Create guided tours in the React app

Today we’ll show you how to create guided tours in the React app.

Sometimes you may need to add a complete guide to your product developed in React. So we will give you the step by step implementation.

Here, we will use the npm package to create tours for sample react application.

Demo Application

Output - Create guided tours in the React app - Clue Mediator
Output – Create guided tours in the React app – Clue Mediator

Steps to create guided tours in the React app

  1. Create a react app using multiple components
  2. Add npm dependency
  3. Create guided tours for react app
  4. Output

File Structure

  • react-app-tour
    • node_modules
    • src
      • pages
        • Content.js
        • Footer.js
        • Header.js
        • Navbar.js
        • Sidebar.js
      • App.js
      • index.css
      • index.js
      • WebTour.js
    • package-lock.json
    • package.json

1. Create a react app using multiple components

First of all, we will create a react web application using multiple components. We will recommend you to check the following article for more information.

Create React Application using Multiple Components

Look at the following file code for your react app.

App.js
index.css
pages/Header.js
pages/Navbar.js
pages/Content.js
pages/Sidebar.js
pages/Footer.js

2. Add npm dependency

Now, we will have a react application and it’s time to add the guided tours in the app. So let’s add the reactour npm dependency in the react app by running the following command.

This package is also required the styled-components and [email protected]^16.3 to use the createRef. Run the following command to install styled-components.

3. Create guided tours for react app

To create guided tours, we have to list out the steps and add the styles for the UI. Here, we will create a separate component called WebTour.js and import it in the root file.

WebTour.js

We have also added a few more attributes to design the tour. Refer to this link for more information.

Let’s add the WetTour.js in the App.js component.

App.js

4. Output

Run the application and check the output in the browser.

I hope you find this article is helpful.
Thank you for reading. Happy Coding..!! 🙂

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