UI components for Mapbox projects


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Pronounced 'mis-tər yü-'ī. Mapbox React UI components.

UI components for Mapbox projects. See docs at https://mapbox.github.io/mr-ui/.

This project is for internal Mapbox usage. The code is open source and we appreciate bug reports; but we will only consider feature requests and pull requests from Mapbox developers.


npm install @mapbox/mr-ui

On Mapbox projects, pair these components with version 1.1.0+ of Mapbox's custom Assembly build. (This is not in peerDependencies because you might use <link> and <script> tags instead of the npm package.)

The public Assembly build should work fine, with maybe one or two hiccups.


Import individual components! All components are exposed at @mapbox/mr-ui/{component-name}. For example:

import Modal from '@mapbox/mr-ui/modal';
import Tooltip from '@mapbox/mr-ui/tooltip';

Only the component itself and whatever it depends on will be drawn into your bundle.

Utility functions

There are a few utility functions you can import from @mapbox/mr-ui/utils/{name}.

See the utils documentation.


Here are some commands you'll probably want to use:

# Start the test-cases app.
npm start

# Start the documentation site.
npm run start-docs

# Start Jest's CLI in watch mode.
npx jest --watchAll

# Lint and test everything.
npm test


The build command creates a pkg/ directory that contains the code we want to publish, organized the way we want it. So pkg/ is the directory that we publish. pkg/package.json is a clone of package.json but with private: true removed.

  • Increment version numbers in package.json and package.lock.json, and ensure the changelog has an entry for the latest version. Then, create a new Git tag.
  • Build the pkg/ directory: npm run build.
  • cd into the pkg/ directory and mbx npm publish from there.
  • cd back to root and run npm run deploy-docs to update the docs at https://mapbox.github.io/mr-ui/

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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