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react-stint v1.0.5

reactly timesheet.js


A port of timesheet.js. Create simple timelines with JavaScript.



Available via cjs (browserify or webpack). Install with npm:

npm install react-stint


Require it in your code, feed it your data, and render to the page:

var React = require('react');
var Timesheet = require('react-stint');

var data = [
  ["2002", "09/2002", "A freaking awesome time", "lorem"],
  ["06/2002", "09/2003", "Some great memories", "ipsum"],
  ["2003", "Had very bad luck"],
  ["10/2003", "2006", "At least had fun", "dolor"],
  ["02/2005", "05/2006", "Enjoyed those times as well", "ipsum"],
  ["07/2005", "09/2005", "Bad luck again", "default"],
  ["10/2005", "2008", "For a long time nothing happened", "dolor"],
  ["01/2008", "05/2009", "LOST Season #4", "lorem"],
  ["01/2009", "05/2009", "LOST Season #4", "lorem"],
  ["02/2010", "05/2010", "LOST Season #5", "lorem"],
  ["09/2008", "06/2010", "FRINGE #1 & #2", "ipsum"]

React.render(<Timesheet min={2002} max={2013} data={data} />;, document.body);


Get the repo:

git clone

Install dependencies:

cd react-stint
npm install

Run the dev server:

npm start

And check it out in a web browser:

open http://localhost:8080



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