React-Leaflet aims to provide all the controls and layers provided by Leaflet, but it does not support any Leaflet plugin.
The plugins page offers a non-exhaustive list of third-party plugins.
If these plugins do not match your needs, adding layers and behaviors provided by plugins in your application should be relatively easy by extending one of the abstract classes provided by React-Leaflet (see the class hierarchy to find the most relevant class to extend) and implementing the relevant methods:
createLeafletElement (props: Object): Object(required): create and return the relevant Leaflet element instance. This instance will be stored in the class as
this.leafletElementand used by other methods handling behavior such as events bindings.
updateLeafletElement (fromProps: Object, toProps: Object): Object(optional): use this method to update the
leafletElementaccording to the properties changes.
By wrapping your custom component using the
withLeaflet() higher-order component, it will get the LeafletContext object injected in its props.
useLeaflet() hook can be used to access the context object that needs to be provided as the
leaflet property of a custom component.