Joyride example image

Create awesome tours for your app!

Showcase your app to new users or explain functionality of new features.
It uses react-floater for positioning and styling. And you can use your own components too.
Open the demo Open GitHub repo


npm i react-joyride

Getting Started

import React, { useState } from 'react';
import Joyride from 'react-joyride';
* If your steps are not dynamic you can use a simple array.
* Otherwise you can set it as a state inside your component.
const steps = [
target: '.my-first-step',
content: 'This is my awesome feature!',
target: '.my-other-step',
content: 'This another awesome feature!',
export default function App() {
// If you want to delay the tour initialization you can use the `run` prop
return (
<Joyride steps={steps} />
If you need to support legacy browsers you need to include the scrollingelement polyfill.
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