What Is Tree View?
A tree view or a tree structure is a UI component that provides a hierarchical view of your complex data structures.
Some items (we’ve called nodes) in a tree view may have a number of subitems, and the user can expand & collapse them by clicking on the parent node.
What Can Tree View Be Used For?
A tree view can be used to present any hierarchical data such as nested lists, multi-level menus, and folder data.
The Best Tree View Components
Yet another JSON viewer library that renders your JSON data as a collapsible and expandable tree structure for better readability.
The Treeflex CSS library lets you create a flexible, responsive, semantic, SEO-friendly hierarchy tree from nested HTML lists.
A Pure CSS solution to generate a pretty clean tree diagram from nested HTML lists.
A lightweight tree view plugin that displays hierarchical data in a collapsible, selectable tree structure with checkboxes.
A simple, flexible tree library which dynamically renders a tree view of a directory/folder from hierarchical JSON data you provide.
A minimalist pure CSS tree view for presenting hierarchical data in a tree structure. Hover over a node and it highlights all child nodes.
More Resources About Tree View:
View our Tree View section for more JavaScrilt & CSS implementations of the tree view. And here are a few resources about tree view you might find useful: