Simple HTML5 drag-drop zone with React.js.

Overview

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Simple React hook to create a HTML5-compliant drag'n'drop zone for files.

Documentation and examples at https://react-dropzone.js.org. Source code at https://github.com/react-dropzone/react-dropzone/.

Installation

Install it from npm and include it in your React build process (using Webpack, Browserify, etc).

npm install --save react-dropzone

or:

yarn add react-dropzone

Usage

You can either use the hook:

import React, {useCallback} from 'react'
import {useDropzone} from 'react-dropzone'

function MyDropzone() {
  const onDrop = useCallback(acceptedFiles => {
    // Do something with the files
  }, [])
  const {getRootProps, getInputProps, isDragActive} = useDropzone({onDrop})

  return (
    <div {...getRootProps()}>
      <input {...getInputProps()} />
      {
        isDragActive ?
          <p>Drop the files here ...</p> :
          <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
      }
    </div>
  )
}

IMPORTANT: Under the hood, this lib makes use of hooks, therefore, using it requires React >= 16.8.

Or the wrapper component for the hook:

import React from 'react'
import Dropzone from 'react-dropzone'

<Dropzone onDrop={acceptedFiles => console.log(acceptedFiles)}>
  {({getRootProps, getInputProps}) => (
    <section>
      <div {...getRootProps()}>
        <input {...getInputProps()} />
        <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
      </div>
    </section>
  )}
</Dropzone>

Warning: On most recent browsers versions, the files given by onDrop won't have properties path or fullPath, see this SO question and this issue.

Furthermore, if you want to access file contents you have to use the FileReader API:

import React, {useCallback} from 'react'
import {useDropzone} from 'react-dropzone'

function MyDropzone() {
  const onDrop = useCallback((acceptedFiles) => {
    acceptedFiles.forEach((file) => {
      const reader = new FileReader()

      reader.onabort = () => console.log('file reading was aborted')
      reader.onerror = () => console.log('file reading has failed')
      reader.onload = () => {
      // Do whatever you want with the file contents
        const binaryStr = reader.result
        console.log(binaryStr)
      }
      reader.readAsArrayBuffer(file)
    })
    
  }, [])
  const {getRootProps, getInputProps} = useDropzone({onDrop})

  return (
    <div {...getRootProps()}>
      <input {...getInputProps()} />
      <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
    </div>
  )
}

Dropzone Props Getters

The dropzone property getters are just two functions that return objects with properties which you need to use to create the drag 'n' drop zone. The root properties can be applied to whatever element you want, whereas the input properties must be applied to an <input>:

import React from 'react'
import {useDropzone} from 'react-dropzone'

function MyDropzone() {
  const {getRootProps, getInputProps} = useDropzone()

  return (
    <div {...getRootProps()}>
      <input {...getInputProps()} />
      <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
    </div>
  )
}

Note that whatever other props you want to add to the element where the props from getRootProps() are set, you should always pass them through that function rather than applying them on the element itself. This is in order to avoid your props being overridden (or overriding the props returned by getRootProps()):

<div
  {...getRootProps({
    onClick: event => console.log(event)
  })}
/>

In the example above, the provided {onClick} handler will be invoked before the internal one, therefore, internal callbacks can be prevented by simply using stopPropagation. See Events for more examples.

Important: if you ommit rendering an <input> and/or binding the props from getInputProps(), opening a file dialog will not be possible.

Refs

Both getRootProps and getInputProps accept a custom refKey (defaults to ref) as one of the attributes passed down in the parameter.

This can be useful when the element you're trying to apply the props from either one of those fns does not expose a reference to the element, e.g.:

import React from 'react'
import {useDropzone} from 'react-dropzone'
// NOTE: After v4.0.0, styled components exposes a ref using forwardRef,
// therefore, no need for using innerRef as refKey
import styled from 'styled-components'

const StyledDiv = styled.div`
  // Some styling here
`
function Example() {
  const {getRootProps, getInputProps} = useDropzone()
  <StyledDiv {...getRootProps({ refKey: 'innerRef' })}>
    <input {...getInputProps()} />
    <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
  </StyledDiv>
}

If you're working with Material UI and would like to apply the root props on some component that does not expose a ref, use RootRef:

import React from 'react'
import {useDropzone} from 'react-dropzone'
import RootRef from '@material-ui/core/RootRef'

function PaperDropzone() {
  const {getRootProps, getInputProps} = useDropzone()
  const {ref, ...rootProps} = getRootProps()

  <RootRef rootRef={ref}>
    <Paper {...rootProps}>
      <input {...getInputProps()} />
      <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
    </Paper>
  </RootRef>
}

Important: do not set the ref prop on the elements where getRootProps()/getInputProps() props are set, instead, get the refs from the hook itself:

import React from 'react'
import {useDropzone} from 'react-dropzone'

function Refs() {
  const {
    getRootProps,
    getInputProps,
    rootRef, // Ref to the `<div>`
    inputRef // Ref to the `<input>`
  } = useDropzone()
  <div {...getRootProps()}>
    <input {...getInputProps()} />
    <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
  </div>
}

If you're using the <Dropzone> component, though, you can set the ref prop on the component itself which will expose the {open} prop that can be used to open the file dialog programmatically:

import React, {createRef} from 'react'
import Dropzone from 'react-dropzone'

const dropzoneRef = createRef()

<Dropzone ref={dropzoneRef}>
  {({getRootProps, getInputProps}) => (
    <div {...getRootProps()}>
      <input {...getInputProps()} />
      <p>Drag 'n' drop some files here, or click to select files</p>
    </div>
  )}
</Dropzone>

dropzoneRef.open()

Testing

Important: react-dropzone makes some of its drag 'n' drop callbacks asynchronous to enable promise based getFilesFromEvent() functions. In order to test components that use this library, you may want to use the react-testing-library:

import React from 'react'
import Dropzone from 'react-dropzone'
import { act, fireEvent, render, waitFor } from '@testing-library/react'

test('invoke onDragEnter when dragenter event occurs', async () => {
  const file = new File([
    JSON.stringify({ping: true})
  ], 'ping.json', { type: 'application/json' })
  const data = mockData([file])
  const onDragEnter = jest.fn()

  const ui = (
    <Dropzone onDragEnter={onDragEnter}>
      {({ getRootProps, getInputProps }) => (
        <div {...getRootProps()}>
          <input {...getInputProps()} />
        </div>
      )}
    </Dropzone>
  )
  const { container, rerender } = render(ui)
  const dropzone = container.querySelector('div')

  dispatchEvt(dropzone, 'dragenter', data)
  await flushPromises(rerender, ui)

  expect(onDragEnter).toHaveBeenCalled()
})

async function flushPromises(rerender, ui) {
  await act(() => waitFor(() => rerender(ui)))
}

function dispatchEvt(node, type, data) {
  const event = new Event(type, { bubbles: true })
  Object.assign(event, data)
  fireEvent(node, event)
}

function mockData(files) {
  return {
    dataTransfer: {
      files,
      items: files.map(file => ({
        kind: 'file',
        type: file.type,
        getAsFile: () => file
      })),
      types: ['Files']
    }
  }
}

Note: using Enzyme for testing is not supported at the moment, see #2011.

More examples for this can be found in react-dropzones own test suites.

Need image editing?

React Dropzone integrates perfectly with Doka Image Editor, creating a modern image editing experience. Doka supports crop aspect ratios, resizing, rotating, cropping, annotating, filtering, and much more.

Checkout the integration example.

Supported Browsers

We use browserslist config to state the browser support for this lib, so check it out on browserslist.dev.

Support

Backers

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License

MIT

Comments
  • Looking for contributors

    Looking for contributors

    Updates

    Feb 2022

    The previous message still holds true. This lib is still being actively maintained, even though it doesn't seem like there's much activity at times.

    The plan for this year is to:

    • [ ] Add support for React 18
    • [ ] Update the dev deps to latest for all repos (things move fast, so there were quite a few changes)
    • [ ] Fix styleguide issues in all repos
    • [x] Use File System Access API to open the file picker instead of triggering click on an <input type="file"> (note that this is a draft, so only supported in some browsers)
    • [ ] Standardise how the accept attr works (File System Access API doesn't support file extensions, but the <input> does)
    • [ ] Address the issues which seem to be causing the biggest headaches
    • [ ] Revamp the docs for react-dropzone
    • [ ] Revamp the logo?
    • [ ] Add docs site for file-selector and attr-accept
    • [ ] Improve community health (add issue/PR templates, code of conduct, funding, etc)
    • [ ] Improve organisation page
    • [ ] Work on the OpenCollective plans and try to get more backers/sponsors
    • [ ] Find at least 1 collaborator that can help with PR reviews and other chores
    • [ ] Others (community suggestions, etc)

    With that said, I'm still looking for contributors that can help with PR reviews and chores every now and then. So if you're interested, please email me or head over to https://github.com/react-dropzone/react-dropzone/discussions/1136.

    NOTE Any further updates will be posted in discussions instead of here.

    Jan 2019

    This issue/message is by no means reason for concern, the lib is still being maintained. The issue/message is here to encourage more ppl. to contribute and help with arising issues.

    There is no need to add more comments to this topic, instead, if you feel like something needs to be fixed or changed, feel free to make a PR.

    Original Message

    I've been maintaining this repository for quite some time already and I'd like to slowly step down as the main maintainer. I could remain on board for discussions and code reviews, though.

    The reason for that is that I try to spend more time with my 👨‍👦 and OSS work takes quite some time of it. OpenCollective campaign doesn't show any interest in this project from people who use this software so I decided to give up on this project and concentrate on other projects like 🚫💩 lint-staged.

    If you're interested in helping out, please step out and let me know.

    help wanted question 
    opened by okonet 65
  • <Dropzone> cause onClick to fire twice on parent <div>

    cause onClick to fire twice on parent

    I ran into an issue with click handlers and drag handlers being fired twice on a <div>, and found that it happens when I have <Dropzone> as a child of the <div>.

    Before <Dropzone>:

    <div onClick={e => console.log("click", e)}>
    </div>
    

    Clicking the <div> results in: image

    After <Dropzone>:

    <div onClick={e => console.log("click", e)}>
      <Dropzone className="upload-drop-area"
                activeClassName="upload-drop-area-accept"
                rejectClassName="upload-drop-area-reject"
                multiple={false}
                onDragEnter={this.onDragEnter}
                onDragLeave={this.onDragLeave}
                onDropAccepted={this.onDropAccepted}>
      </Dropzone>
    </div>
    

    Clicking the <div> results in two events: image

    I've never seen this kind of thing in React before. Any idea what's going on?

    bug 
    opened by aaronbeall 47
  • MIME type mismatch between platforms

    MIME type mismatch between platforms

    Problem: file MIME type is not recognized as same across platforms. .csv file in OSX is recognized as text/csv, whereas in Windows it is recognized as application/vnd.ms-excel.

    Expected behavior: .csv (and also other file types) are recognized uniformly across platforms, e.g. csv files as text/csv, and so on.

    Tried with both Chrome and Firefox.

    help wanted wontfix 
    opened by Kitanotori 37
  • Remove display none from input element

    Remove display none from input element

    Since it is hidden, we can't use Tab to select it and choose a file.

    If is remains visible, but has style of width: 0, height: 0 - we are able to choose this element.

    enhancement help wanted ⚠︎ Pinned released 
    opened by vladshcherbin 36
  • Element type is invalid error

    Element type is invalid error

    Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?

    • [x] I found a bug
    • [ ] I want to propose a feature

    What is the current behavior?

    It seems like the plugin not getting imported following the installation guidance React.createElement: type should not be null, undefined, boolean, or number. It should be a string (for DOM elements) or a ReactClass (for composite components) and Error: Element type is invalid: expected a string (for built-in components) or a class/function (for composite components) but got: object.

    What I have tried to fix the problem?

    I have seen various possible ways to fix it but none of them worked. For example importing like import { Dropzone } from 'react-dropzone' instead of import Dropzone from 'react-dropzone'

    But that will not solve the problem. The only way I made it work is by downgrading to version 4.1.3 as someone mentioned before, but thats no use as it has a major bug which crashes the browser as been reported in #549

    Please mention other relevant information such as the browser version, Operating System and react-dropzone version.

    react-dropzone 4.2.5 Chrome Version 63.0.3239.132 npm 5.6.0 node 6.12.0

    opened by SourceCipher 30
  • Suggestion: Option to prevent dragging and dropping elements on the page onto the dropzone

    Suggestion: Option to prevent dragging and dropping elements on the page onto the dropzone

    In the meantime, here is my solution for doing this:

    onDragEnter={function( event ) {
        const dt = event.dataTransfer;
        if ( !(
            dt.types &&
            ( dt.types.indexOf ? dt.types.indexOf( "Files" ) !== -1 : dt.types.contains( "Files" ) )
        ) ) {
            this.setState( { isDragActive: false } );
        }
    }}
    
    onDrop={files => {
        if ( files.length === 0 ) {
            return;
        }
    
        // handle files dropped here
    }}
    
    bug stale 
    opened by akinnee-gl 28
  • Make it possible to remove file from acceptedFiles state

    Make it possible to remove file from acceptedFiles state

    Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?

    • [ ] I found a bug
    • [x] I want to propose a feature

    What is the current behavior? No way to remove file from the acceptedFiles state array.

    If this is a feature request, what is motivation or use case for changing the behavior? it would be nice to allow user to remove files with a trash button from the acceptedFiles state array. Please forgive me if this functionality exists, I did not find it in examples or StackOverflow and I'm still learning to work with hooks.

    opened by claytonfbell 27
  • Can't resolve 'file-selector'

    Can't resolve 'file-selector'

    After installing react-dropzone npm install --save react-dropzone I have the following error when trying to start the application. ./node_modules/react-dropzone/dist/es/index.js Module not found: Can't resolve 'file-selector' in 'C:\src\app\node_modules\react-dropzone\dist\es'

    The version is "react-dropzone": "^11.2.0",

    released 
    opened by nomadus 26
  • Website is down

    Website is down

    Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?

    • I found a bug

    What is the current behavior?

    The website is currently down. https://react-dropzone.js.org/ I dont know where is being hosted. Let me know if I can help, I would gladly do so!

    released 
    opened by paschalidi 26
  • Create a logo

    Create a logo

    This project needs a logo. I've created 2 versions. If someone has better ideas I'm open to review them as well. For now, I'd say let's vote with 👍 for each variant (that are separate comments).

    Inspiration and emoji fallback is 🎯 which I'd like to use on Twitter etc.

    opened by okonet 26
  • Add `global` prop

    Add `global` prop

    When the global property is set to true, the whole browser window becomes the drop target. It attaches event listener on document when it mounts and removes them when it unmounts.

    Here's a usage example:

    import React, { Component } from 'react'
    import DropZone from 'react-dropzone'
    import classnames from 'classnames'
    
    export default class DragDrop extends Component {
      constructor(props) {
        super(props)
        this.onDrop = this.onDrop.bind(this)
        this.onDragEnter = this.onDragEnter.bind(this)
        this.onDragLeave = this.onDragLeave.bind(this)
        this.state = {
          isDragActive: false,
        }
      }
    
      onDragEnter() {
        if (!this.state.isDragActive) {
          this.setState({ isDragActive: true })
        }
      }
    
      onDragLeave() {
        if (this.state.isDragActive) {
          this.setState({ isDragActive: false })
        }
      }
    
      onDrop(files) {
        this.setState({
          isDragActive: false,
        })
        console.log('do something with files')
      }
    
      render() {
        const { children } = this.props
        const { isDragActive } = this.state
    
        return (
          <div>
            <DropZone
              multiple={false}
              global
              disableClick
              style={{ display: 'none' }}
              activeStyle={{ display: 'none' }}
              onDrop={this.onDrop}
              onDragEnter={this.onDragEnter}
              onDragLeave={this.onDragLeave}
            />
            <div className={classnames({ hide: !isDragActive })}>
              <div className="modal-backdrop fade in"></div>
              <div className="fade in modal" style={{ display: 'block' }}>
                <div className="dragdrop">
                  <div className="message">
                    <h1 className="title">Drop to file to upload...</h1>
                  </div>
                </div>
              </div>
            </div>
            <div>
              {children}
            </div>
          </div>
        )
      }
    }
    
    opened by olalonde 25
  • Video preview not showing.

    Video preview not showing.

    Uploaded video not showing up as preview ver^11.3.4 I am using ver^11.3.4 and trying to upload a video and show a preview to users. but the preview doesn't show anything. is that possible to preview the uploaded video, or does this feature only work for images? appreciate any thoughts

    bug 
    opened by ma2web 1
  • Don't allow duplicates of a file

    Don't allow duplicates of a file

    Describe the solution you'd like There should be a way to make sure users can't upload 2 of the same files.

    Describe alternatives you've considered I've tried to do this outside of the dropzone, but there doesn't seem to a way.

    Teachability, Documentation, Adoption, Migration Strategy It could just be a prop passed in called noDuplicates

    My solution its not perfect, im looking for better solutions for this problem:

    const { getRootProps, getInputProps } = useDropzone({
        accept: 'image/*',
        onDrop: (acceptedFile) => {
          const newFiles = acceptedFile.map(file => {
            return Object.assign(file, {
              preview: URL.createObjectURL(file)
            })
          })
          setFieldValue('files', [
            ...files,
            ...newFiles
          ])
    
          files.map(file => {
            newFiles.forEach(newFile => {
              if (newFile.name == file.name) {
                setToast({
                  open: true,
                  severity: 'error',
                  text: 'Não é possível adicionar imagens duplicadas!'
                })
    
                const filteredArray = files.filter((item, index) => files.indexOf(item) == index)
                setFieldValue('files', filteredArray)
              }
            })
          })
        }
      })
    
      const handleRemoveFile = (fileName) => {
        const newFiles = files.filter(item => item.name !== fileName)
        setFieldValue('files', newFiles)
      }
    
    enhancement 
    opened by Gkanawati 0
  • [BUG] Clicking the dropzone area won't open the choose file dialog on newest Chrome

    [BUG] Clicking the dropzone area won't open the choose file dialog on newest Chrome

    Hello and thanks for the great hook. I came across this bug this morning and thought that it should be reported.

    Describe the bug When clicking the dropzone, the dialog for choosing files does not appear. This might be due to browser update. Yesterday the click to open dialog was working as expected.

    To Reproduce

        const { getRootProps, getInputProps } = useDropzone({
            validator: duplicateFileValidator,
            onDrop: (files: File[]) => {
                const uniques = Array.from(new Set(filesArray))
                setFilesArray([...uniques, ...files])
            },
            accept: acceptedFileTypes,
            maxSize: maxSizeBytes,
        })
    
    <div className={styles.dropZone} {...getRootProps()} id="upload-file">
                        <input {...getInputProps()}/>
    </div>
    

    Expected behavior A dialog for choosing a file should open. Works as expected in Firefox.

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: macOS 12.5.1
    • Chrome 105.0.5195.102 (Official Build) (arm64)
    • React-dropzone version: 11.4.2

    I tried it also on the latest 14.2.2, but same bug there.

    bug 
    opened by xpyx 3
  • [BUG] isDragReject not triggered on maxSize

    [BUG] isDragReject not triggered on maxSize

    Describe the bug A clear and concise description of what the bug is.

    To Reproduce use the simple example from the docs, change to:

    const {
        acceptedFiles,
        getRootProps,
        getInputProps,
        isDragReject
      } = useDropzone({ maxSize: 1 });
    

    and console.log isDragReject when you drag a big file over the zone

    Expected behavior isDragReject correctly fires when dragging a file over the zone which is too big

    bug 
    opened by Maetes 0
  • Video upload doesn't work on iphone and ipad

    Video upload doesn't work on iphone and ipad

    Hello everyone facing this problem from long, any luck on this, working fine for all but seems like iphone and ipad is not accepting the video file

    {/* */} {isEmpty(fileUrl) ? ("") : ( )}
    this.onDropFiles(e)} accept="video/mp4" multiple={false} noDragEventsBubbling={true} > {({ getRootProps, getInputProps }) => (

    {LocaleStrings.imageupload}

    )}
                              // onDropFiles function
                                onDropFiles = async (files) => {
                                    // console.log('ondrop',files)
                                    let file = files[0];
                                    let filearr = [];
                                    const reader = new FileReader();
                                    reader.readAsArrayBuffer(file);
                                    
                                    reader.onload = (e) => {
                                      file.url = e.target.result;
                                      filearr.push(file);
                                    };
                                   
                                    this.setState({ fileArrNew: filearr });
                                    this.setState({ fileUrl: URL.createObjectURL(file) });
                                    let dataduration = await  this.validateUploadedFile(file);
                                    // console.log('dataduration',dataduration)
                                    this.setState({ videoDuration: dataduration });
                                  };
    
    bug 
    opened by udayan46 0
  • [BUG] Customize error message

    [BUG] Customize error message

    Hello guys, how I can customize this message? image Also would be cool if I got message form useDropzone, for get error immediately. Like this:

    const {errors} = useDropzone({
       maxFiles: 3
    }) 
    

    Structure errors:

    [
       {
           type: 'invalid_format'
           message: 'Files have invalid format',
           invalidFiles: [File, File]
       }, {
           type: 'to_many_files'
           message: `You tryed add file more > ${maxFiles}`
           invalidFiles: [File, File]
       }
    ]
    
    bug 
    opened by VictorPulzz 0
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