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react-class
A carefully crafted base class for all your React components
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react-class

Smart Auto-Binding for your React components.

Features

  • auto-bind methods
  • optimized to only auto-bind non-lifecycle methods

Install

$ npm install react-class --save

Usage

Instead of extending React.Component you have to extend the class exported by react-class.

import Component from 'react-class'
// or import { Component } from 'react-class

class MyApp extends Component {
  render() {
    return <div {...props} onClick={this.onClick}>
      //onClick is auto-bound to "this", so you can keep your code dry
    </div>
  }

  onClick(){
    console.log(this)
    // this is correctly bound to the component instance
  }
}

autoBind only

If you don't want to extend the class exported by react-class and instead just want autobinding, you can just import the autoBind function directly.

import autoBind from 'react-class/autoBind'

// or

import { autoBind } from 'react-class'

// or

var autoBind = require('react-class/autoBind')

After importing/require-ing it, call autoBind in the component constructor:

import autoBind from 'react-class/autoBind'

class MyApp extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props)

    autoBind(this)
  }

  render() {
    // ... your rendering logic
  }
}

autoBind filtering

autoBind supports a second param, that can be used to filter what gets auto-binding or not. It can be a function or an object.

  • autoBind(obj, filterFn) - only those methods in obj are bound to the object for which the filterFn returns true
  • autoBind(obj, skipObject) - the methods whose names are found in the skipObject as truthy are skipped from autobinding. Eg: autoBind(obj, { notBound: true, log: true }) will not bind the obj.notBound and obj.log methods to the obj object.

FAQ

What problems does it solve?

Autobinding, which is a nice-to-have feature!

What if I want to remove it in the future?

react-class is a very thin layer around React.Component, so just in case you decide removing it in the future, you'll be safe and will only have to do very minor code changes.

We're not doing anything magical!

LICENSE

MIT

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