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react-joyride-q5 v2.0.0

Create walkthroughs and guided tours for your apps

React Joyride

Joyride example image

Create a tour for your app!
Use it to showcase your app for new users! Or explain functionality of complex features!

View the demo here

You can edit the demo here

If you are looking for the documentation for the old 1.x version, go here


npm i react-joyride@next

Getting Started

Just set a steps array to the Joyride component and you're good to go!

You can use your own component for the tooltip body or beacon, if you want.

import Joyride from 'react-joyride';

export class App extends React.Component {
  state = {
    run: false,
    steps: [
        target: '.my-first-step',
        content: 'This if my awesome feature!',
        placement: 'bottom',
        target: '.my-other-step',
        content: 'This if my awesome feature!',
        placement: 'bottom',

  componentDidMount() {
    this.setState({ run: true });

  callback = (data) => {
    const { action, index, type } = data;

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

    return (
      <div className="app">







Migration from 1.x

This library uses react-floater and popper.js for positioning and styling.

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