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Introduction

Refine provides an integration package for Mantine library. This package provides a set of ready to use components and hooks that connects Refine with Mantine components. While Refine's integration offers a set of components and hooks, it is not a replacement for the Mantine UI packages, you will be able to use all the features of Mantine in the same way you would use it in a regular React application. Refine's integration only provides components and hooks for an easier usage of Mantine components in combination with Refine's features and functionalities.

Installation​

Installing the package is as simple as just by running the following command without any additional configuration:

npm i @refinedev/mantine @refinedev/react-table @mantine/core@5 @mantine/hooks@5 @mantine/form@5 @mantine/notifications@5 @emotion/react@11 @tabler/icons@1 @tanstack/react-table
Version Support

Refine's Mantine integration currently uses Mantine v5.

Usage​

We'll wrap our app with the <MantineProvider /> to make sure we have the theme available for our app, then we'll use the layout components to wrap them around our routes. Check out the examples below to see how to use Refine's Mantine integration.

import { Refine, Authenticated } from "@refinedev/core";
import {
    ErrorComponent,
    ThemedLayoutV2,
    RefineThemes,
    notificationProvider,
    AuthPage
} from "@refinedev/mantine";
import { NotificationsProvider } from "@mantine/notifications";
import { MantineProvider, Global } from "@mantine/core";
import dataProvider from "@refinedev/simple-rest";
import routerProvider, {
    NavigateToResource,
} from "@refinedev/react-router-v6";
import { BrowserRouter, Routes, Route, Outlet, Navigate } from "react-router-dom";

import authProvider from "./auth-provider";

import { ProductList, ProductCreate, ProductEdit, ProductShow } from "./pages/products";

const App: React.FC = () => {
    return (
        <BrowserRouter>
            <MantineProvider
                theme={RefineThemes.Blue}
                withNormalizeCSS
                withGlobalStyles
            >
                <Global styles={{ body: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
                <NotificationsProvider position="top-right">
                    <Refine
                        notificationProvider={notificationProvider}
                        routerProvider={routerProvider}
                        dataProvider={dataProvider(
                            "https://api.fake-rest.refine.dev",
                        )}
                        authProvider={authProvider}
                        resources={[
                            {
                                name: "products",
                                list: "/products",
                                show: "/products/:id",
                                edit: "/products/:id/edit",
                                create: "/products/create",
                                meta: {
                                    canDelete: true,
                                },
                            },
                        ]}
                    >
                        <Routes>
                            <Route element={<Authenticated fallback={<Navigate to="/login" />}><Outlet /></Authenticated>}>
                            <Route
                                element={
                                    <ThemedLayoutV2>
                                        <Outlet />
                                    </ThemedLayoutV2>
                                }
                            >
                                <Route index element={<NavigateToResource resource="products" />} />
                                <Route path="/products" element={<Outlet />}>
                                    <Route index element={<ProductList />} />
                                    <Route path="create" element={<ProductCreate />} />
                                    <Route path=":id" element={<ProductShow />} />
                                    <Route path=":id/edit" element={<ProductEdit />} />
                                </Route>
                                <Route path="*" element={<ErrorComponent />} />
                            </Route>
                            </Route>
                            <Route element={<Authenticated fallback={<Outlet />}><NavigateToResource resource="products" /></Authenticated>}>
                                <Route
                                    path="/login"
                                    element={(
                                    <AuthPage
                                        type="login"
                                        formProps={{
                                        initialValues: {
                                            email: "demo@refine.dev",
                                            password: "demodemo",
                                        },
                                        }}
                                    />
                                    )}
                                />
                                <Route path="/register" element={<AuthPage type="register" />} />
                                <Route path="/forgot-password" element={<AuthPage type="forgotPassword" />} />
                                <Route path="/reset-password" element={<AuthPage type="resetPassword" />} />
                                <Route path="*" element={<ErrorComponent />} />
                            </Route>
                        </Routes>
                    </Refine>
                </NotificationsProvider>
            </MantineProvider>
        </BrowserRouter>
    );
};

export default App;

Tables​

Mantine offers styled table primitives but lacks the table management solution. Refine recommends using @refinedev/react-table package which is built on top of Refine's useTable hook and Tanstack Table's useTable hook to enable features from pagination to sorting and filtering. Refine's documentations and examples of Mantine uses @refinedev/react-table package for table management but you have the option to use any table management solution you want.

pages/products/list.tsx
import React from "react";
import { useTable } from "@refinedev/react-table";
import { ColumnDef, flexRender } from "@tanstack/react-table";
import { List, ShowButton, EditButton, DeleteButton } from "@refinedev/mantine";

import {
Box,
Group,
ScrollArea,
Select,
Table,
Pagination,
} from "@mantine/core";

const columns = [
{ id: "id", header: "ID", accessorKey: "id" },
{
id: "name",
header: "Name",
accessorKey: "name",
meta: { filterOperator: "contains" },
},
{ id: "price", header: "Price", accessorKey: "price" },
{
id: "actions",
header: "Actions",
accessorKey: "id",
enableColumnFilter: false,
enableSorting: false,
cell: function render({ getValue }) {
return (
<Group spacing="xs" noWrap>
<ShowButton hideText recordItemId={getValue() as number} />
<EditButton hideText recordItemId={getValue() as number} />
<DeleteButton hideText recordItemId={getValue() as number} />
</Group>
);
},
},
];

export const ProductList = () => {
const {
getHeaderGroups,
getRowModel,
setOptions,
refineCore: {
setCurrent,
pageCount,
current,
tableQueryResult: { data: tableData },
},
} = useTable<IProduct>({ columns });

return (
<ScrollArea>
<List>
<Table highlightOnHover>
<thead>
{getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
<tr key={headerGroup.id}>
{headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
<th key={header.id}>
{flexRender(
header.column.columnDef.header,
header.getContext(),
)}
</th>
))}
</tr>
))}
</thead>
<tbody>
{getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
<tr key={row.id}>
{row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
<td key={cell.id}>
{flexRender(cell.column.columnDef.cell, cell.getContext())}
</td>
))}
</tr>
))}
</tbody>
</Table>
<br />
<Pagination
position="right"
total={pageCount}
page={current}
onChange={setCurrent}
/>
</List>
</ScrollArea>
);
};

interface IProduct {
id: string;
name: string;
price: number;
description: string;
}

Forms​

Refine provides a seamless integration with the useForm hook of @mantine/form from validation to submission via the useForm hook exported from the @refinedev/mantine package.

pages/products/create.tsx
import { Create, useForm } from "@refinedev/mantine";
import { TextInput, NumberInput } from "@mantine/core";

export const ProductCreate = () => {
const { saveButtonProps, getInputProps, errors } = useForm({
initialValues: {
name: "",
material: "",
price: 0,
},
});

return (
<Create saveButtonProps={saveButtonProps}>
<form>
<TextInput
mt={8}
id="name"
label="Name"
placeholder="Name"
{...getInputProps("name")}
/>
<TextInput
mt={8}
id="material"
label="Material"
placeholder="Material"
{...getInputProps("material")}
/>
<NumberInput
mt={8}
id="price"
label="Price"
placeholder="Price"
{...getInputProps("price")}
/>
</form>
</Create>
);
};

@refinedev/mantine also offers hooks to implement different types of forms such as useModalForm, useDrawerForm and useStepsForm hooks. Additionally useSelect hook is also provided to make it easier to implement form fields with relational data. The useSelect hook of @refinedev/mantine leverage the useSelect hook from the @refinedev/core package.

Notifications​

Mantine has its own built-in notification system through @mantine/notifications package which works seamlessly with its UI elements. Refine also provides a seamless integration with Mantine's notification system and show notifications for related actions and events. This integration is provided by the notificationProvider hook exported from the @refinedev/mantine package which can be directly used in the notificationProvider prop of the <Refine /> component.

app.tsx
import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useNotificationProvider } from "@refinedev/mantine";
import { NotificationsProvider } from "@mantine/notifications";

const App = () => {
return (
// `@mantine/notifications` also requires a context provider to be used
<NotificationsProvider position="top-right">
<Refine notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}>
{/* ... */}
</Refine>
</NotificationsProvider>
);
};

Predefined Components and Views​

Layouts, Menus and Breadcrumbs​

Refine provides Layout components that can be used to implement a layout for the application. These components are crafted using Mantine's components and includes Refine's features and functionalities such as navigation menus, headers, authentication, authorization and more.

import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core";
import dataProvider from "@refinedev/simple-rest";
import routerProvider from "@refinedev/react-router-v6";
import { BrowserRouter, Route, Routes, Outlet } from "react-router-dom";

import {
    ErrorComponent,
    ThemedLayoutV2,
    RefineThemes,
    notificationProvider,
    AuthPage
} from "@refinedev/mantine";
import { NotificationsProvider } from "@mantine/notifications";
import { MantineProvider, Global } from "@mantine/core";

import { ProductList } from "./pages/products/list";

export default function App() {
  return (
    <BrowserRouter>
        <MantineProvider
            theme={RefineThemes.Blue}
            withNormalizeCSS
            withGlobalStyles
        >
            <Global styles={{ body: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
            <NotificationsProvider position="top-right">
                <Refine
                    routerProvider={routerProvider}
                    dataProvider={dataProvider("https://api.fake-rest.refine.dev")}
                    notificationProvider={notificationProvider}
                    resources={[
                        {
                            name: "products",
                            list: "/products",
                        }
                    ]}
                >
                    <Routes>
                        <Route
                            // The layout will wrap all the pages inside this route
                            element={
                            <ThemedLayoutV2>
                                <Outlet />
                            </ThemedLayoutV2>
                            }
                        >
                            <Route path="/products" element={<ProductList />} />
                            <Route path="*" element={<ErrorComponent />} />
                        </Route>
                    </Routes>
                </Refine>
            </NotificationsProvider>
        </MantineProvider>
    </BrowserRouter>
  );
};

<ThemedLayoutV2 /> component consists of a header, sider and a content area. The sider have a navigation menu items for the defined resources of Refine, if an authentication provider is present, it will also have a functional logout buttun. The header contains the app logo and name and also information about the current user if an authentication provider is present.

Additionally, Refine also provides a <Breadcrumb /> component that uses the Mantine's component as a base and provide appropriate breadcrumbs for the current route. This component is used in the basic views provided by Refine's Mantine package automatically.

Buttons​

Refine's Mantine integration offers variety of buttons that are built above the <Button /> component of Mantine and includes many logical functionalities such as;

  • Authorization checks
  • Confirmation dialogs
  • Loading states
  • Invalidation
  • Navigation
  • Form actions
  • Import/Export and more.

You can use buttons such as <EditButton /> or <ListButton /> etc. in your views to provide navigation for the related routes or <DeleteButton /> and <SaveButton /> etc. to perform related actions without having to worry about the authorization checks and other logical functionalities.

An example usage of the <EditButton /> component is as follows:

pages/products/list.tsx
import React from "react";
import { useTable } from "@refinedev/react-table";
import { ColumnDef, flexRender } from "@tanstack/react-table";
import { List, EditButton } from "@refinedev/mantine";

const columns = [
{ id: "id", header: "ID", accessorKey: "id" },
{ id: "name", header: "Name", accessorKey: "name", meta: { filterOperator: "contains" } },
{ id: "price", header: "Price", accessorKey: "price" },
{
id: "actions",
header: "Actions",
accessorKey: "id",
cell: function render({ getValue }) {
return <EditButton hideText recordItemId={getValue() as number} />;
},
},
];

export const ProductList = () => {
const table = useTable({ columns });

return ( /* ... */ );
};

The list of provided buttons are:

Many of these buttons are already used in the views provided by Refine's Mantine integration. If you're using the basic view elements provided by Refine, you will have the appropriate buttons placed in your application out of the box.

Views​

Views are designed as wrappers around the content of the pages in the application. They are designed to be used within the layouts and provide basic functionalities such as titles based on the resource, breadcrumbs, related actions and authorization checks. Refine's Mantine integration uses components such as <Box />, <Card /> and <Group /> to provide these views and provides customization options by passing related props to these components.

The list of provided views are:

import React from "react";
import { useTable } from "@refinedev/react-table";
import { ColumnDef, flexRender } from "@tanstack/react-table";
import { List, ShowButton, EditButton, DeleteButton } from "@refinedev/mantine";

import { Box, Group, ScrollArea, Select, Table, Pagination } from "@mantine/core";

export const ProductList = () => {
    const columns = React.useMemo(
        () => [
            {
                id: "id",
                header: "ID",
                accessorKey: "id",
            },
            {
                id: "name",
                header: "Name",
                accessorKey: "name",
                meta: {
                    filterOperator: "contains",
                },
            },
            {
              id: "material",
              header: "Material",
              accessorKey: "material",
          },
            {
                id: "price",
                header: "Price",
                accessorKey: "price",
            },
            {
                id: "actions",
                header: "Actions",
                accessorKey: "id",
                enableColumnFilter: false,
                enableSorting: false,
                cell: function render({ getValue }) {
                    return (
                        <Group spacing="xs" noWrap>
                            <ShowButton
                                hideText
                                recordItemId={getValue() as number}
                            />
                            <EditButton
                                hideText
                                recordItemId={getValue() as number}
                            />
                            <DeleteButton
                                hideText
                                recordItemId={getValue() as number}
                            />
                        </Group>
                    );
                },
            },
        ],
        [],
    );

    const {
        getHeaderGroups,
        getRowModel,
        setOptions,
        refineCore: {
            setCurrent,
            pageCount,
            current,
            tableQueryResult: { data: tableData },
        },
    } = useTable({
        columns,
        refineCoreProps: {
            initialSorter: [
                {
                    field: "id",
                    order: "desc",
                },
            ],
        },
    });

    return (
        <ScrollArea>
            <List>
                <Table highlightOnHover>
                    <thead>
                        {getHeaderGroups().map((headerGroup) => (
                            <tr key={headerGroup.id}>
                                {headerGroup.headers.map((header) => (
                                    <th key={header.id}>
                                        {flexRender(
                                            header.column.columnDef
                                                .header,
                                            header.getContext(),
                                        )}
                                    </th>
                                ))}
                            </tr>
                        ))}
                    </thead>
                    <tbody>
                        {getRowModel().rows.map((row) => (
                            <tr key={row.id}>
                                {row.getVisibleCells().map((cell) => (
                                    <td key={cell.id}>
                                        {flexRender(
                                            cell.column.columnDef.cell,
                                            cell.getContext(),
                                        )}
                                    </td>
                                ))}
                            </tr>
                        ))}
                    </tbody>
                </Table>
                <br />
                <Pagination
                    position="right"
                    total={pageCount}
                    page={current}
                    onChange={setCurrent}
                />
            </List>
        </ScrollArea>
    );
};

Fields​

Refine's Mantine also provides field components to render values with appropriate design and format of Mantine. These components are built on top of respective Mantine components and also provide logic for formatting of the values. While these components might not always be suitable for your use case, they can be combined or extended to provide the desired functionality.

The list of provided field components are:

pages/products/show.tsx
import { useShow } from "@refinedev/core";
import {
Show,
TextField,
NumberField,
MarkdownField,
} from "@refinedev/mantine";

import { Title } from "@mantine/core";

export const ProductShow = () => {
const { queryResult } = useShow();
const { data, isLoading } = queryResult;
const record = data?.data;

return (
<Show isLoading={isLoading}>
<Title mt="xs" order={5}>
Name
</Title>
<TextField value={record?.name} />

<Title mt="xs" order={5}>
Description
</Title>
<MarkdownField value={record?.description} />

<Title mt="xs" order={5}>
Price
</Title>
<NumberField
value={record?.price}
options={{ style: "currency", currency: "USD" }}
/>
</Show>
);
};

Auth Pages​

Auth pages are designed to be used as the pages of the authentication flow of the application. They offer an out of the box solution for the login, register, forgot password and reset password pages by leveraging the authentication hooks of Refine. Auth page components are built on top of basic Mantine components such as <TextInput /> and <Card /> etc.

The list of types of auth pages that are available in the UI integrations are:

  • <AuthPage type="login" />
  • <AuthPage type="register" />
  • <AuthPage type="forgot-password" />
  • <AuthPage type="reset-password" />

An example usage of the <AuthPage /> component is as follows:

import { AuthPage } from "@refinedev/mantine";

export const LoginPage = () => {
    return (
        <AuthPage
            type="login"
            formProps={{
                initialValues: {
                  email: "demo@refine.dev",
                  password: "demodemo",
                },
            }}
        />
    );
};

Error Components​

Refine's Mantine integration also provides an <ErrorComponent /> component that you can use to render a 404 page in your app. While these components does not offer much functionality, they are provided as an easy way to render an error page with a consistent design language.

An example usage of the <ErrorComponent /> component is as follows:

pages/404.tsx
import { ErrorComponent } from "@refinedev/mantine";

const NotFoundPage = () => {
return <ErrorComponent />;
};

Theming​

Since Refine offers application level components such as layout, sidebar and header and page level components for each action, it is important to have it working with the styling of Mantine. All components and providers exported from the @refinedev/mantine package will use the current theme of Mantine without any additional configuration.

Additionally, Refine also provides a set of carefully crafted themes for Mantine which outputs a nice UI with Refine's components with light and dark theme support. These themes are exported as RefineThemes object from the @refinedev/mantine package and can be used in <MantineProvider /> component of Mantine.

import { RefineThemes } from "@refinedev/mantine";
import { NotificationsProvider } from "@mantine/notifications";
import { MantineProvider, Global } from "@mantine/core";

export const ThemeProvider = ({ children }) => (
    <MantineProvider
        // Available themes: Blue, Purple, Magenta, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green
        // Change the line below to change the theme
        theme={RefineThemes.Magenta}
        withNormalizeCSS
        withGlobalStyles
    >
        <Global styles={{ body: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
        <NotificationsProvider position="top-right">
            {children}
        </NotificationsProvider>
    </MantineProvider>
);

To learn more about the theme configuration of Mantine, please refer to the official documentation.

Inferencer​

You can automatically generate views for your resources using @refinedev/inferencer. Inferencer exports the MantineListInferencer, MantineShowInferencer, MantineEditInferencer, MantineCreateInferencer components and finally the MantineInferencer component, which combines all in one place.

To learn more about Inferencer, please refer to the Mantine Inferencer docs.