Most people who use React don’t use Web Components, but you may want to, especially if you are using third-party UI components that are written using Web Components.

class HelloMessage extends React.Component {
  render() {
    return <div>Hello <x-search>{this.props.name}</x-search>!</div>;
  }
}
One common confusion is that Web Components use “class” instead of “className”.

function BrickFlipbox() {
  return (
    <brick-flipbox class="demo">
      <div>front</div>
      <div>back</div>
    </brick-flipbox>
  );
}

Assuming that is a Typescript compile error. You need to add typescript declarations to your react-app-env.d.ts


declare namespace JSX {
    interface IntrinsicElements {
        'vaadin-text-field': { 'prop': any };
        'vaadin-button d': { 'prop': any };
    }
}

class XSearch extends HTMLElement {
  connectedCallback() {
    const mountPoint = document.createElement('span');
    this.attachShadow({ mode: 'open' }).appendChild(mountPoint);

    const name = this.getAttribute('name');
    const url = 'https://www.google.com/search?q=' + encodeURIComponent(name);
    ReactDOM.render(<a href={url}>{name}</a>, mountPoint);
  }
}
customElements.define('x-search', XSearch);

Make sure <ListEnterprises /> is loaded as a Route component, history will automatically be provided in props and can be accessed using this.props.history.


<Route path="/enterprises" component={ListEnterprises} />

Alternatively to cookies you could use localStorage. Here's a basic example of that. It sets an item in the storage once the main component is mounted and reacts to that item in the render() method.


componentDidMount() {
  // Get item from localStorage and save it to a constant.
  const hasVisitedBefore = localStorage.getItem('hasVisitedBefore');

  // Check if the user has visited the site (component) before.
  if (!hasVisitedBefore) {
    // If not, set the component state (or dispatch an action if you need)
    // Also set the localStorage so it's globally accessible.
    this.setState({ hasVisitedBefore: false });
    localStorage.setItem('hasVisitedBefore', true);
  }
}

// Based on the state set in `componentDidMount()`, show or hide the welcome modal.
render() {
  return (
    <div>
      {this.state.hasVisitedBefore
        ? 'Welcome back!'
        : 'Welcome for the first time!'}
    </div>
  );
}

I assume you're trying to pass remotes='remotes' to MyTab. Components rendered by a Route are passed only the route props, but you can use an anonymous inner function to slip in extra props. Don't forget to pass on the route props if you need them!


<Route
  path='/user-settings/:param1'
  component={routeProps => <MyTab {...routeProps} remotes='remotes' />}
/>

You might not want to use map in this case since you only want to render one movie. You could instead use the find method and render that single movie if it's found.


class Movie extends Component {
  // ...

  render() {
    const { movies, movieId } = this.state;
    const movie = movies.find(movie => movie.event.id === movieId);

    return (
      <div className="movie-info">
        {movie ? <h1 key={movie.event.id}>{movie.event.title}</h1> : null}
      </div>
    );
  }
}

In functional components using hooks:


useEffect(() => {
    const script = document.createElement('script');
    script.src = "https://www.mercadopago.com.ar/integrations/v1/web-payment-checkout.js";
    script.async = true;
    document.body.appendChild(script);
    return () => {
        document.body.removeChild(script); // This will remove the script on unmount
    }
}, []);

Array.prototype.reverse() reverses the elements in place. You'll need to pass a new array into setData().


<button
  onClick={() => {
    var newData = data;

    // Create a new array using the spread operator
    setData(reverseArray([...newData])); 
  }}
>

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