We are excited to announce the release of drag and drop support in React Aria and React Spectrum! This includes a suite of hooks for implementing drag and drop interactions, with support for both mouse and touch, as well as full parity for keyboard and screen reader input.
We are very excited to announce the release of the React Aria and React Spectrum date and time picker components! This includes a full suite of fully featured components and hooks including calendars, date and time fields, and range pickers, all with a focus on internationalization and accessibility. It also includes @internationalized/date, a brand new framework-agnostic library for locale-aware date and time manipulation.
After many months of research, development, and testing, we’re excited to announce that the React Spectrum ComboBox component and React Aria useComboBox hook are now available! In this post we'll take a deeper look into some of the challenges we faced when building an accessible and mobile friendly ComboBox.
Number fields are commonly used form components, but are frequently not a great user experience. They often lack support for advanced formatting, such as currency and unit values, and do not provide a localized experience for users around the world. In this post, we'll discuss how we approached building our number field component with support for formatting and internationalization in mind.
This is the last post in our three part series on building a button component. In the first post, we covered how React Spectrum and React Aria implement adaptive press events across mouse, touch, keyboard, and screen readers. In the second post, we covered hover interactions. Today, we’ll cover keyboard focus behavior.
This is the second post in our three part series on building a button component. In the first post, we covered how React Spectrum and React Aria implement adaptive press events across mouse, touch, keyboard, and screen readers. Today, we’ll cover hover interactions.
Buttons seem like simple components at first, but they hide a lot of complexity under the hood. In the first part of this series, we'll look at how React Spectrum and React Aria implement adaptive press interactions that work across a wide variety of devices and interaction models.