The user can choose among several pages to navigate to / several actions to perform. I want to show him these routes / actions in a menu.
I'm open as to how. Classical ways are fine (e.g. a sidebar listing page names) but I'm also curious for innovative solutions.
What are menu/navigation libraries for React apps?
When you right-click on a file in a desktop interface a little popup is shown with possible actions to take, like deleting the file, renaming the file, etc. I want this for my React app.
What react context menu libraries are there?
The W3C added a specification for `position: sticky` which is great but not implemented in all browsers yet.
The library doesn't need to be a polyfill and doesn't need to comply to the spec. I just want to make sure that an element is always visible. And I don't want to use `position: fixed` because the element should scroll along the rest of the content and should "detach" itself when needs be. Basically the element should switch between "position: static" and "position: fixed". See the W3C `position: sticky` for more information.
Are there libraries that help make a React element sticky?
To save vertical space, many mobile apps implement a header that disappears when the user scrolls down and appears again when the user scrolls up. Chrome for mobile does that for example.
I basically want the same thing than browser tabs but for my React app.
What React libraries are there to achieve that?
I have a page with many sections. I want to display a menu listing all these sections. When the user clicks on a section in the menu then the page should scroll to the corresponding section.