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React controls with webpack

Hi, I am trying to use the react RTE in a project that uses webpack, is it compatible with webpack? Is there an example of requiring or importing it and it's dependencies into a webpack module?

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PO Prince Oliver Syncfusion Team February 8, 2017 10:32 AM UTC

Hi Jason,  

Thanks for contacting Syncfusion support.  

Our react components are compatible with webpack. We have attached a sample demonstrating the support of webpack with our components.  

Refer to the following UG link for more information on React components: https://help.syncfusion.com/reactjs/overview#create-react-application-layout 

Refer to the following link for RTE sample with webpack:   


HR Higgins Ronald June 27, 2023 10:22 AM UTC

Yes, React RTE (Rich Text Editor) is compatible with webpack. You can use webpack to bundle and manage the dependencies of React RTE along with your other project files. Here's an example of how you can require or import React RTE and its dependencies using webpack: Install React RTE and its dependencies using npm or yarn In your JavaScript file, import the required modules Create a React component that includes the React RTE editor Use the ReactDOM to render the component Configure your webpack configuration file (e.g., webpack.config.js) to handle the React RTE dependencies and your JavaScript files Make sure you have the necessary loaders installed (babel-loader, style-loader, css-loader) by running Run webpack to build your bundle After running webpack, you'll find the bundled JavaScript file (e.g., bundle.js) in the dist folder. Include this bundled file in your HTML file along with a container element for rendering the editor (e.g., <div id="root"></div>), and you should be able to use React RTE in your project. Remember to adjust the paths and configurations according to your project structure and needs. Please note that the example assumes you have a basic webpack setup and are using Babel for transpiling JavaScript files. If you haven't set up webpack or Babel yet, you may need to configure them accordingly.

SS Shereen Shajahan Syncfusion Team June 28, 2023 05:13 AM UTC

Hi Higgins,

Thank you for the update. Please get back to us for assistance in the future.



ST Shiv Technolabs June 28, 2023 10:02 AM UTC

Hello there,

Here's a brief overview:

  1. Install dependencies: Use npm to install the required packages (react-quill and quill).
  2. Configure webpack: In your webpack configuration file, set up appropriate rules to handle CSS, HTML, and Babel loading for the React RTE library.
  3. Import and use the React RTE: In your React component file, import the ReactQuill component from react-quill and the corresponding CSS styles from react-quill/dist/quill.snow.css.
  4. Use the ReactQuill component: You can now use the ReactQuill component in your React component and render the RTE.

By following these steps, you can integrate the React RTE with webpack in your project and utilize its rich text editing capabilities.

However, for a more detailed solution, I recommend you should Hire React JS Developers.

I hope this helps you!

Thank you.

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