The React Toolbar is a feature-rich component that provides an interface for selecting a command from a collection of commands. Its features include different orientations, responsive modes (scrollable and pop-up), templating, and button alignment based on priority.
Customize the command appearance with HTML elements like images, text buttons, toggle buttons, selection boxes, text boxes, and autocomplete. They help you make toolbar search boxes and toolbar menu-like applications.
The React Toolbar component provides data-binding support rendered based on a JSON array collection of properties such as text, type, and alignment. Data binding can be achieved by forming an array collection of items.
The React Toolbar component adapts to the available space with two types of display modes, scrollable and pop-up, for modern web and mobile applications.
The scrollable display mode displays toolbar commands in a single line with horizontal scrolling enabled when the items overflow the visible space. You can swipe over the toolbar commands to scroll.
The pop-up menu is another type of overflow mode in which the toolbar container holds only the items that can be placed within the available space. The items that do not fit the viewing area are moved to the overflow pop-up container. You can view the overflow tab headers by clicking the pop-up icon.
You can prioritize the commands to be displayed in the pop-up or toolbar when minimum space is available to view them.
You can set specific items to display in the pop-up always, regardless of the available space on the toolbar.
Display the overflow toolbar items as an inline of a toolbar.
Hide the overflowing toolbar items in the next row. Show the overflowing toolbar items when you click the expand icons. If the pop-up content overflows the height of the page, the rest of the elements will be hidden.
The React Toolbar commands are positioned with left, right, or center alignment in the toolbar area.
The React Toolbar component’s default command is a button type, which can render with given text input.
You can add icons or images with or without text to buttons. The icons can be positioned to the left or right.
You can add button text when necessary, which means you can decide to show text in the pop-up alone, toolbar alone, or in both.
To describe the actions of the command, a tooltip can be added. By default, HTML is supported, but the React tooltip component can also be used.
The React Toolbar provides customizable commands with styles such as CSS classes and HTML attributes such as ID, class, and styles.
Developers can control the appearance and behaviors of a toolbar using a rich set of APIs.
The React Toolbar component is shipped with several built-in themes: Material, Bootstrap, Fabric (Office 365), Tailwind CSS, and High Contrast.
Users can customize any one of these built-in themes or create new themes by either simply overriding SASS variables or using our Theme Studio application.
Syncfusion React Toolbar provides the following features:
You can find our React Toolbar demo, which demonstrates how to render and configure the Toolbar.
No, this is a commercial product and requires a paid license. However, a free community license is also available for companies and individuals whose organizations have less than $1 million USD in annual gross revenue, 5 or fewer developers, and 10 or fewer total employees.
A good place to start would be our comprehensive getting started documentation.
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