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react-with-responsive-ssr

1.0.5 • Public • Published

react-with-responsive-ssr

Higher Order Component to display based on viewport breakpoints.
Makes use of CSS media queries to let the browser decide what to display.

Install

npm i -S react-with-responsive-ssr

Usage

import withResponsive from 'react-with-responsive-ssr';

const ResponsiveComponent = withResponsive(MyComponent);

<ResponsiveComponent displayFrom="sm">
  Display from small screens
</ResponsiveComponent>
<ResponsiveComponent displaTo="lg">
  Display up to large screens
</ResponsiveComponent>
<ResponsiveComponent displayFrom="md" displaTo="xl">
  Display from medium up to extra large screens
</ResponsiveComponent>

It can also be used with props as second parameter for HOC

const FromSM = withResponsive(MyComponent, { displayFrom: 'sm' });
const ToLG = withResponsive(MyComponent, { displayTo: 'lg' });
const FromMDToXL = withResponsive(MyComponent, {
  displayFrom: 'md',
  displayTo: 'xl'
});

<FromSM>Display from small screens</FromSM>
<ToLG>Display up to large screens</ToLG>
<FromMDToXL>Display from medium up to extra large screens</FromMDToXL>

Media query breakpoints

Default breakpoints

{
  xs: 0,
  sm: 576,
  md: 768,
  lg: 992,
  xl: 1200,
  xxl: 1600,
}

Custom breakpoints

Use setMediaQueryBreakpoints() to set your own breakpoints.

Example for NextJS in pages/_app.js:

import React from 'react';
import App from 'next/app';
import { setMediaQueryBreakpoints } from 'react-with-responsive-ssr';

setMediaQueryBreakpoints({
  mobile: 0,
  tablet: 1024,
  desktop: 1440,
});

export default class MyApp extends App {
  render() {
    const { Component, pageProps } = this.props;
    return <Component {...pageProps} />;
  }
}

Install

npm i react-with-responsive-ssr

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Version

1.0.5

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