Backdrop Filter

Anton Petrov


React component that generates a div element with controls for almost all backdrop-filter effects available as per specification (check MDN definition).

You can easily apply filters to the backdrop (everything behind an element, including the background) like those you can find on iOS or Windows: blur, saturation, opacity, contrast, etc.

Check table below for all properties manageable via this component.

Tested externally on Safari, Edge and Chrome (instructions below). Check the CanIUse support table for more specific compatibility information.


Property Control Type Default
blur Blur number 0
brightness Brightness number 100
contrast Contrast number 100
grayscale Grayscale number 0
hueRotate Hue Rotate number 0
invert Invert number 0
opacity Opacity number 100
sepia Sepia number 0
saturate Saturate number 100
borderRadius Radius number 0
borderRadiusPerSide - boolean false
borderTopLeftRadius - number 0
borderTopRightRadius - number 0
borderBottomRightRadius - number 0
borderBottomLeftRadius - number 0
backgroundColor Background string ‘transparent’

You can find the source code of this component on GitHub.

Viewing on Google Chrome

Chrome doesn’t support backdrop-filter CSS property out-of-the-box yet, but can be enabled via a flag.

  • In Chrome, go to chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-web-platform-features
  • Select the “Enable” option from the dropdown at the right hand side


  • Version: 1.7.0
  • Updated: 7 months ago
  • License: MIT


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