simplest way to get jQWidgets working with React.
Setup using Create React App
To use the React Components with Create React App, please refer to: Create React App
Setup using Webpack
To use the React Components with Webpack, please refer to: React & Webpack
There are two ways of creating a component:
I. Static Loading
This is the default and simplest way of creating a React component.
II. Lazy Loading
This is used when we want to create the component after the Initial Render has passed by.