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Radio / React

Enables users to pick exactly one option from a group.

To implement Radio component into your project you’ll need to add the import:

import Radio from "@kiwicom/orbit-components/lib/Radio";

After adding import into your project you can use it simply like:

<Radio label="Radio" />


Table below contains all types of the props available in Radio component.

Name Type Default Description
checked boolean false If true, the Radio will be checked.
dataTest string Optional prop for testing purposes.
disabled boolean false If true, the Radio will be set up as disabled.
hasError boolean false If true, the border of the Radio will turn red. See Functional specs
info React.Node The additional info about the Radio.
label string The label of the Radio.
name string The name for the Radio.
onChange event => void | Promise Function for handling onChange event.
ref func Prop for forwarded ref of the Radio. See Functional specs
tabIndex string | number Specifies the tab order of an element
tooltip Element<Tooltip> Optional property when you need to attach Tooltip to the Radio. See Functional specs
value string The value of the Radio.

Functional specs

  • ThehasError prop will be visible only when the Radio has checked or disabled prop set on false.

  • ref can be used for example auto-focus the elements immediately after render.

class Component extends React.PureComponent<Props> {
  componentDidMount() {
    this.ref.current && this.ref.current.focus();

  ref: { current: React.ElementRef<*> | null } = React.createRef();

  render() {
    return <Radio ref={this.ref} />;
  • The tooltip property is useful when you need to visually attach Tooltip component only to the Radio’s glyph, not the label or other parts of the Radio.