- A React
<script>tag that supports universal rendering
- Client rendering correctly appends the script tag to the page
- Supports client
- Works with react dev-tools
If you've found this page, you may want to consider using react-html-metadata. It should simplify your use of metadata in React web applications.
npm install --save react-script-tag
yarn add react-script-tag
<script> attributes should be supported, including
true if the client is
hydrate()ing the server render, otherwise
false. Defaults to
For questions or issues, please open an issue, and you're welcome to submit a PR for bug fixes and feature requests.
Before submitting a PR, ensure you run
npm test to verify that your coe adheres to the configured lint rules and passes all tests. Be sure to include unit tests for any code changes or additions.