Semantic UI React is the official React integration for Semantic UI, a popular front-end development framework. It provides a set of reusable React components that follow Semantic UI's design principles and styling. With Semantic UI React, you can easily build responsive and visually appealing user interfaces.
v3.19.0(about 24 hours ago)
Integration with React
Semantic UI React provides a comprehensive collection of reusable UI components, ranging from buttons to forms, grids, navigations, modals, and more. It has a rich set of pre-styled components that follow Semantic UI's design principles. UIkit also offers a wide range of UI components, including grids, typography, forms, modals, and sliders, but the component library is relatively smaller compared to Semantic UI React.
Customization and Theming
Both frameworks allow for customization and theming, but Semantic UI React has more built-in theming options and supports theming using CSS variables. It provides a semantic theming system that allows developers to easily customize the look and feel of components. UIkit also supports theming and customization through its SASS variables and provides a customizable build system. However, Semantic UI React offers more flexibility and options when it comes to theming and customization.
Community and Documentation
Semantic UI React has a larger and more active community, with a dedicated team of maintainers and contributors. It has extensive documentation and a well-established ecosystem with community-driven resources. UIkit also has a supportive community but is relatively smaller compared to Semantic UI React. Its documentation is comprehensive and covers all the features and components.
In terms of performance, UIkit is known for its lightweight and optimized CSS framework. It follows best practices to ensure fast loading times and offers options for lazy loading. Semantic UI React, being a React-based framework, has a slightly heavier footprint due to its integration with React, but it still performs well in most scenarios. Both frameworks provide options for tree-shaking to reduce the bundle size.