A component that is resizable with handles.


View the Demo

A simple widget that can be resized via a handle.

You can either use the <Resizable> element directly, or use the much simpler <ResizableBox> element.

See the example and associated code in TestLayout and ResizableBox for more details.

Make sure you use the associated styles in /css/styles.css, as without them, you will have problems with handle placement and visibility.

You can pass options directly to the underlying Draggable instance by using the prop draggableOpts. See the demo for more on this.


Using npm:

$ npm install --save react-resizable


var Resizable = require('react-resizable').Resizable; // or,
var ResizableBox = require('react-resizable').ResizableBox;

// Using ES6 transpiler
import { Resizable, ResizableBox } from 'react-resizable';

render: function() {
  return (
    <ResizableBox width={200} height={200} draggableOpts={{...}}
        minConstraints={[100, 100]} maxConstraints={[300, 300]}>

<Resizable> Options

// Functions
onResizeStop: React.PropTypes.func,
onResizeStart: React.PropTypes.func,
onResize: React.PropTypes.func,

width: React.PropTypes.number.isRequired,
height: React.PropTypes.number.isRequired,
// If you change this, be sure to update your css
handleSize: React.PropTypes.array,
// These will be passed wholesale to react-draggable
draggableOpts: React.PropTypes.object

<ResizableBox> Options

lockAspectRatio: React.PropTypes.bool, // Preserves aspect

// Constaints coords, pass [x,y]
minConstraints: React.PropTypes.arrayOf(React.PropTypes.number),
maxConstraints: React.PropTypes.arrayOf(React.PropTypes.number),

// Initial width/height - otherwise use CSS
height: React.PropTypes.number,
width: React.PropTypes.number