Fluent UI Web
Fluent UI React is shipping its v9 final stable release. Visit the Fluent UI React v9 Release page on the wiki to learn more about the upcoming release schedule.
Fluent UI web represents a collection of utilities, React components, and web components for building web applications.
This repo is home to 3 separate projects today. Combining Fluent UI React v9 components with Fluent UI React v8 or v0 components is possible and allows gradual migration to Fluent UI v9.
The following table will help you navigate the 3 projects and understand their differences.
|React Components (v9)
|New, future-proof and forward looking
|Web Component implementation of Fluent UI.
Why are there two React versions? Fluent UI v8 is still widely used. We encourage you to migrate to Fluent UI v9. See the Migration overview.
Fluent UI Insights is a series that describes the design and decisions behind the Fluent UI design system.
|EP04: Foundational APIs
|EP06: Accessible by default
All files on the Fluent UI React GitHub repository are subject to the MIT license. Please read the License file at the root of the project.
Usage of the fonts and icons referenced in Fluent UI React is subject to the terms of the assets license agreement.
You can view the complete list of additions, fixes, and changes in the CHANGELOG.md file for each package.
Looking for Office UI Fabric React?
The Office UI Fabric React project has evolved to Fluent UI.
office-ui-fabric-react repo is now this repo (
fluentui in the Microsoft organization)! The name change should not disrupt any current Fabric usage, repo clones, pull requests or issue reporting. Links should redirect to the new location. The library formerly known as
office-ui-fabric-react is now available as
@fluentui/react (see above table for more information).
We have a lot in store for Fluent UI - Read our announcement here.
Looking for Fluent UI React Northstar?
Fluent UI React Northstar has been superseded by Fluent UI React Components v9. For more details about Fluent UI React Northstar, see its README.md.