element-react - Element UI

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Element was initially written in Vue, which has many elegant UI components, but we also love React, so we forked it for the React community.Before the building, you need a style theme, here we recommend you to pick up element-theme-default.

https://github.com/eleme/element-react

Dependencies:

async-validator : ^1.8.0
babel-runtime : ^6.26.0
classnames : ^2.2.5
prop-types : ^15.5.10
react : ^15.6.1
react-click-outside : ^2.3.1
react-dom : ^15.6.1
react-transition-group : ^1.2.0
throttle-debounce : ^1.0.1

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