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@sensenet/document-viewer-react


This package is not under active development. You can find our latest packages in the sensenset/sn-client monorepo.


Document viewer component for sensenet ECM

Running the example application

  1. Clone this repository with git clone https://github.com/SenseNet/sn-document-viewer-react.git and open the created directory with cd sn-document-viewer-react
  2. Install the dependencies: npm install
  3. Start the development server with the npm run start command
  4. You can open the app in your browser on the http://localhost:8080/ address by default

You will need a preconfigured sensenet ^7.0.0 backend with preconfigured CORS settings and a document with generated previews and open permission to try the component.

Usage and installation

You can check out our sn-dms-demo application for an example how to use the Document Viewer component in your React / Redux application.

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