Huzaima Khan
Jul 19, 2023 ⋅ 4 min read

Create responsive masonry layouts for your React app

Huzaima Khan Huzaima is a software engineer with a keen interest in technology. He is always on the lookout for experimenting with new technologies. He is also passionate about aviation and travel.

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2 Replies to "Create responsive masonry layouts for your React app"

  1. Hello! Thank you for the explanation. I’m trying to reproduce the masonry with some images, but some columns are way higher than others due to some vertical images together. I thought the example would work to ‘reorder’ those in order to accommodate these different heights and maintain a balanced view, as it is said on the post, but I can’t get it to work.

    Any advice? Thank you!

  2. Similar to other poster, I tried using react-responsive-masonry and Measure together exactly as is done in the example, and nothing happens when an item is resized. masonry is not triggered, and the columns don’t adjust. Is there more to it? a callback function that needs to be passed so masonry knows to re-render?

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