Welcome to the first release of the new year! We have had a great response to our GA release of React Aria Components. If you haven’t tried it out, visit our docs to explore the examples. To help get you started, we have also created a few starter kits. These downloadable starter kits contain beautifully styled implementations of every available component and includes a working storybook. Available in vanilla and Tailwind CSS. We have been busy working on our new Submenu feature which we are excited to release as an alpha. We have also made improvements to our overlay positioning code to better handle pinch zooming and spatial awareness.
In this release, we’re promoting React Aria Components from RC to GA 🎉, optimizing our included translation files, shipping a storybook based on all our React Aria Components with a starter theme, and fixing plenty of bugs.
In this release, we’re promoting React Aria Components from Beta to RC, introducing built-in support for form validation, adding a new Toolbar component, improving our css bundle size with Lightning CSS, and fixing plenty of bugs.
In this release, we've added support for native links across all collection components in React Spectrum and React Aria! Now you can add links to components such as Menu, Breadcrumbs, Tabs and more. To streamline integration with client-side routers, we've introduced the RouterProvider component, allowing you to seamlessly incorporate client-side routers. See the client-side routing guide to learn how it set it up in your app. Since its beta release, we have made a number of improvements and bug fixes to React Aria Components. We have also added a new advanced customization guide that describes how to use contexts and hooks to build your own custom patterns using React Aria Components. React Spectrum has new additions, including DropZone and isPending prop to Button.
In this release, we’re moving React Aria Components from alpha to beta! With this milestone, we’ve made some API updates based on early feedback, introduced a new Tailwind CSS plugin, and updated the documentation with improved content and organization. This release also deprecates the
validationState prop in many components and replaces it with an
isInvalid boolean prop. It also includes fixes for an infinite resize loop bug in
ButtonGroup, a press handling bug on certain Android devices, and new documentation for our pre-release components.
In today's release, the InlineAlert component is going to GA! Explore the options in the React Spectrum InlineAlert docs. Our React Aria Components have new additions including TextArea, FileTrigger, and DropZone. Our date/time components have also had some usability updates, usePress now supports an option to continue propagation, and we improved support for HTML forms across our components.
Our summer release is delivering new features, bug fixes, a new version of React Aria Components, and improved compatibility with new React features. React Spectrum and React Aria can now be run in React Strict Mode, and we now use the builtin React.useId hook to generate ids in React 18. Calendar and DatePicker have been updated to allow for controlling page behavior and locale overrides as well as fixing a number of other related bugs. Lastly, we have released a new version of React Aria Components, which includes the addition of TagGroup, an update to Tabs, and support for standalone Popovers.
This month TagGroup and TableView column resizing and ActionBar are all being released to 3.0.0! We have also been making many improvements and bug fixes to the new React Aria Components we announced last release. Lastly, our documentation website now has search functionality! We hope this will aid in discoverability for our components and hooks.
In this release, we have many updates for our pre-release components including TagGroup and Table column resizing, and Avatar has moved to GA. We are also releasing the first alpha of React Aria Components, brand new component library built on top of our React Aria hooks! It provides a simpler way to build accessible components with custom styles, while offering the flexibility to drop down to hooks for even more customizability where needed.
In this release, we have added support for Node ESM to all of our packages. We have also been busy at work on our pre-releases and improving our focus management in collections.
It is our last release of the year and we are happy to share a new TableView feature, now in beta. Using the new
allowsResizing prop on a Column in TableView gives users the ability to dynamically adjust the width of that column. TableView column resizing supports mouse, keyboard, touch, and screen reader interactions to allow all users to take advantage of a customizable table.
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. There is also an update to all Spectrum colors, aligning React Spectrum with the latest Spectrum designs. Finally, React Aria includes a new simplified API for overlays such as popovers and modals.
We have been busy this month with new components and plenty of drag and drop updates. Drag and drop has moved into RC status in this release, and includes many API improvements to make common experiences even easier to build. We have also added new Badge and LabeledValue components, HelpText support to CheckBoxGroup and RadioGroup, and ContextualHelp support to all form components.
We are excited to announce the release of our ListView component! A ListView displays a list of interactive items, and allows a user to navigate, select, or perform an action. It supports interactive elements within items, multi-selection, row actions, arrow key navigation, disabled items, async loading, infinite scrolling, and more. Also included in this release is an update to our
FocusScope, improving how we restore focus when a trigger no longer exists. Thanks to all our contributors for helping with this release!
In this release, we focused on improvements to bundle size and developer experience. These include tree shaking improvements, large dependency removal, API simplification, TypeScript improvements, and a big documentation overhaul. And as always, we also have lots of bug fixes for our existing components.
After a long wait, our date and time components and hooks have been released!! Our DatePicker and Calendar packages support dates and times with configurable granularity in 13 different calendar systems used around the world! They are accessible, time zone aware, and touch friendly. They are also internationalized, supporting locale specific formatting, number systems, calendar systems, hour cycles, and right-to-left languages.
React 18 is now officially supported! Other updates include a major version bump to our workflow icons package, support for emphasized Tabs, and various bug fixes to our existing components and hooks. Thank you to all who contributed to this release!
DatePicker and Calendar are now in RC, complete with new documentation! Other updates include bug and accessibility fixes for our existing components. Thank you to all who contributed to this release!
Bug fixes and improvements to our components including new pre-releases.
This month we have been concentrating on updating our pre-released components along with some improvements to our Slider hooks and general bug fixes. Thank you to all those who reported issues and contributed fixes in this release!
We are back with a new year and a new component! The Contextual Help component has been added to React Spectrum thanks to @arumsey. This component is handy for showing users more information in forms and other views. We also have some new features including long press support for
MenuTrigger, additional keyboard support in
useMove, and plenty of bug fixes.
For our end of year release we worked on improving our accessibility, types and documentation. We will be back next year with new components and features! Have a safe and restful holiday break and thank you for all the contributions this year.
As we head into the holiday season, our latest release focuses on kick-starting some of our pre-release components as well a whole list of fixes, and to top it all off, a new selection mode!
Today we're excited to announce the stable release of TableView! This component includes many useful features such as selection, keyboard navigation, sorting, tiered column headers, async data loading, infinite scrolling, virtualization and type ahead. Also included in this release is a new option for help text included with many form components and React Aria hooks.
A lot has happened already in the past month but here is another release! FocusScope fixes, TableView updates and general bug fixes make up the bulk of this release. We also have improvements to the newly released
ComboBox, design updates to
TableView and a fix to an interesting bug for
Menu only present on Android Firefox!
Today we're excited to announce the stable release of Tabs! Also ActionGroup now has support for collapsing behavior and a new staticColor prop has been added to ActionGroup, ActionButton, and ToggleButton for displaying over colored backgrounds. We now have support for responsive breakpoints and CSS functions in our style props plus plenty of bug fixes and documentation updates.
This release we give you plenty of bug fixes, and a new component – NumberField! This component is stacked with features and helpful accessibility and internationalization support. NumberField offers internationalized number formatting and parsing, support for the Latin, Arabic, and Han decimal numbering systems, validation, allows incrementing/decrementing via stepper buttons, arrow keys, and scrolling, and much more.
This month we bring you some important updates to our under construction components, and we have also added some additional documentation on how we manage our pre-releases. Hopefully this can be used as a guide when deciding to try our new components. We have also added new translations for strings across all supported locales and new documentation for our ColorSlider, ColorWheel, and ColorField components. Additionally, we have made improvements to our FocusScope and fixed issues in Menu, Picker, ActionGroup, and Tooltip.
After a small break, we are back with another release. This one is jam packed with fixes and new features. We have improved Picker, Tooltip, ComboBox and updated a number of our aria hooks. Also check out our new components currently under construction including a Color package. A special thanks to all of our contributors for a very active new year.
For our last release of the year, we are pushing Slider out of alpha! This component has been a combined effort from our contributors and the team over the last few months. It features support for mouse, touch, and keyboard in both Slider and RangeSlider as well as a list of other features and options.
We have lots of bug fixes in this release. We have fixes for iOS 14, improved types, better focus handling and some new features. Thanks to everyone who submitted helpful issues and of course to those who contributed fixes!
This release includes a new
useMove interaction hook for handling drags across mouse, touch, and keyboard! In addition, we’ve fixed many bugs since our last release, and worked on several new components to be released soon. Thanks to all of the contributors!
This release includes the new
DialogContainer components, a new light theme, and mono-packages for react-aria and react-stately. Thanks to all of the contributors!
This release includes new nightly releases and support for SSR. Huge thanks to all of the amazing contributors!
This release includes a few new components including ToggleButton, Tooltips, Slider, and Tabs, some new features, many bugfixes, and improvements. Huge thanks to all of the amazing contributors!
A new release has landed! The response to our release last week has been incredible. Thank you to all of the amazing contributors! This release contains some bug fixes, updates to how we handle hover state in React Spectrum, and documentation improvements.