Nhs Components

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Nhs Components

This is an unofficial React implementation of the NHS.UK Frontend library


The NHS.UK Components React is an unofficial implementation of the NHS.UK Frontend library using React. It is inspired by the nhsuk-react-components project by Thomas Judd-Cooper and other contributors.


  • React implementation of the NHS.UK Frontend library.
  • Compatible with nhsuk-frontend v7+ and React v18+.
  • Allows for the easy integration of NHS.UK components into React projects.


To use the NHS.UK Components React, you will need to install the nhsuk-frontend library separately. Once you have the nhsuk-frontend installed, you can install the NHS.UK Components React using the following steps:

  1. Clone the repository:
git clone [repository-url]
  1. Change into the project directory:
cd nhsuk-components-react
  1. Install the dependencies:
npm install
  1. Start the development server:
npm start


The NHS.UK Components React is an unofficial implementation of the NHS.UK Frontend library using React. It provides a convenient way to integrate NHS.UK components into React projects and is compatible with the latest versions of nhsuk-frontend and React. Installation is straightforward, and the project is released under the MIT License.


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