File Manager Template Application
The KendoReact FileManager is an Explorer-like component enabling you to manage file and folders. You can show additional information about the selected file in a template-customizable Preview Pane, which you can show or hide via a switch button. The application is built entirely by KendoReact components.
Whether you are looking for examples how to use KendoReact in applications, or for a starting point for your own dashboards, head over to the live File Manager React Application. You can find the application's source code on GitHub.
To play with the demo and see how it’s built, you may want to run it locally:
- Clone or download the source code from GitHub.
- Install the required dependencies via
npm install --save.
yarn startcommand to start the application.
http://localhost:3000to view it in the browser.
The new React FileManager Template is a sample application that developers can use as a demo for how to manage a file system and to perform the most common folder/file operations with KendoReact. The template is built entirely with KendoReact components and includes the React Grid, TreeView, Toolbar, Breadcrumb and Upload components. You will also find examples for handling the connections between the components.
The FileManager Template also have a ContextMenu functionality which enables you to easily execute FileManager commands on the selected file or folder. The component uses the KendoReact ContextMenu and Popup components. Once an item is selected, the corresponding command is executed.
The default items in the ContextMenu are
delete. You can define your custom items which can execute custom commands.
To make styling as easy as possible, you can use the KendoReact Themes that come out-of-the-box with this React UI components library. In this demo, we use the KendoReact Default Theme to make our components stand out and look great.
For more information on how to add one of the themes to your project, refer to the article on using the KendoReact themes in React projects.
If you're interested in applying more styling, How to Add Custom Styles to KendoReact Components with Sass is another helpful resource.