react-owl-carousel | React Owl Carousel | Frontend Framework library

 by   laurenchen0631 JavaScript Version: 2.3.3 License: Apache-2.0

kandi X-RAY | react-owl-carousel Summary

kandi X-RAY | react-owl-carousel Summary

react-owl-carousel is a JavaScript library typically used in User Interface, Frontend Framework, React applications. react-owl-carousel has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

React + Owl Carousel

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              react-owl-carousel has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 173 star(s) with 97 fork(s). There are 11 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 51 open issues and 21 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 115 days. There are 25 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of react-owl-carousel is 2.3.3

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              react-owl-carousel has no bugs reported.

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              react-owl-carousel has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              react-owl-carousel is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              react-owl-carousel releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

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            Community Discussions


            Docker build failed ERR CONREFUSSED, MERN
            Asked 2021-Feb-05 at 18:44

            The application is built on MERN stack, ReactJS , Node and MongoDB I have created a docker which is running fine but runs only the front end and throws this error, Can't figure out where I am doing wring

            The error I get is



            Answered 2021-Feb-05 at 18:44

            Change your proxy value from "http://localhost:5001/" to "http://server:5001/" in package.json. The "server" is the name of your backend service. In Docker, your containers are running inside a Docker Network, so, they can't access your localhost at the host machine.



            Must use import to load ES Module: /Users/*path/@babel/runtime/helpers/esm/objectWithoutPropertiesLoose.js require() of ES modules is not supported
            Asked 2020-Dec-16 at 13:43

            I am trying to use Server-side-rendering in create-react-application but i have been getting the following error. I have tried to update the babel version and change the type : 'commonjs' in package.json but is of no use.

            This is the link i have been refering to implement ssr in my project link A hands-on guide for a Server-Side Rendering React app



            Answered 2020-Dec-11 at 09:19

            Try adding "type": "module" to your package.json.



            how call OwlCarousel react Method
            Asked 2020-Nov-18 at 16:14

            Hi I use OwlCarousel React and I need call Method but I don't any idea to call the Method please help me



            Answered 2020-Aug-05 at 20:35

            step 1 - In your constructor create the options object which will be passed to OwnCaroussel in step 2

            constructor() { super(); this.options = { onInitialized: function(){ this.carousel = this; } };

            Step 2 - Pass options to OwlCarousel as follows

            Step 3 - now you can call any of carousel's methods - For an example -

   or this.carousel.prev() etc.



            How to make owl-carousel responsive in React?
            Asked 2020-Feb-06 at 05:08

            I am using react-owl-carousel package.


            I have successfully implemented the code as instructed and the carousel is running smoothly.

            Problem : Currently I am displaying 4 items simultaneously. And in every screen , these 4 items are coming . Instead of 4 , I want to show 3 items for devices between 768px to 1200px , 2 items between 500px to 767px and 1 item for the devices below 499px.

            The option of including "responsive" is there in owl carousel doc. But I am wondering How to include it to achieve the same.

            Here is what I have done so far.



            Answered 2019-May-26 at 16:39

            You have to use OwlCarousel Options responsive.

            Please check official documentation of owlcarousel2 API options to here.

            For example use following options for your items state.



            How to install and configure external modules within React + Webpack
            Asked 2019-Dec-26 at 14:37

            I've got quite some experience in (web) development (Java, ASP.NET and PHP amongst all), and fairly new to React and Node JS.

            Although I did multiple tutorials and read multiple articles, I feel like I'm missing some point here and there. Currently I'm working on a React app which implements a nice HTML template I found.

            One React tutorial I did used Webpack for building and deploying the app (local). This works nice, does the job of transpiling ES6 (.jsx) and SASS using babel. So far so good :)

            My template has an image slider (Owl Carousel), so I installed the react-owl-carousel module. This gave me quite some problems with jQuery (also installed as a module). After several attempts to fix this I decided to move on to another slider module, React Awesome slider.

            I used the module as the explained. But upon building it (npm run build), I got an error that the .scss file within react-awesome-slider could not be transpiled. A message like "are you missing a loader".

            So I installed sass, node-sass, sass-loader etc etc and configured these in my webpack.config.js. I also noticed the react-awesome-slider module within node-modules contained a webpack.config.js.

            Long story so far, sorry, now to the essence of this question.

            In what way can the modules installed (like react-awesome-slider) be considered "black boxes"? It doesn't feel logical that all the modules get build when building the main app. The "exclude: /node_modules/," config in webpack.config.js prevents this, not?

            So why does the react-awesome-slider give an error about .scss transpiling? I had no .scss rule in my webpack config then.

            Will all dependend modules automatically get installed when installing a new module? So when I run "npm i react-awesome-slider --save-dev", will its dependencies also be installed? Or is this not necessary? And do I need to update (webpack) configuration after installing a new module? Or is it really black box and "self-containing"?

            Any help would greatly be appreciated!!! Maybe there is a good react-webpack sample app on Github or something like that?



            Answered 2019-Dec-26 at 13:38

            Node modules are build to execute packages.When the are compiled they have proper configuration to handle extensions that are imported in it and when you import something like .scss in your main app then it does not know about that extension then your webpack need rules to include that extensions.
            It does exclude node_modules as the are pre-converted pr pre build.
            More over webpack is bit tough so developers create CRA Have look at it.



            How to deploy react app to godaddy server?
            Asked 2019-Oct-17 at 08:35

            I'm new to React world and have made a website on that, everything is working awesome in localhost but when I upload build files on server it shows nothing in

            please help me out for deploy app to godaddy server .

            Here is my package.json file in which I have set homepage as ''

            package.json ...


            Answered 2019-Oct-17 at 06:15

            Make sure you have base href configured properly, it should point to /react. More about Base URL element.

            React router will also need to know about /react, for that use the 's basename prop. Documentation for basename.

            Check network tab from your browser's developer tools for any 404 errors loading JS files.



            Owl Carousel npm module is not working in reactjs
            Asked 2019-Jul-03 at 01:35

            I am working on a reactjs application and I am using owl carousel npm module to show some data.

            I am having a component which only renders owl carousel , for that I installed owl carousel and importing like below



            Answered 2019-Jul-03 at 01:35

            I guess your problem is that you are not using setState to change the state.



            React owl carousel is blank
            Asked 2019-Jun-26 at 13:52

            I am using React owl carousel to display dynamic carousel.

            When I place static html it displays the data properly in carousel but when I try to display dynamic data (using axios) then carousel is always blank.

            Note:: I fetch the data using axios and update the state which I use to loop the data.

            Can someone explain what mistake I have done here as the carousel always remain blank.

            All the code is in same file:

            My code::



            Answered 2019-Jun-26 at 13:52

            Seems like OwlCarousel dont re-render upon state change and as such even though your state updates and your callback sends it new set of children, OwlCarousel stays as is like initial render. It do have callback hooks that you can tie your updates into so that it will update using that but seems like very poor documentation so I did not spend time on it. There's something called onRefresh hook that you can use that takes in a function but again no example that tells you how to do it.

            To overcome this I wrapped OwlCarousel in the length check which will only render once state has something to render after API call returns.



            Use Owl Carousel 2 with next.js and react
            Asked 2019-Jun-23 at 06:15

            I want to use jQuery owl carousel with my next js react app. I dont want to use npm package react-owl-carousel only owl-carousel and jquery plugin.

            I use lazy load with next.js dynamic and put the following code in my Webpack config:



            Answered 2019-Jun-23 at 06:15

            after checking the bundle file i find that webpack pass another jQuery instance to owl.carousel file

            here is webpack bundle code



            Unable to get dynamic component in Next.js to skip server side rendering and show only on the client
            Asked 2019-Apr-29 at 14:35

            I am trying to dynamically render a custom react component containing react-owl-carousel in a next js application.

            However, due to the nature of the react-owl-carousel it cannot be server rendered. So i decided to skip server side rendering for the dynamic import by setting ssr to false like so:



            Answered 2019-Apr-29 at 14:35

            Eventually, after much debugging and trying different things i was able to get it to work by following these steps:

            1) Install jquery npm install jquery --save

            2) Update the next.config.js file to include jquery via the webpack's provide plugin like so:


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            Install react-owl-carousel

            you can use html script tag to inject jquery as well.
            You need to inject a global window.jQuery first.
            wrap your divs inside the OwlCarousel component.


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