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Use different React version

Add to project.clj:

:dependencies {
  [rum "0.11.3" :exclusions [[cljsjs/react] [cljsjs/react-dom]]]
  [cljsjs/react     "16.6.0-0"]
  [cljsjs/react-dom "16.6.0-0"]

Including React.js manually

If you want to include react.js yourself, then add this to project.clj:

:dependencies {
  [rum "0.11.3" :exclusions [[cljsjs/react] [cljsjs/react-dom]]]

Create two files

  1. src/cljsjs/react.cljs:

    (ns cljsjs.react)
  2. src/cljsjs/react/dom.cljs:

    (ns cljsjs.react.dom)

Add to your HTML the version you want:

<script crossorigin src=""></script>
<script crossorigin src=""></script>

Using React with addons

[rum "0.11.3" :exclusions [cljsjs/react cljsjs/react-dom]]
[cljsjs/react-dom "16.2.0-3" :exclusions [cljsjs/react]]
[cljsjs/react-dom-server "16.2.0-3" :exclusions [cljsjs/react]]
[cljsjs/react-with-addons "16.2.0-3"]

Profiling with React perf

Specify the react-with-addons dependency in your project.clj (see above ↑)

Then from within your program run:

;;run your app

and results will be printed to the developer console.

Using 3rd-party React components

via Adapter API

Since 0.11.5 Rum provides an API to adapt React component for usage in Rum components. But you can still create components manually as described in the next section.

(rum/defc component []
   (rum/adapt-class js/Slider
     {:min min
      :max max
      :range true
      :defaultValue [40 60]})])

When rendering on JVM Rum browsides a hook to fallback rendering of JS components, so you can delegate this work to JS environment such as GraalJS or renderer a placeholder instead.

(defn render-js-component [type-sym attrs children]
  (case type-sym
    'js/Slider (rum/render-static-markup (slider-placeholder))

(binding [rum/*render-js-component* render-js-component]

via React.js directly

Given e.g. react-router-transition

(defn route-transition [pathname children]
  (js/React.createElement js/RouteTransition
    #js { :pathname pathname
          :atEnter  #js { :opacity 0 }
          :atLeave  #js { :opacity 0 }
          :atActive #js { :opacity 1 } }
    (clj->js children)))

Another example react-component/slider

(defn range-slider [min max]
  (js/React.createElement js/Slider #js { :min min
                                          :max max
                                          :range true
                                          :defaultValue #js [40 60] }))

If you want to mix 3rd-party React components with child elements using the Hiccup-like syntax, you can call directly into the library that provides it, daiquiri. This can be particularly useful for 3rd-party React components that are made to wrap your own components, like drag-and-drop plugins and so on.

(js/React.createElement js/MyComponent
  #js { }
  (daiquiri.core/html [:div [:p "Hello, world"]]))

Note: See how defn is used here instead of defc? Using defc would cause two components being created (e.g. range-slider and the Slider component). Because in many cases you don't need the wrapping component you can just use defn.

Using Rum component in React

In order to use Rum component from React JS code you have to create gluing layer in a form of wrapping function (React component) that unwraps React's props object and passes values into Rum component as arguments.

(rum/defc button [{:keys [on-click]} text]
  [:button {:on-click on-click}

(defn Button [^js props]
  (button {:on-click (.-onClick props)}
    (.-children props)))

Get displayName of component

This might be useful for development when you want to know which component this mixin is handling:

(ns ...
  (:require [goog.object :as gobj]))

(defn display-name
  "Returns the displayname of the component"
    (:rum/react-component state)

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