What’s going on in React wrapper component?

React wrapper components are a very common and powerful pattern for creating components that extend other components.

They are a great way to provide additional functionality to your React components, like custom components for displaying data, navigation, or more.

But they’re also useful for extending existing components and creating new ones.

In this post, I’m going to walk you through a simple example using react-wrappers to create a new component that extends the react-container component.

I’ll also show you how to use it to add an audio player to your site.

Before we begin, I’ll describe some of the components you’ll be creating with react-wrap-components, which include the following: The react-wrapper component The react container component A few helper functions to make life easier When we created our component in react-template-react, we set up a basic React component that we want to display.

When we want something to appear in the top navigation bar, we simply set it to a text element.

When a new item is added to the navigation bar or if we want the item to be in the left nav bar, you simply need to set the text to the value of the textarea element.

React containers have a few built-in helper functions that make it easy to make things easier.

The react wrapper components let you extend your React component, but you can also use them to create new components.

In order to extend a React component with react wrapper functions, you just need to pass in the function name and the class that will be used for that component.

For example, let’s say we want our React container component to extend the react container.

In the examples below, we’ll pass in an array of components to be added to our new component, as well as some helper functions.

The class we’ll use to create our new container will be named container-react .

We then need to call a function called add-react-container() to pass a function into our React component.

To demonstrate the add-component() function, let us create a simple component with a list of items.

React container This example shows how to create an add-container function that will add items to our list of components.

Create a new file called addcontainer.js in the root of your project and add the following code: import React from ‘react’; import {container} from ‘../components/react-wrapper’; import container from ‘./container’; import ReactWrapper from ‘ react-somatotype’; import listFromItems from ‘../items’; import addComponent from ‘add-react-[container]’; import fromList from ‘list-from-items’; // … render() { return (

); } React wrapper function addComponent(container, props) { // … return container; } The addComponent() function looks like this: addComponent({ listFromTags: listFromNames, props: props }) .then(() => { console.log(‘Add item from list:’, listFromtags.length); }); Now we have a component that adds items to the list of our items.

Let’s take a look at the additem() function.

We can add an item to the top nav bar by adding a label that says “Add item to top nav”.

AddItem({ text: ‘Add item’, type: ‘textarea’, content: ”, // this is the name of the container property name: ‘container’, className: ‘react-list-item’ }) We can also add a link to the next item by adding the following text: “Add to the bottom nav bar:”.

AddNextItem(container.react.item.next.value, container.react ( ‘react container’ )) .then((item) => { // this will create a component with the name addNextItem, which will add the item }); Now when we press the enter key on our keyboard, we get the text “Add Item to Top Nav”.

React wrapper addNextitem() returns a function with the following signature: function addNext() { // the first parameter is the value that we need to add to the container container.container.next(this.value) } You can also pass a value to the addNext function to make it return a new object.

addNext({ text: text, value: value }) .catch(()=>{ console.error(‘Error adding item to bottom nav:’, this.value); }); We’ll see an example of this function later on.

We’ll use the next() function a few more times in this tutorial.

To extend our container with a new function, we need two additional parameters.

We use the name attribute