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Sheriff Quadri
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Nov 4, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Comparing the top 3 React lightbox libraries

Sheriff Quadri Software engineer

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One Reply to "Comparing the top 3 React lightbox libraries"

  1. Hey there. This article stands to be updated. Sadly, Simple React Lightbox was deprecated. Additionally, the content here fails to inform the reader that Light Gallery is a paid-for library in cases of commercial use – even though we’re technically using a wrapper for it.

    I think a new version should cite other free alternatives, such as React Image Gallery.

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