react add semantic-ui


Semantic UI is a popular CSS framework that provides a set of styles and layout modules for building modern and responsive websites and applications. To add Semantic UI to a React application, you can follow these steps:

  1. Install Semantic UI: You can install Semantic UI in your React project using npm:
npm install semantic-ui-css
  1. Import Semantic UI in your application: To use Semantic UI in your application, you will need to import the Semantic UI CSS styles. You can do this by adding the following line to the top of your application’s entry point (e.g., index.js):
import 'semantic-ui-css/semantic.css';
  1. Use Semantic UI components: You can now use Semantic UI components in your React components by using the corresponding class names. For example, to create a button with the Semantic UI “primary” style, you can use the ui primary button class:

<button className="ui primary button">Click me</button>

Alternatively, you can also use the react-semantic-ui library, which provides a set of React components that are built on top of Semantic UI. This allows you to use Semantic UI styles and layout modules in your React components without having to use class names directly.