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Integrating Custom Components

You can expand on Builder's selection of built-in blocks by registering components from your codebase with Builder. Then, teammates can drag and drop your components within Builder's Visual Editor just like any other block.

You can use components you code yourself or third-party components with Builder.

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Use cases for integrating custom components

Custom components are ideal when you want to accomplish goals such as:

  • Adding unique functionality to your site for special use cases
  • Systematizing design and content patterns
  • Standardizing your design system with custom components-only mode, which makes only your custom components available for use in the Visual Editor
  • Customizing blocks
  • Overriding built-in blocks

Overview of how to integrate your custom components with Builder

Using your custom components in Builder's Visual Editor is a minimal process:

Furthering your customized experience

After you've set up custom components in Builder you can customize your team's experience even further by:

Using Builder Blocks in Custom Components

Overriding Built-in Components

Versioning Custom Components

Next steps

To get started using your custom components in Builder, head over to Registering Custom Components with Builder.


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