React Masonry Layout ====================


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React Masonry Layout

Masonry Layout base on bricks.js with React. It comes with infinite scroll feature too !


$ npm install react-masonry-layout


import React from 'react'
import MasonryLayout from 'react-masonry-layout'

class Masonry extends React.Component {

  state = {
    perPage: 10,
    items: Array(20).fill()

  loadItems = () => {
        items: this.state.items.concat(Array(this.state.perPage).fill())

  render() {
    return (
      <div className="App">


          {, i) => {
            let height = i % 2 === 0 ? 200 : 100;
            return (
                  width: '100px',
                  height: `${height}px`,
                  lineHeight: `${height}px`,
                  color: 'white',
                  fontSize: '32px',
                  display: 'block',
                  background: 'rgba(0,0,0,0.7)'



props type default description
id string null required
packed string data-packed optional, see Bricks.js
sizes array [ { columns: 2, gutter: 20 }, { mq: '768px', columns: 3, gutter: 20 }, { mq: '1024px', columns: 6, gutter: 20 } ] optional, see Bricks.js
position boolean false optional, see Bricks.js
className string '' optional, the css classname you want to use
style object {} optional, the inline style you want to use
infiniteScroll function () => {} optional, the function that used to load more data
infiniteScrollContainer string window optional, by default, it will listen to the window's scroll event. If you want to listen to some div's scroll event, please set the container's id to it
infiniteScrollDisabled boolean false optional, if you don't want to trigger infiniteScroll, set it to false
infiniteScrollLoading boolean false optional, when you are loading data, please set it to true, then the infiniteScroll will not trigger
infiniteScrollEnd boolean false optional, when no more data, please set it to true, then the infiniteScroll will not trigger
infiniteScrollDistance number 200 optional, the distance to trigger infiniteScroll
infiniteScrollSpinner element <div>this is a loader</div> optional, override it if you want to custom the loading spinner
infiniteScrollEndIndicator element <div>no more data</div> optional, override it if you want to custom the no more data indicator
  • getBricksInstance return the instance of bricks.js.
class C extends Component {
  onClick() {
    const bricksInstance = this.instance.getBricksInstance();
    // do stuffs
  render = () => <MasonryLayout ref={instance => this.instance = instance}>



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

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