Install the latest version of the package:
npm install react-slidy --save
Import the component:
import ReactSlidy from 'react-slidy'
Import the styles:
import 'react-slidy/lib/index.scss'// or using the css providedimport 'react-slidy/lib/styles.css'
you could also load the CSS directly from HTML:
<!-- from the index.html --><link rel='stylesheet' href='https://unpkg.com/react-slidy/lib/styles.css'>
If you're using SASS, you could modify the following variables:
$react-slidy-c-background: transparent !default;$react-slidy-c-nav-background: rgba(255, 255, 255, .8) !default;$react-slidy-c-nav-color: #aaaaaa !default;$react-slidy-c-transparent: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0) !default;$react-slidy-mh: 50px !default;$react-slidy-h-image: auto !default;
The slider is optimized in order to be lazy loaded and, then, load the images only when needed so you could notice an empty image while sliding.
You could preload as much as images as you want by using the
itemsToPreload in order to avoid that effect if you wish.
You could use the slider with React components. Just put them inside. Every child will be rendered as slide. For example:
You could use the
keyboardNavigation prop in order to activate keyboard navigation. Try to use the left and right arrow in order to navigate the next slider.
While not recommendable, you could wrap the Slider with a clickable element like an anchor, and the next and previous buttons will work as expected while the rest of the slider is clickable.
You could easily add more content to the slider and it will adapt automatically for you. Try to click the button in order to add more content and check that how the new slides are being added.
numOfSlides prop to determine the number of slides that will be shown at once.
numOfSlides with sanitize the number of shown items if there's not enough children available to be used. For example, if
numOfSlides is 5, but you have only two slides, it will show only two using the full width.
You could, however, disable the previous behaviour by using the prop
sanitize in order to avoid changing the
numOfSlides prop on the fly. This mean the space will be divided by the numOfSlides even if there's no slides enough to show.
While React Slidy doesn't offer a built-in progress indicator, you could build one easily with a few lines of code thanks to its API.
By default, slides uses the full width of the container. So, if you're using an image, it uses all the width available. You could avoid this by using the prop
If you have slides with different heights you need to specify the maxHeight to be used for each slide, in order to avoid inner images or content to make the slider jump as they will automatically adapt to the available width and automatically detect the height.
Children to be used as slides for the slider
Class base to create all clases for elements. Styles might break if you modify it.
Function that will be executed AFTER destroying the slider. Useful for clean up stuff
Function that will be executed AFTER initializing the slider
Function that will be executed AFTER slide transition has ended
Function that will be executed BEFORE slide is happening
Ease mode to use on translations
Determine the object-fit property for the images
Determine the number of items that will be preloaded
Determine the first slide to start with
Activate navigation by keyboard
Determine if the slider will be lazy loaded using Intersection Observer
Configuration for lazy loading. Only needed if lazyLoadSlider is true
Activate navigation by keyboard
Number of slides to show at once
Determine if we want to sanitize the slides or take numberOfSlider directly
Change dynamically the slide number, perfect to use with dots
Determine if arrows should be shown
Determine the speed of the sliding animation
Use the full height of the container adding some styles to the elements
Created and mantained by midudev