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React radio components

63 radios are developed with React. A radio is a circular element that can be activated or deactivated when ticked. It’s used to select a single option from a list of choices. React is the most popular frontend library for developing component-driven user interfaces. It’s used for developing single page, mobile, and server-rendered applications. React is used to develop 64 projects.

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Radio Field
Radio
Radio
StyledRadios
Radio
RadioButtonList
Deprecated InputGroup
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RadioBorderedBox
Radio (selection control)
Radio
SLDSRadioButtonGroup
SLDSRadioGroup
Radio Group
RadioGroup

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