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react-slick-vertical v0.11.1

React port of slick carousel

react-slick

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/akiran/react-slick

Carousel component built with React. It is a react port of slick carousel

Road to 1.0

react-slick is under active development now. Soon this project will have all the features of slick carousel. We encourage your feedback and support.

Installation

  npm install react-slick

Also install slick-carousel for css and font

  bower install slick-carousel

or add cdn link in your html

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/slick-carousel/1.3.15/slick.css" />

Demos

PlayGround

Use jsfiddle template to try react-slick with different settings.

Filling issues

Please replicate your issue with jsfiddile template and post it along with issue to make it easy for me to debug.

Starter Kit

Checkout yeoman generator to quickly get started with react-slick.

Example

var React = require('react');
var Slider = require('react-slick');

var SimpleSlider = React.createClass({
  render: function () {
    var settings = {
      dots: true,
      infinite: true,
      speed: 500,
      slidesToShow: 1,
      slidesToScroll: 1
    };
    return (
      <Slider {...settings}>
        <div><h3>1</h3></div>
        <div><h3>2</h3></div>
        <div><h3>3</h3></div>
        <div><h3>4</h3></div>
        <div><h3>5</h3></div>
        <div><h3>6</h3></div>
      </Slider>
    );
  }
});
PropertyTypeDescriptionWorking
classNameStringAdditional class name for the inner slider divYes
adaptiveHeightboolAdjust the slide's height automaticallyYes
arrowsboolShould we show Left and right nav arrowsYes
nextArrowReact ComponentUse this component for the next arrow buttonYes
prevArrowReact ComponentUse this component for the prev arrow buttonYes
autoplayboolShould the scroller auto scroll?Yes
autoplaySpeedintdelay between each auto scoll. in msYes
centerModeboolShould we centre to a single item?Yes
centerPadding
cssEase
dotsboolShould we show the dots at the bottom of the galleryYes
dotsClassstringClass applied to the dots if they are enabledYes
draggableboolIs the gallery scrollable via dragging on desktop?Yes
easingstring
fadeboolSlides use fade for transitionYes
focusOnSelectbool
infiniteboolshould the gallery wrap around it's contentsYes
initialSlideintwhich item should be the first to be displayedYes
lazyLoadboolLoads images or renders components on demandsYes
responsivearrayArray of objects in the form of { breakpoint: int, settings: { ... } } The breakpoint int is the maxWidth so the settings will be applied when resolution is below this value. Breakpoints in the array should be ordered from smalles to greatest. Use 'unslick' in place of the settings object to disable rendering the carousel at that breakpoint. Example: [ { breakpoint: 768, settings: { slidesToShow: 3 } }, { breakpoint: 1024, settings: { slidesToShow: 5 } }, { breakpoint: 100000, settings: 'unslick' } ]Yes
rtlboolReverses the slide orderYes
slidestring
slidesToShowintNumber of slides to be visible at a timeYes
slidesToScrollintNumber of slides to scroll for each navigation item
speedint
swipebool
swipeToSlidebool
touchMovebool
touchThresholdint
variableWidthbool
useCSSboolEnable/Disable CSS TransitionsYes
verticalbool
afterChangefunctioncallback function called after the current index changesYes
beforeChangefunctioncallback function called before the current index changesYes
slickGoTointgo to the specified slide number

Custom next/prev arrows

To customize the next/prev arrow elements, simply create new React components and set them as the values of nextArrow and prevArrow.

class LeftNavButton extends React.Component {
  render() {
    return <button {...this.props}>Next</button>  
  }
}

Important: be sure that you pass your component's props to your clickable element like the example above. If you don't, your custom component won't trigger the click handler.

You can also set onClick={this.props.onClick} if you only want to set the click handler.

Development

Want to run demos locally

git clone https://github.com/akiran/react-slick
npm install
npm start
open http://localhost:8000

Polyfills for old IE support

matchMedia support from media-match

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