Modals are popups that allow you to collect data from users, alert users to information, and allow users to perform other tasks in your UI without leaving the page they’re on.
Draggable lists are a staple of any productivity application or app that presents a list of items or tasks to complete.
When building web apps with multi-step registration processes or ecommerce with transactional processes, a stepper helps users keep track of the process and encourages them to reach the end.
Many apps include functionality allowing users to copy an element on the page to their device’s clipboard so the user can easily paste the element into another app or input area.
Adding a color picker to your app allows your users to visually select the color they want without having to know the precise HEX, RGB or HSL code for the color.
An image gallery is a great way to showcase your work, whether that’s screenshots of your app, artistic photos you’ve taken, or example photos of an item on sale. The Gallery component makes it easy to add an image gallery to your app or website.
A common basic function in many apps is giving users access to their device’s camera for taking a picture. With the Webcam Photo component, you can easily enable users to take snapshots with their phone, tablet, or webcam camera.
The Skeleton is a ReactJS component designed to provide a “placeholder preview of your content before the data gets loaded to reduce load-time frustration.”
Product and service ratings can be the thing that turns a casual shopper into a buyer. The Rating component lets you easily display ratings in your app to provide social proof that your products and services can be trusted.