React component wrapper for filestack-js

React component wrapper for filestack-js

This is the official React component for Filestack API and content management system that makes it easy to add powerful file uploading and transformation capabilities to any web or mobile application.

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Filestack React

This is the official React component for Filestack API and content management system that makes it easy to add powerful file uploading and transformation capabilities to any web or mobile application.

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Installing

Install filestack-react through npm.

npm i filestack-react

Import

const ReactFilestack = require('filestack-react');

In ES2015 and newer

import ReactFilestack from 'filestack-react';

Import with filestack-js client

import ReactFilestack, { client } from 'filestack-react';

client is available from version 1.3.4

Usage

You should register on the Filestack website and get an API key first!

1. Custom Designed button

<ReactFilestack
  apikey={YOUR_API_KEY}
  buttonText="Click me"
  buttonClass="classname"
  options={options}
  onSuccess={this.yourCallbackFunction}
  preload={true}
/>

2. Custom render

<ReactFilestack
  apikey={apikey}
  options={options}
  onSuccess={onSuccess}
  onError={onError}
  preload={true}
  render={({ onPick }) => (
    <div>
      <strong>Find an avatar</strong>
      <button onClick={onPick}>Pick</button>
    </div>
  )}
/>

3. Other modes

<ReactFilestack
  apikey={YOUR_API_KEY}
  mode="upload"
  options={options}
  onSuccess={onSuccess}
  preload={true}
/>

Available modes:

Define your own options object and callback function, connect them to the component and get the result from Filestack:

const options = {
  accept: 'image/*',
  maxFiles: 5,
  storeTo: {
    location: 's3',
  },
};

onSuccess(result) {
  // handle result here
}

Do you prefer a link instead of a button?

You can pass a custom prop link.

<ReactFilestack
  apikey={YOUR_API_KEY}
  options={options}
  onSuccess={this.yourCallbackFunction}
  link
/>

filestack-js client

You can also import the official client and decouple its React component ReactFilestack. However, you will need to initialize it with the API key and any client options you need such as security, cname, and sessionCache.

import { client } from 'filestack-react';
const filestack = client.init('YOUR_API_KEY', options);

Examples

You can find examples used in livedemo in /examples/demo.

Go to the /examples/demo and type

npm i
npm start

Available Props

Please also see the Official JavaScript API reference

apikey

required, string. An API key for Filestack.

mode

optional, string. default 'pick'. Can be one of pick, upload, transform, retrieve, metadata, remove.

preload

optional, boolean. default false. If set on true the component will prepare all necessary assets like scripts and styles when a constructor will be called. Otherwise all assets are downloaded during onClick event.

file

optional object. use it to insert a file object in upload mode.

onSuccess

optional function. Handle the results after a successful response.

onError

optional function. Handle errors.

options

optional object. Detailed options to customize the specific mode behavior. For example, for pick mode the following options are supported.

security

optional object. If you have security enabled, you will need to initialize the client with a valid Filestack policy and signature in order to perform the requested call.

buttonText

optional string. When using a custom button, you can set the text.

buttonClass

optional string. When using custom button, you can set className to style it.

cname

optional Custom domain to use for all URLs. This requires the custom CNAME feature on your Filestack app.

sessionCache

optional If true then remember users (up to session expiry) when using the Filestack Cloud API. By default users need to authenticate on every pick.

Versioning

Filestack React follows the Semantic Versioning.

Issues

If you have problems, please create a Github Issue.

Wanna Contribute?

Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for details.

Contributors

Github Repository