What is React Spectrum?
It is a React implementation of Spectrum, Adobe's design system. It provides components that are adaptive to interactions and screen sizes across devices, and includes full screen reader and keyboard navigation support for accessibility.
React Spectrum is a tool in the UI Components category of a tech stack.
React Spectrum is an open source tool with 5.2K GitHub stars and 361 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to React Spectrum's open source repository on GitHub
React Spectrum Integrations
React Spectrum's Features
- Components are designed with accessibility top-of-mind and include full screen reader and keyboard navigation support
- Components are designed to work with mouse, touch, and keyboard interactions. They’re built with responsive design principles to deliver a great experience, no matter the device
- Supports custom themes to match your brand, including automatic support for dark mode
- Components are designed to support over 30 languages, including support for right-to-left languages, date and number formatting, and more
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