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React has grown into one of the most popular front-end frameworks for developers. Also, the community has grown at a rapid rate over the last couple of years.

React component libraries, not only optimise your UI development process. But also provides extreme flexibility due to it is high modularity. But picking the correct React component library for your application can be tricky, but don’t worry, you came to the right place.

Today I’ve compiled 10 of the best React component libraries that are popular among developers for their usability and accessibility.

1. Grommet


Grommet has a wide library of components in its kit and counts big names like such as Netflix and Boeing among its users. Whether your app is for phones or wider screens displays, you’ll be able to design layouts. Accessibility is via keyboard or screen reader.

Theming tools help with the customization for colour, type and layout.

2. React Suite

React Suite

React Suite is a library of React components. It been designed for middle platform and back-end products. While also be committed to creating intimate interactive designs. But while providing developers with a friendly development experience.

Customizing the components shouldn’t pose any problem. Andthe components you find in this library include icons, loaders, dividers, tool-tips and more

3. PrimeReact

Prime React

The third one on this list of React UI component libraries would not be complete without PrimeReact. It provides components to cover almost all basic interface requirements. Components such as input options, menus, data presentation, messages and more.

It pays attention to the mobile experience, too, with touch-optimized responsive design elements. Some many templates and themes allow you to customize and choose between flat and material design.

4. Material Kit React

Material Kit React Free

Material Kit React builds a set of elements that put consistency as the main feature of this set. Thus making your web development project retains a resemblance in appearance and functions all through.

The general layout resembles multiple sheets of paper. Which imparts depth and order to the layouts.

Using this kit you will notice that there is 3 example pages are included. Not only will these pages illustrate what is possible with this kit. But it also serve as templates where you can substitute text and images with your own.

The kit also contains a number of basic elements such as buttons, badges, sliders, menu, pagination, navigation bars, tabs and pills. Using this React component library, you’ll be able to customize the style, size and colour for most elements. While with the JavaScript elements you find in this kit includes Modals, tooltips, date-time picker, carousels and popovers. You can also restyle any old Bootstrap project.

5. React Admin


This React UI component framework is fit for building business-to-business admin apps on top of REST/GraphQL APIs. It’s also customisable by design. It’s built with a number of well-known projects in addition to React: Material UI, React Router, Redux, and React Final Form.

The latter is a popular form state management solution. Additionally to the free version and its components. There is also an enterprise solution that includes pro support from Marmelab and access to private modules.

6. Shards React

Shards React

Shards React is an open-source, modern React UI kit that is built from scratch and geared towards fast performance. With its modern design system it allows you to change many things. What’s more, you can download the source files to change things at the code level. Also, you can use your SCSS skills to enhances the developer experience.

This component library is based on Shards, and uses React Datepicker, React Popper and noUIShlider. It supports Material and Font Awesome icons. While Shards Pro package has 15 pre-made pages that help you get started. Helpfully, these pages use blocks that you can move around.

7. Material-UI

Material Ui

Material-UI ranks amongst the most popular React UI component libraries. The components rely on React but it also uses Google’s Material Design.

A wide range of helpful components such as app bars, auto-complete, badges, buttons, cards, dialog boxes, icons, menus, sliders and more. Helpfully, Material-UI also offers React themes and templates, so you can have a custom colour theme for your app.

8. React Bootstrap

React Bootstrap

React Bootstrap is a UI kit that retains it’s Bootstrap core. To give you more control over the form and function of each component. It replaces Bootstrap’s JavaScript with React. Each component is built to be easily accessible, important for front-end framework building.

Since it doesn’t deviate much from its Bootstrap origins, devs can choose from the thousands of Bootstrap themes readily available.

9. Blueprint

Blueprint Js

The React components you find in Blueprint are primarily for use on desktop apps. These components are particularly suitable for building complex and data-dense interfaces. The component library is where you can pick bits of code for generating and displaying icons for interacting with dates and times. For picking timezones etc.

Blueprint has so many components in it’s libraries such as breadcrumbs, buttons, callouts, cards, divider, navbars, tabs, tags and much more.

10. Semantic UI React

Semantic Ui React

Semantic UI uses human-friendly HTML for it’s dev framework. It has integrations with React, Angular, Meteor, Ember and as well as many other frameworks. All the jQuery functionality has been re-implemented in React.

It allows you to load any Semantic UI CSS theme on top. What is more, you will also have complete access to the markup, which means there’s flexibility in customising components.

11. Onsen UI

Onsen Ui

Onsen UI is a mobile app dev framework that uses HTML5 and JavaScript. It provides integration with Angular, Vue.js and React. Every component is auto-styled based on the platform, and so it supports both iOS and Android using the same source code.

Onsen UI is compatible with many other React frameworks. It contains an interactive tutorial helps you get a good start with this tool. The component library employs pure CSS with no JavaScript behaviour. And lastly for some extra details, custom elements help out.

12. Evergreen


Evergreen; contains a set of React components that is suitable for enterprise-grade web applications. And since it uses React Primitive. It is highly flexible. But at the same time, it works just as easily right out of the box.

Included is a wide range of components and tools. Starting from basic layouts, typography, colours and icons to function-based components such as drop-downs, file uploads and feedback indicators. Once you’ve installed this package simply pick and choose the components you want to import.


10+ React UI Component Libraries & Frameworks