JSX is an amazing pseudo language for React, and if I am honest, that is what leads me brought to love. So respond a lot. The use of React without JSX is cumbersome and frustrating, while the use of JSX is an easier way to express your code. A disadvantage of JSX, however, is that it makes the access to component elements indirect, if not difficult.
Method 1: reaction sum
react-dumb gives a
findDomNode method to find the node of the component:
// Get ReactDOM import ReactDOM from "react-dom"; // In your component method class MyComponent expands component
ReactDOM.findDOMNode (this) you can get the main node of the widget and from there you can use typical DOM methods:
const node = ReactDOM.findDOMNode (this); // Obtain child nodes if (node authority of HTMLElement)
Another method to get DOM nodes is to use
ref s; an example use is detailed in my React and autofocus post:
class MyComponent expands component }
ref attribute to the element you want to handle is a more response-oriented approach to treating an element. Both strategies work well, so choose what you prefer!
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