- React Suite documentation site

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RSUITE (React Suite) is a set of react component libraries for enterprise system products. Built by HYPERS front-end team and UX team, mainly serving company's big data products. After three major revisions, a large number of components and rich functionality have been accumulated.


@babel/runtime : ^7.0.0
isomorphic-fetch : ^2.2.1
moment : ^2.20.1
prettier : ^1.12.1
prop-types : ^15.6.0
react : ^16.4.2
react-code-view : ^1.1.11
react-color : ^2.13.8
react-dom : ^16.4.2
react-json-tree : ^0.11.0
react-lifecycles-compat : ^3.0.4
react-loadable : ^5.4.0
react-markdown-reader : ^1.1.0
react-paragraph : ^1.0.0
react-router : 3.2.0
react-text-mask : ^5.4.1
rsuite : ^3.3.0
rsuite-intl : ^1.0.4
rsuite-page-nav : ^1.1.7
rsuite-utils : ^1.3.1



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