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Segment Group

Organizes and navigates between sections in a view.

Anatomy

To set up the segmented control correctly, you'll need to understand its anatomy and how we name its parts.

Each part includes a data-part attribute to help identify them in the DOM.

Examples

Learn how to use the SegmentGroup component in your project. Let's take a look at the most basic example:

import { Index } from 'solid-js'
import { SegmentGroup } from '@ark-ui/solid'

export const Basic = () => {
  const frameworks = ['React', 'Solid', 'Svelte', 'Vue']
  return (
    <SegmentGroup.Root>
      <SegmentGroup.Indicator />
      <Index each={frameworks}>
        {(framework) => (
          <SegmentGroup.Item value={framework()}>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemText>{framework()}</SegmentGroup.ItemText>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemControl />
          </SegmentGroup.Item>
        )}
      </Index>
    </SegmentGroup.Root>
  )
}

Initial Value

To set a default segment on initial render, use the defaultValue prop:

import { Index } from 'solid-js'
import { SegmentGroup } from '@ark-ui/solid'

export const InitialValue = () => {
  const frameworks = ['React', 'Solid', 'Svelte', 'Vue']
  return (
    <SegmentGroup.Root value="React">
      <SegmentGroup.Indicator />
      <Index each={frameworks}>
        {(framework) => (
          <SegmentGroup.Item value={framework()}>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemText>{framework()}</SegmentGroup.ItemText>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemControl />
          </SegmentGroup.Item>
        )}
      </Index>
    </SegmentGroup.Root>
  )
}

Controlled Segment Group

To create a controlled SegmentGroup component, manage the current selected segment using the value prop and update it when the onValueChange event handler is called:

import { Index, createSignal } from 'solid-js'
import { SegmentGroup } from '@ark-ui/solid'

export const Controlled = () => {
  const frameworks = ['React', 'Solid', 'Svelte', 'Vue']
  const [value, setValue] = createSignal('React')
  return (
    <SegmentGroup.Root value={value()} onValueChange={(e) => setValue(e.value)}>
      <SegmentGroup.Indicator />
      <Index each={frameworks}>
        {(framework) => (
          <SegmentGroup.Item value={framework()}>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemText>{framework()}</SegmentGroup.ItemText>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemControl />
          </SegmentGroup.Item>
        )}
      </Index>
    </SegmentGroup.Root>
  )
}

Disabled Segment

To disable a segment, simply pass the disabled prop to the SegmentGroup.Item component:

import { Index } from 'solid-js'
import { SegmentGroup } from '@ark-ui/solid'

export const Disabled = () => {
  const frameworks = ['React', 'Solid', 'Svelte', 'Vue']
  return (
    <SegmentGroup.Root value={'React'}>
      <SegmentGroup.Indicator />
      <Index each={frameworks}>
        {(framework) => (
          <SegmentGroup.Item value={framework()} disabled={framework() === 'Svelte'}>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemText>{framework()}</SegmentGroup.ItemText>
            <SegmentGroup.ItemControl />
          </SegmentGroup.Item>
        )}
      </Index>
    </SegmentGroup.Root>
  )
}

API Reference

Root

PropDefaultType
asChild
(props: ParentProps<'div'>) => Element

defaultValue
string

The initial value of the radio group when it is first rendered. Use when you do not need to control the state of the radio group.

disabled
boolean

If `true`, the radio group will be disabled

form
string

The associate form of the underlying input.

id
string

The unique identifier of the machine.

ids
Partial<{ root: string label: string indicator: string item(value: string): string itemLabel(value: string): string itemControl(value: string): string itemHiddenInput(value: string): string }>

The ids of the elements in the radio. Useful for composition.

name
string

The name of the input fields in the radio (Useful for form submission).

onValueChange
(details: ValueChangeDetails) => void

Function called once a radio is checked

orientation
'horizontal' | 'vertical'

Orientation of the radio group

readOnly
boolean

Whether the checkbox is read-only

value
string

The value of the checked radio

Data AttributeValue
[data-scope]radio-group
[data-part]root
[data-orientation]The orientation of the radio-group
[data-disabled]Present when disabled

Indicator

PropDefaultType
asChild
(props: ParentProps<'div'>) => Element

Data AttributeValue
[data-scope]radio-group
[data-part]indicator
[data-disabled]Present when disabled
[data-orientation]The orientation of the indicator

ItemControl

PropDefaultType
asChild
(props: ParentProps<'div'>) => Element

Data AttributeValue
[data-scope]radio-group
[data-part]item-control
[data-active]Present when active or pressed

Item

PropDefaultType
value
string

asChild
(props: ParentProps<'label'>) => Element

disabled
boolean

invalid
boolean

ItemText

PropDefaultType
asChild
(props: ParentProps<'span'>) => Element

Label

PropDefaultType
asChild
(props: ParentProps<'label'>) => Element

Data AttributeValue
[data-scope]radio-group
[data-part]label
[data-orientation]The orientation of the label
[data-disabled]Present when disabled

Accessibility

Complies with the Radio WAI-ARIA design pattern.

Keyboard Support

KeyDescription
Tab
Moves focus to either the checked radio item or the first radio item in the group.
Space
When focus is on an unchecked radio item, checks it.
ArrowDown
Moves focus and checks the next radio item in the group.
ArrowRight
Moves focus and checks the next radio item in the group.
ArrowUp
Moves focus to the previous radio item in the group.
ArrowLeft
Moves focus to the previous radio item in the group.