popup

A simple react popup component

Sep 04, 2019
A simple react popup component

Reactjs-popup

React Popup Component - Modals,Tooltips and Menus —  All in one

Reactjs-popup is a simple react popup component with a lot of benefits :

  • Built with react fragment that’s mean no additional wrapper Divs in your code or in the trigger element. ????
  • Does not inject HTML outside your app root. ????
  • Function as children pattern to take control over your popup anywhere in your code. ????
  • Modal, Tooltip, Menu : All in one ????️
  • Full style customization ????
  • Easy to use. ????
  • IE Support.????
  • TypeScript Support ????
  • All these clocks in at around 3 kB zipped. ⚡️

Requires React >= 16.0

View Demo View Github

reactjs-popup

TO DO

  • [x] Create repository && publish package
  • [x] Create reactjs-popup Home page
  • [x] Tooltip Support
  • [x] Modal Support
  • [x] Menu & Nested Menu Support
  • [x] Add Live examples
  • [ ] Animation API
  • [ ] Toast Support
  • [ ] suggest a feature here

Installing / Getting started

This package is available in npm repository as reactjs-popup. It will work correctly with all popular bundlers.

npm install reactjs-popup --save

Using yarn

yarn add reactjs-popup -s

Include the Component

To start using reactjs popup you just need to import the component from the reactjs-popup package.

import React from "react"; import Popup from "reactjs-popup"; export default () => ( <Popup trigger={<button> Trigger</button>} position="right center"> <div>Popup content here !!</div> </Popup> );

You can find more examples in the reactjs-popup home page

Contributing

Clone Repo

Fork and then clone the repo

git clone [email protected]:your-username/reactjs-popup.git

Start Developing

Install all npm scripts:

npm install or yarn install

we use a simple package called parcel-story it's a simple storybook alternative more info https://github.com/yjose/parcel-story

Run parcel-story :

yarn start

Run Test in watch mode

yarn test-watch

To make contributing simply you need to create a new story with documentation under stories/src directory ( you can copy/past any story to start with ).

In this story, you need to present the new features or the bug fix and don't forget to comment your code :) .

Make Changes. If you want to contribute check out the help wanted issues for things that need fixing.

Before submitting a pull request run npm run test to run the unit-tests and npm run eslint to check for linting errors in your changes.

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