3D animated react button component with progress bar.

Here is a demo gif:

Reactive Button Preview

Reactive Button is a 3D animated react component to replace the traditional boring buttons. Change your button style without adding any UI framework. Comes with progress bar and the goal is to let the users visualize what is happening after a button click.

  • 3D
  • Animated
  • Supports icons
  • Zero dependency
  • Progress indicator
  • Notification message
  • Supports TypeScript
  • Super easy to setup
  • Extremely lightweight
  • Super easy to customize
  • And much more !

Step 1: Installation

Install via NPM.

npm install reactive-button

Or via Yarn.

yarn add reactive-button

Step 2: Usage

The targets of the below example:

  • Show a button showing the text 'Submit'.
  • After clicking the button, change the button text to 'Loading' and send an HTTP request.
  • Upon successful request, change the button text to 'Done' as success notification.
import { useState } from 'react';
import ReactiveButton from 'reactive-button';

function App() {
  const [state, setState] = useState('idle');

  const onClickHandler = () => {

    // send an HTTP request
    setTimeout(() => {
    }, 2000);

  return (

export default App;

Other Usage

Reactive Button has all the functionalities of a normal button.


It comes with 10 default color options.

return (
    <ReactiveButton color="primary" />
    <ReactiveButton color="secondary" />
    <ReactiveButton color="teal" />
    <ReactiveButton color="green" />
    <ReactiveButton color="red" />
    <ReactiveButton color="violet" />
    <ReactiveButton color="blue" />
    <ReactiveButton color="yellow" />
    <ReactiveButton color="dark" />
    <ReactiveButton color="light" />


There are 4 sizes available.

return (
    <ReactiveButton size="tiny" />
    <ReactiveButton size="small" />
    <ReactiveButton size="medium" />
    <ReactiveButton size="large" />


Make the buttons more beautiful with these customization options.

return (
    <ReactiveButton outline />
    <ReactiveButton rounded />
    <ReactiveButton shadow />

Existing State

In your project, There might be existing state for loading indicator which accepts boolean value only. If you don't want to define new state for Reactive Button, then utilize the existing state.

const [loading, setLoading] = useState(false);

return (
    buttonState={loading ? 'loading' : 'idle'}

Without State

state is not mandatory.

return <ReactiveButton onClick={onClickHandler} />;

Using Icons

You can use your own icons. Don't forget to wrap them with a parent element.

return (
        <faReply /> Send

Form Submit

If you need to submit form by button clicking, set the type prop as 'submit'.

return (
    <input type="text" name="username" />
    <input type="password" name="password" />
    <ReactiveButton type={'submit'} idleText="Submit" />

Anchor Tag

To use Reactive button as anchor tag, simply wrap it with an anchor tag.

return (
  <a href="" target="_blank">
    <ReactiveButton idleText="Visit Github" />

Available Props

Props Type Description Default
buttonState string 'idle' | 'loading' | 'success' | 'error' 'idle'
onClick function Callback function when clicking button () => {}
color string 'primary' | 'secondary' | 'dark' | 'light' | 'green' | 'red' | 'yellow' | 'teal' | 'violet' | 'blue' 'primary'
idleText string | ReactNode Button text when idle 'Click Me'
loadingText string | ReactNode Button text when loading 'Loading'
successText string | ReactNode Button text when loading successful 'Success'
errorText string | ReactNode Button text when loading failed 'Error'
type string 'button' | 'submit' | 'reset' 'button'
className string Button classnames ''
style React.CSSProperties Custom style {}
outline boolean Enable outline effect false
shadow boolean Enable shadow effect false
rounded boolean Enable rounded button false
size string 'tiny' | 'small' | 'normal' | 'large' 'normal'
block boolean Block Button false
messageDuration number Success/Error message duration in millisecond 2000
disabled boolean Disable button false
buttonRef React.Ref | null Button reference null
width string | null Override button width null
height string | null Override button height null
animation boolean Button hover and click animation true


Below are the reference links:

No. Link
1. Read more here.
2. Follow code author here.