react-conduit-fix

Place components anywhere in your dom tree


License
MIT
Install
npm install react-conduit-fix@0.1.0

Documentation

react-conduit

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Description

react-conduit allows you to render React components anywhere. Typical use case scenarios are:

  • Keep shared state in the parent but render the children anywhere.
  • Imperative APIs for things like rendering alerts or confirmations in a different react application and send it to your main application.
  • Render componentes in z-indexed layers with ease.

Installation

npm install --save react-conduit

Usage

First and foremost you need to wrap your react componentes with a <ConduitProvider>. After that you use an <Inlet> to wrap the components you need to render and drop an <Outlet> wherever you want the components to be rendered.

import React from "react";
import { Inlet, Outlet, ConduitProvider } from "react-conduit";

<ConduitProvider>
  <div className="divA">
    <p>This paragraph will be a .divA child in the DOM</p>
    <Inlet label="test">
      <p>This paragraph will be a .divB child in the DOM</p>
    </Inlet>
  </div>

  <div className="divB">
    <Outlet label="test" />
  </div>
</ConduitProvider>

You can drop several inlets and outlets in your application. Components inside inlets will be rendered on outlets based on their labels.

NOTE: using the same label in several outputs will replicate the inlet-ed components.

It's possible to force the order of the elements that are being output at a certain outlet by passing an index prop to the <Inlet> (defaults to 0, thus elements are output by registering in the inlet order). Negative numbers will be rendered first in the DOM.

To further customize the element that wraps the outlet you can use both className and style props in the <Outlet>.

import React from "react";
import { Inlet, Outlet, ConduitProvider } from "react-conduit";

<ConduitProvider>
  <div className="divA">
    <p>This paragraph will be a .divA child in the DOM</p>
    <Inlet label="test">
      <p>This paragraph will be the second .divB child in the DOM</p>
    </Inlet>
    <Inlet label="test" index={-1}>
      <p>This paragraph will be the first .divB child in the DOM</p>
    </Inlet>
  </div>

  <Outlet label="test" className="divB" />
</ConduitProvider>

API

Inlet

Prop Type Req? Description
label string Label matching one of the outlets
index integer Index for ordering the outlet output. Negative indexes will be rendered first
onConnect func Callback invoked when a new conduit is connected
onDisconnect func Callback invoked when a conduit gets disconnected

Outlet

Prop Type Req? Description
label string Outlet identifier
className string Additional className for the outlet wrapper
style object Additional styles for the outlet wrapper
onConnect func Callback invoked when a new conduit is connected
onDisconnect func Callback invoked when a conduit gets disconnected

CHANGELOG

v3.0.0

  • [BREAKING] No longer supports React version < 16.8.
  • Update dependencies

v2.0.0

  • [BREAKING] No longer supports React version < 16.3.
  • Update dependencies.
  • Use config files for tooling instead of package.json entries.

v1.2.0

  • Update uuid dependency.
  • Fix uuid imports to ease the pain of mocking test with jest.

v1.1.0

  • Updated all dependencies.
  • No longer use Sinon and Chai for testing. Just jest.
  • Added ESLint + Prettier to make our code nicer.

v1.0.2

  • Support for React 16.

v1.0.1

  • Fix Inlet ordering not working.

v1.0.0

  • Add onDisconnect and onConnect callbacks to inlets and outlets.
  • Big refactor. Docs are on their way!

v0.2.0

  • Add index prop to Inlet to allow reordering at output time.
  • Add className and style props to Outlet to customize the wrapper.

v0.1.1

  • Fixed subscription/unsubscription gotchas.

v0.1.0

  • Initial release.