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    React Fashion Watch v0.1.0

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    A carefully crafted Fashion Watch component for React (Demo)

    FashionWatch component preview


    The package can be installed via:

    • Bower: bower install react-fashion-watch
    • NPM: npm install react-fashion-watch --save

    You’ll need to install React separately since this dependency isn’t included in the package. Below is a simple example on how to use the FashionWatch in a React view. You will also need to require the css file from this package (or provide your own). The example below shows how to include the css from this package if your build system supports requiring css files (webpack is one that does).

    import React from 'react';
    import { render } from 'react-dom';
    import FashionWatch from 'react-fashion-watch';
    import 'react-fashion-watch/dist/react-fashion-watch.css';
    class MyApp extends React.Component {
        render() {
            return (
                <FashionWatch />
    render(<MyApp />, document.getElementById('app'));


    The default FashionWatch can be initialised by:

        onTick={time => time}/>

    This included the FashionWatch with its default functionality. To use more functionality you can pass extra props to the FashionWatch to enable them:

    • Switch between two different styles: rounded={true}
    • Change update interval by passing a value in milliseconds: updateInterval={1000}
    • Change watch time using transform function: onTick={time => time}

    For example, you may transform time to show current time in London using next function:

    // Function takes one argument - Date object with the current time.
    myOnTick(dateTime) {
        let utc = dateTime.getTime() + dateTime.getTimezoneOffset() * 60000,
            utcOffset = 0; // Since London is GMT 0
        // Return value must be Date object.
        return new Date(utc + 3600000 * utcOffset);

    And then simply pass the function as the onTick property:

    <FashionWatch onTick={this.myOnTick} />


    We're always trying to stay compatible with the latest version of React. We can't support all older versions of React, since React is still < 1.0 and introducing breaking changes every release.

    Latest compatible versions:

    • React 0.14 or newer: All above ReactFashionWatch v0.1.0

    Local Development

    The master branch contains the latest version of the FashionWatch component. To start your example app, you can run npm dev-server. This starts a react-dev-server on http://localhost:8080. The server will automatically compile your changes and execute linters.

    The examples

    The examples are hosted within the example folder and are ran in the simple add that loads the FashionWatch. To extend the examples with a new example, you can simply duplicate one of the existing examples and change the unique properties of your example.


    MIT © Bohdan Shtepan


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