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react-fullpage

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Official React wrapper for the fullpage.js library

react-fullpage version

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IE / Edge
IE / Edge
Firefox
Firefox
Chrome
Chrome
Safari
Safari
iOS Safari
iOS Safari
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Samsung
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Table of Contents

Installation

npm install @fullpage/react-fullpage

This will install the wrapper as well as fullpage.js

License

Non open source license

If you want to use react-fullpage to develop non open sourced sites, themes, projects, and applications, the Commercial license is the appropriate license. With this option, your source code is kept proprietary. Which means, you won't have to change your whole application's source code to an open source license. Purchase a Fullpage Commercial License.

Open source license

If you are creating an open source application under a license compatible with the GNU GPL license v3, you may use fullPage under the terms of the GPLv3.

The credit comments in the JavaScript and CSS files should be kept intact (even after combination or minification)

Read more about fullPage's license.

Usage

This wrapper creates a <ReactFullpage /> component. It exposes a render-prop API so markup can remain the same across fullpage.js libraries. The render prop accepts 1 parameter in its callback which contains the component's react properties state, context, etc.

UMD

A umd bundle is available for those without a build step

import ReactFullpage from '@fullpage/react-fullpage-umd'; // will return static version on server and "live" version on client

Server Side Rendering

SSR is supported however the server-rendered html will not be styled, this is because window must be present in order to properly set height + width of slides. So long as you rehydrate your fullpage component in the browser environment, regular styles will be applied.

When using SSR or a framework such as next.js, the component adjusts itself dynamically according to the presence of window

import ReactFullpage from '@fullpage/react-fullpage'; // will return static version on server and "live" version on client

SSR Examples: gatsby next.js

Examples

In-depth examples can be found here

Quickstart Example:

import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import ReactFullpage from '@fullpage/react-fullpage';

const Fullpage = () => (
  <ReactFullpage
    render={({ state, fullpageApi }) => {
      return (
        <ReactFullpage.Wrapper>
          <div className="section">
            <p>Section 1 (welcome to fullpage.js)</p>
            <button onClick={() => fullpageApi.moveSectionDown()}>
              Click me to move down
            </button>
          </div>
          <div className="section">
            <p>Section 2</p>
          </div>
        </ReactFullpage.Wrapper>
      );
    }}
  />
);

ReactDOM.render(<Fullpage />, document.getElementById('react-root'));

Fullpage.js Extension Example:

import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import ReactFullpage from '@fullpage/react-fullpage';

// NOTE: if using fullpage extensions/plugins put them here and pass it as props
const pluginWrapper = () => {
  require('fullpage.js/vendors/scrolloverflow');
  require('./statics/fullpage.scrollHorizontally.min');
};

const Fullpage = () => (
  <ReactFullpage
    pluginWrapper
    render={({ state, fullpageApi }) => {
      return (
        <ReactFullpage.Wrapper>
          <div className="section">
            <p>Section 1 (welcome to fullpage.js)</p>
            <button onClick={() => fullpageApi.moveSectionDown()}>
              Click me to move down
            </button>
          </div>
          <div className="section">
            <p>Section 2</p>
          </div>
        </ReactFullpage.Wrapper>
      );
    }}
  />
);

ReactDOM.render(<Fullpage />, document.getElementById('react-root'));

Notice that when using the option scrollOverflow:true or any fullPage.js extension you'll have to include the file for those features before the react-fullpage component.

State

The wrapper maintains state in accordance to the latest version of fullpage.js callbacks

The most recent callback event that triggered a state change will be available as state.lastEvent

NOTE: if the v2 prop is passed, state will be mapped to v2 callbacks

Props

You can use any options supported by fullPage.js library as react props.

Props object can contain standard options as well as fullPage.js callbacks.

Example

More on callbacks here

Methods

fullPage.js contains many methods. You can use any of them. These are made available as properties on the imported fullpage.js library once the first render has occured.

Callbacks

Each callback name passed to the component will maintain state itself and this will be reflected via the render prop Callback parameters and the latest callback fired by fullpage.js will be reflected in state.

Styles

All fullpage.js styles are loaded from the component via a <style/> tag created with javascript. To override fullpage.js styles you must match specificity. Example here in the overrides.css file

Contributing

Found an issue? Have an idea? Check out the Contributing guide and open a PR

Resources