react-treebeard - React Tree View Component. Data-Driven, Fast, Efficient and Customisable.

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React Tree View Component. Data-Driven, Fast, Efficient and Customisable. Callback function when a node is toggled / clicked. Passes 2 attributes: the data node and it's toggled boolean state.

https://github.com/storybooks/react-treebeard#readme
https://github.com/storybookjs/react-treebeard

Dependencies:

@emotion/core : ^10.0.17
@emotion/styled : ^10.0.17
deep-equal : ^1.1.0
shallowequal : ^1.1.0
velocity-react : ^1.4.3

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