Drag and Drop for React

Overview

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React DnD

Drag and Drop for React.

See the docs, tutorials and examples on the website:

http://react-dnd.github.io/react-dnd/

See the changelog on the Releases page:

https://github.com/react-dnd/react-dnd/releases

Questions? Find us on the Reactiflux Discord Server (#need-help)

https://www.reactiflux.com/

Technical Details

  • ES Modules w/ Embedded CJS for Jest Testing
  • Ships w/ TS Typings
  • Browserlist Target: >0.25%, not dead

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Comments
  • Cannot have two HTML5 backends at the same time

    Cannot have two HTML5 backends at the same time

    Hi Dan,

    Just a quick one - I'm trying to use my own component that has react-dnd as a dependency in another app which itself uses react-dnd so the error above expected. In this case, what would be the best way to fix this?

    Since the other component is my own, I can remove the DragDropContext call from while exporting the component but then that sacrifices the re-usability of the component. What do you advise?

    opened by prakhar1989 74
  • CustomDragLayer slow performance

    CustomDragLayer slow performance

    Is there any reason why the CustomDragLayer for me is giving me bad performance? Its like theres low fps, or rather, the arbitrary object that I am dragging around is lagging and not looking smooth

    opened by jr69 47
  • Hooks API Discussion

    Hooks API Discussion

    Somebody was going to ask eventually! The new hooks API could possibly help here. I think most of the API can pretty much stay the same, with the HOC mapping directly into a hook.

    I do wonder if we can replace connectDragSource and connectDropTarget with just passing in the value of useRef. It could definitely make stuff cleaner if that's possible!

    design decisions discussion 
    opened by jacobp100 43
  • How can I get info about dragging files in canDrop method?

    How can I get info about dragging files in canDrop method?

    I want to restrict allowed files extension and need to know what files user is dragging, but console throws warning: NativeDragSources.js:61 Browser doesn't allow reading "files" until the drop event. So what is the best way of checking file extension or dragging files count before dropping it on drop target?

    pinned 
    opened by andrewQwer 36
  • Who uses React DnD?

    Who uses React DnD?

    In the past week, I closed a bunch of issues and pushed out a few releases but it’s hard to do this in isolation from understanding the user needs. This project has many stars but when there is an issue, it’s hard to say how many people it impacts, and why we don’t get more pull requests.

    The codebase is not documented and can be intimidating to outsiders, which I understand well. Is this the reason why we don’t get more pull requests for fixes? Or is it because the project is not used as widely as stars lead me to believe?

    I would like to ask the current users of React DnD to check in here to say a few words.

    • What products are you using React DnD in?
    • How useful do you find it?
    • How often do you have issues with it, and how frustrating are they?
    • Which features do you care about?
    • Can you attach a couple of screenshots of your product?

    This will help me understand how this project fits in the ecosystem, and how much of my free time is worth allocating to it. Thanks!

    announcement 
    opened by gaearon 35
  • Invariant Violation: Expected targetIds to be registered.

    Invariant Violation: Expected targetIds to be registered.

    Hi there. We are getting this error (although the functionality is okay and works fine). Do you have any idea how it can happen? couldn't figure it out from the source code.

    wontfix 
    opened by miadabrin 34
  • React DnD not work on Chrome 59

    React DnD not work on Chrome 59

    After upgrading to Chrome 59, react-dnd no longer works. After a bit investigating, it looks like Chrome no longer triggers "dragend" event which leads to react-dnd misunderstand when I try to drag the second item/time Anyone experience the same issue?

    wontfix 
    opened by hunterbmt 33
  • Please add plain ES5 examples

    Please add plain ES5 examples

    Not all of us have the luxury of using newfangled ES7 syntax, it would be a lot of help for newcomer information overload if there could be a couple working examples that didn't introduce all these new language features (especially experimental features like ES7 decorators) in the examples. The usefulness of examples is diluted when cluttered with experimental language features.


    Edit from maintainer: please track them here: https://github.com/vkbansal/react-dnd-es5-examples


    opened by ghost 32
  • Support dragging multiple elements

    Support dragging multiple elements

    There is a common pattern that is hard to implement with native drag and drop: dragging multiple elements. While selection mechanics might vary from app to app (cmd+clicking, checkboxes, predefined groups), but it would be nice to at least make it possible to support this scenario.

    screen shot 2014-10-26 at 1 07 07

    Because multiple dragged items may not be siblings in DOM and setDragImage(element, x, y) is pretty much insane and hasn't gotten any better, we won't burden ourselves with trying to render several elements in drag preview at once.

    How can we help implement this scenario, if we can't show a "multiple" drag preview?

    In a way, this scenario is already possible: consumers can manually keep track of selected elements, set dragPreview to some kind of generic placeholder Image and react appropriately to the dropping of (as far as business logic is concerned) several elements.

    However there is currently no supported way for one element to know that it's part of a group that's being dragged. From react-dnd's point of view, if we drag something, this component gets getDragState(type).isDragging = true, but other components don't. From your app point of view, if you support multiple selection, you want all logically "selected" items to be aware that they're being dragged, even if only one of them is being actually "DOM-dragged".

    What we need is a way for components to tell react-dnd that, “hey, although onDragStart was received by another component, I want to pretend that I'm being dragged too, and have my getDragState(type) mirror dragged component's getDragState(type), and have my endDrag(didDrop) called too so I could do my stuff”.

    How would components opt into that?

    design decisions 
    opened by gaearon 32
  • Support ES6 classes

    Support ES6 classes

    React 0.13 will allow pure ES6 classes as components. React DnD currently relies on mixins.

    We should find a way to port current API to a more generic primitive that can be used equally well from our mixins and ES6 classes. Ideally mixins will just be a sugar over more basic functionality.

    This should inform the design of https://github.com/gaearon/react-dnd/issues/103 so we don't have to redo the API once again later.

    opened by gaearon 31
  • Customize the cursor during drag

    Customize the cursor during drag

    Fantastic library! Thanks for all your hard work in putting it together. I have a quick question: is it possible to customize the cursor such that during a drag operation, the cursor is always set to the same thing (specifically I want to set it to the dragging icon)?

    In other words, regardless of whether you are over a drop zone or not, the cursor remains the same. This is similar to how Trello has the cursor while dragging a note, for example.

    Thanks in advance!

    question 
    opened by dshorowitz 30
  • Latest chrome update broke DnD

    Latest chrome update broke DnD

    After we updated chrome to latest version (106.0.5249.61) we noticed weird behavior in DnD logic. When I start to move element some other elements disappeared. When I do that second time everything gets back. I started to dig into it and found that in 'handleTopDragStart' event everything is fine but after it something goes wrong (HTML5BackendImpl.js). Other interesting thing is: when I try to resize window all UI elements comes back. So I tried to trigger resize event with hope to fix this, but it didn't work out.

    Expected behavior When start drag element all other elements still showing

    Video ezgif-1-d34bf1cd0a

    Desktop:

    • OS: macOS Monterey 12.6 (but the same in Windows)
    • Browser: Chrome
    • Version: 106.0.5249.61

    Everything works fine with older chrome or any other browser (Safari, Firefox)

    Dependencies I was able to update project as possible (we had old dependencies), but even with them it doesn't work. Now I have following versions: "react": "18.2.0", "react-dnd": "14.0.5", "react-dnd-html5-backend": "14.1.0", "react-dom": "18.2.0", "react-draggable": "4.1.0"

    opened by nstepanovPrelude 5
  • Help For Drag And Drop and Sortebel in container

    Help For Drag And Drop and Sortebel in container

    How can I use drag and drop and sortebel in a container? This is my code. I want the red background container to be able to drag and sort. Please guide me.

    https://codesandbox.io/s/react-dnd-7ockko

    dndsort

    opened by AlirezaBabaeii 0
  • Can we have a `mouseleave` similar to `hover` in the `useDrop` to customize?

    Can we have a `mouseleave` similar to `hover` in the `useDrop` to customize?

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. I'm working on a treeMap component which needs to support drag and sort. I want to draw a dropping line while mouse is over a target. If mouse is over target top half, the line will be above the target, otherwise, it will below the target. I'm using hover function from useDrop to detect the position of the mouse, but the problem is that when mouse leaves the target, there is no way I can cleanup the drawn line on the last target. Currently, I save the lastRef of the target to compare with the currently hovered ref, but the UX is not quite good. I see flickering while drag around

    Describe the solution you'd like I hope there is mouseleave handler that I can customize to cleanup whatever did in the hover.

    Describe alternatives you've considered A clear and concise description of any alternative solutions or features you've considered. None Additional context Add any other context or screenshots about the feature request here. None

    opened by RyanZhu1024 1
  • Add Documentation for electron + react-dnd

    Add Documentation for electron + react-dnd

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. I am working on an Electron application that has react-dnd and also uses Native File Drag & Drop. However, they don't interact well together. The Electron documentation has this snippet:

    document.getElementById('drag').ondragstart = (event) => {
      event.preventDefault()
      window.electron.startDrag('drag-and-drop.md')
    }
    

    But, preventing default prevents the HTML5 backend from working. If I remove that part but use startDrag, the application crashes. One or the other will work, but not both.

    Basically, I want to be able to both drop items onto designated drop targets inside the application AND drop files outside of the application.

    Describe the solution you'd like Seeing as react-dnd and react-dnd-html5-backend show up a lot in Electron applications, it would be nice to have an example or some documentation around how to use both Native File Drag & Drop and useDrag and useDrop.

    opened by eliw00d 0
  • Composing refs causes stale

    Composing refs causes stale "draggable" attribute on dom elements

    Describe the bug Composing refs as suggested by the examples causes the "draggable" attribute that is added to dom elements (by useDrag's returned ref) to become stale.

    In my use case, the UI is a form and can be disabled/read-only. The disabled state can change without remounting the UI. This can cause draggable items to remain draggable even though the UI has become read-only, or the opposite, items can remain non-draggable even though the UI is no longer read-only.

    Reproduction

    Live Reproduction

    This is a minor change to "Single Target" example. The code adds a "disabled" state and composes refs with drag(ref) as suggested by the "Simple Sortable" example.

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. See that items are draggable.
    2. Toggle the "Disabled" checkbox.
    3. See that items are still draggable.
    4. Toggle the checkbox again.
    5. See that items are no longer draggable.

    Expected behavior It should be possible to consistently change the draggableness of a component without remounting it.

    Desktop:

    • OS: OSX
    • Browser: Chrome
    • Version 104

    Additional context This issue can be worked around by remounting the component; change the component's key at its call site to include whether the component is disabled.

    opened by tomconnors 0
  • custom layer delay after mouse up

    custom layer delay after mouse up

    bug1

    As you see on above GIF , i'm using custom layer now. after i release my dragging item ( mouse up ), that previewing item would sticking on the place where it last showing about 1 seconds, then DragLayerMonitor.isDragging set to false.

    like this problem where i came from

    opened by 17x 0
Releases(v16.0.0)
  • v16.0.0(Apr 5, 2022)

  • v15.1.2(Feb 7, 2022)

    The utility packages @react-dnd/invariant, @react-dnd/shallowequal, and @react-dnd/asap (which are forks of popular libraries) have been included in the monorepo and built using the same output mechanisms as the react-dnd core packages (dual EJS/CSM).

    @react-dnd/asap has been simplified to remove the node variant, which relied on deprecated APIs

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  • v15.1.0(Feb 5, 2022)

  • v15.0.2(Feb 4, 2022)

  • v15.0.1(Feb 4, 2022)

  • v15.0.0(Feb 4, 2022)

    Major Changes

    • ~~The react-dnd packages are now published as ESM-only with type: module. See this FAQ by sindresorhus: https://gist.github.com/sindresorhus/a39789f98801d908bbc7ff3ecc99d99c~~

    • The Decorators API has been removed and fully replaced by the Hooks API. The Decorators API was difficult to develop & type correctly, and this improves its maintainability.

    • The builds no longer use babel & preset-env. The library is transpiled using SWC into the "es2017" target, which assumes async/await is available. This should reduce bundle sizes by removing polyfills and support-code which may be unnecessary in your target.

    Bugfixes

    • Improve data-transfer acquisition from File inputs (#3262)
    • Don't set the 'draggable' attribute unless canDrag is true (#3187)
    • Improve typings of DropTargetMonitor, DragLayerMonitor (#3300, #3341)
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  • v14.0.3(Aug 13, 2021)

    Updated

    react-dnd: 14.0.3 react-dnd-html5-backend: 14.0.1 react-dnd-touch-backend: 14.1.0

    Patch Updates

    • Fix drop operations in iframes & child windows (#3181) (thanks @eramdam!)
    • Refactor TouchBackend OptionsReader (#3291)
    • Cleanup connected DOM elements from react-dnd internals when hook-based components unmount (#3290)
    • Fix issue where custom drag-sources where triggering native drops in Firefox (#3272) (thanks @istateside)
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  • v14.0.2(Mar 22, 2021)

  • v14.0.0(Mar 9, 2021)

    This release addresses a handful of nagging liveness and ergonomic issues with the hooks API.

    The liveness issues affect all hooks, and were discovered on deeper inspection of certain stress tests in the documentation. The internal useCollector() hook is used to collect props from the DnD system when things change. Prior to this update, we subscribed to updates from the DnD monitor to trigger prop collection. However, state on the react side was only accounted for on the first render. This release improves that liveness by collecting props whenever react state changes.

    The ergonomics of the useDrag have been refactored. In short:

    • spec.type is required
    • spec.item can be a function or static object.
    • The function version of spec.item replaces spec.begin

    Since the release of the hooks API, we packed type under spec.item. However, this led to nonintuitive situations where an item field was required to be specified even though items are created in the begin method.

    Additionally, in the original React-DnD design, beginDrag() was optional and the type of the draggables had to be defined. If no explicit DragObject was created, an implicit object was created by the system..

    The change we've made here decouples type from item, and collapses begin into item.

    // Pre-v14
    useDrag({
       // item defined here to get a type
       item: { type: BOX } },
       // ...but the actual item is created here
       begin: () => ({ id })
    })
    
    // v14
    useDrag({
       type: BOX,
       item: () => ({id})
    })
    

    e.g. useDrag({ item: { type: BOX }}) => useDrag({ type: 'BOX' })

    We've also added the ability to cancel drag operations in the hooks API by returning null from begin.

    // new API
    useDrag({
      type: BOX,
      item: () => shouldNotDrag ? null : {id},
    })
    
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  • v14.0.1(Mar 9, 2021)

  • 13.1.1(Feb 24, 2021)

    react-dnd

    Patch

    • Re-register drag sources in hooks API when item.type changes
    • Export missing typings

    react-dnd-html5-backend

    Patch

    • Export HTML5Context, HTML5BackendOptions interfaces
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  • v13.1.0(Feb 23, 2021)

    react-dnd

    TLDR: useDrag and useDrop support both a memo pattern and a spec object now.

    useDrag(() => spec) // good
    useDrag(spec) // also good
    

    In v13, we've tried to address some errors that were pervading with the react-dnd hooks API. Generally, making sure DragSource/DropTargets were up-to-date and that the system wasn't leaking handles was a precarious balancing act. Moving to a memo API pattern (e.g. useDrag(() => spec)) fixed this problem in our tests.

    However, as we dug further into handler leakage issues, it became clear that anything using the hooks would reattach and receive a new handler ID whenever the spec changed at all. This was in contrast to the Decorator API's behavior of keeping stable handler IDs as the incoming props changed.

    To fix the Hooks API to stop leaking handlers, we found a pretty simple solution: a classical class with a public setter for the spec object that's updated via a useEffect hook. This neatly avoids the mutating DragSource/DropTargets on every spec change. This had two effects: identifiers have been stabilized, and spec objects were usable again because changing them didn't cause DragSource/DropTarget instances to be regenerated and reattached.

    In retrospect, this undoes the necessity of the major cut that happened with v13, but the Hooks API is much sturdier now. We hope that you find the improved memory stability in the hooks API to be useful in your projects.

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  • v13.0.1(Feb 23, 2021)

    Patch Updates

    • Add invariant() invocations in useDrag, useDrop to verify that spec functions are used instead of objects
    • Fix handler registration memory leak issue with useDrag, useDrop
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  • 13.0.0(Feb 22, 2021)

    React-DnD v13, Others v12

    v12 was largely structural and organizational, but some issues were discovered shortly after release that warranted changing the hooks API.

    Breaking Changes

    • useDrag, useDrop hooks accept functions that create spec objects instead of spec objects directly. Clients can think about the API to useDrag() and useDrop() as being analogous to useMemo(). This allows clients to have direct control over when their DnD specifications are re-generated (which internally reattaches them to the DnD system).
    • Use jsx-factory throughout the library

    Non-Breaking Changes

    • Add HTML native draggable type to HTML5Backend (see new example)
    • Clients can specify a rootElement component in the HTML5Backend options to localize where DnD will process events in the client app.
    • react-dnd-test-utils has improved support for testing with HTML5Backend and using @testing-library/react to simulate drag-and-drop sequences.
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  • v11.1.3(May 29, 2020)

  • v11.1.2(May 27, 2020)

  • v11.1.0(May 26, 2020)

    Minor

    • Add getDecoratedComponent() method to wrapInTestContext imperative API. (#2488)

    Patch

    • Improve typings of wrapInTestContext(#2486)
    • Eliminate module cycles in react-dnd (#2491)
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  • v11.0.0(May 24, 2020)

    Breaking Changes

    Update Backends to use named exports for BackendFactory functions instead of default exports.

    e.g. import HTML5Backend from 'react-dnd-html5-backend 👇 import { HTML5Backend } from 'react-dnd-html5-backend

    In general, throughout the app we've minimized the usage of default exports as well. They interfere with type correctness and screw with UMD builds (e.g. having to scrape a .default property off of a UMD global).

    Minor Changes

    • Expose internal hook useDragDropManager at top level
    • Add profiling function to backend interface
    • Make handler functions public on backends

    Patch Changes

    • Correct memory leak in drag previews (#2423)
    • Improve and correct typings
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  • v10.0.2(Dec 7, 2019)

    Patch

    dnd-core: Use updated version @react-dnd/asap with browser variant support, this allows us to drop syntheticDefaultImports in dnd-core.

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  • v10.0.1(Dec 7, 2019)

    Patch

    Fix UMD builds - our fork of ASAP was being brought in with node-specific code, breaking UMD builds. Using the canonical version of ASAP until we update our fork (#1684 )

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  • v10.0.0(Dec 7, 2019)

    Major

    The package.type=module setting has been removed. This proved to be a major pain point for users, and was technically problematic at this time. We will eventually ship with package.type=module when NodeJS 12 drops out of maintenance and all of our dependencies ship ESM. (#1683)

    Patch

    The touch-backend has been updated to work-around iOS 13.x eventing issues (#1631) (thanks @zhusee2!)

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  • v9.5.1(Nov 26, 2019)

    Patch

    • Remove syntheticDefaultImport usage of react in react-dnd (#1629) thanks @sandersn . Fully removing syntheticDefaultImport from react-dnd is a WIP. We will need pure ESM versions of asap and hoist-non-react-statics. Ideally invariant and shallowequal would have ESM builds available as well, but there are forked ESM variants of these packages.
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  • v9.5.0(Nov 25, 2019)

    Minor Changes

    • Declare packages side-effect free for tree-shaking (#1577), thanks @maclockard
    • HTML5Backend: Make file metadata available on dragstart event (#1610), thanks @LeopoldLerch
    • TestBackend: Add DragDropManager accessor to TestBackend (#1564), thanks @ezr-ondrej

    Patch Changes

    • Improve UMD builds to conform to browserslist support target, add some basic UMD verification tests
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  • v9.4.0(Sep 20, 2019)

    Minor

    • UMD builds are now shipped with the react-dnd, react-dnd-html5-backend, and react-dnd-touch-backend packages in addition to react-dnd-umd-builds

    Patch

    • Added refcounting to the DndProvider component. If the DndProvider is unmounted, the manager instance will be cleared out of the global context.
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  • v9.3.9(Aug 6, 2019)

    Patch

    Apologies for the rapid series of patches - there was an error in the release process that was causing some of the processing of the CommonJS libraries to not function correctly.

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  • v9.3.4(Aug 5, 2019)

    Patch

    • (Typings) - Add getTargetIds to DragSourceMonitor interface declaration (#1478)
    • Replace for..of statements with other looping semantics for older browser support (#1428
    • Add an isomorphic useLayoutEffect implementation for SSR (#1497)
    • Correct DragPreview connection logic for chainable connector functions (#1500)
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  • v9.3.3(Jul 12, 2019)

    Libraries

    • dnd-core-cj
    • react-dnd-html5-backend-cjs
    • react-dnd-cjs
    • react-dnd-test-backend-cjs
    • react-dnd-test-utils-cjs
    • react-dnd-touch-backend-cjs
    • react-dnd-umd-builds
    • react-dnd-test-utils

    Patch

    • Corrected the CommonJS ‘main’ fields. These were copied from the core libraries, but when the ‘main’ field changed to ‘dist/esm’, this became invalid.
    • Added License Files to:
      • react-dnd-touch-backend (LICENSE File Added)
      • react-dnd-test-utils (LICENSE File Added)
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  • v9.3.2(Jul 11, 2019)

    Patch

    • Fixed some issues in react-dnd where named exports of interfaces were causing JS breakage (#1462)
    • Added a cra-test package to verify that react-dnd can be used in the context of create-react-app by default (#1462)
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  • v9.3.1(Jul 11, 2019)

    Libraries Affected

    All libraries

    Minor

    • Add CJS builds to the core packages in order to facilitate better testing. (#1455, #1460)

    Patch

    • Correct some issues with interface imports/exports using Babel's TS transpilation (#1459)
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  • v9.2.1(Jul 11, 2019)

    Libraries

    • react-dnd
    • react-dnd-cjs
    • react-dnd-test-utils
    • react-dnd-test-utils-cjs
    • react-dnd-umd-builds

    Patch

    • Redefine XYCoord interface in react-dnd interfaces (#1454)
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