<ScrollContainer> to facilitate scroll restoration for elements other than
<ScrollContainer> must be given a unique
scrollKey, and can be given an optional
shouldUpdateScroll callback that behaves the same as in redux-first-router-restore-scroll.
You must use this component in conjunction with redux-first-router-restore-scroll and of course redux-first-router itself. Once both are installed, you can simply use the component as shown below to wrap your scrollable element. No context
<Provider> element is needed to wrap your app.
;const MyComponent =><ScrollContainerscrollKey='my-unique-name'shouldUpdateScroll=shouldUpdateScroll><MyScrollableComponent /></ScrollContainer>
a unique name is needed for each individual
ScrollContainerso that multiple of them can be correctly restored.
<ScrollContainer>does not support on-the-fly changes to
scrollKeyor to the DOM node for its child.
This package is a port of the corresponding component within https://github.com/taion/react-router-scroll . Thanks for pioneering this route, particularly @taion for the amazing
scroll-behavior package which supports all such components.