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GitHub version npm version @airbnb

React Material Color Picker Component

Material Design is a design language introduced by Google. If you want to find color inspiration for a specific design style based on material color palette, you can use this component as a development tool. You may find it useful while creating Material apps in combination with such libraries as Material-UI

Appearance

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Install

$ npm i react-material-color-picker --save

Usage

import React from 'react';
import MaterialColorPicker from 'react-material-color-picker';

// in your app
<MaterialColorPicker 
    initColor="rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.26)"
    onSubmit={actionLog()}
    onReset={actionLog()}
    style={{width: 400, backgroundColor: '#c7c7c7'}}
    submitLabel='Apply'
    resetLabel='Undo'
/>

Demo

Live demo

API

Props and Callbacks

initColor should be color string from Goggle material color palette

style - inline style of the root div node

submitLabel and resetLabel are titles of the appropriate buttons

onSubmit and onReset are callbacks wich will be invoked by clicking the appropriate buttons. It will recieve an argument with the following structure:

event = {
        type, // 'submit' || 'reset', 
        timeStamp, // nativeEvent.timeStamp,
        target: {
            value, // currient color string,
            nativeEvent, // nativeEvent,
            name: 'MaterialColorPicker',
            node, // ref to root div element,
            ...this.props,
        }
};

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