10 examples of 'react native text wrap' in JavaScript

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61_wrapChild: function _wrapChild(child) {
62 // We need to provide this childFactory so that
63 // ReactCSSTransitionGroupChild can receive updates to name, enter, and
64 // leave while it is leaving.
65 return React.createElement(ReactCSSTransitionGroupChild, {
66 name: this.props.transitionName,
67 appear: this.props.transitionAppear,
68 enter: this.props.transitionEnter,
69 leave: this.props.transitionLeave,
70 appearTimeout: this.props.transitionAppearTimeout,
71 enterTimeout: this.props.transitionEnterTimeout,
72 leaveTimeout: this.props.transitionLeaveTimeout
73 }, child);
74},
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40Text.render = function render(props, ...args) {
41 const oldProps = props;
42 let newProps = {...props, style: [defaultFontFamily.style, props.style]};
43 try {
44 return Reflect.apply(TextRender, this, [newProps, ...args]);
45 } finally {
46 newProps = oldProps;
47 }
48};
8render() {
9 const { children, ...props } = this.props;
10 return React.cloneElement(React.Children.only(children), props);
11}
18render() {
19 const {children, ...props} = this.props;
20 return React.createElement('Text', props, children);
21}
17function getRenderedNativeOrTextFromComponent(component) {
18 let result = component;
19
20 let rendered = result._renderedComponent;
21
22 while (rendered) {
23 result = rendered;
24
25 rendered = result._renderedComponent;
26 }
27
28 return result;
29}
112function createTextInstance(
113 text,
114 rootContainerInstance,
115 hostContext,
116 internalInstanceHandle
117) {
118 console.log('createTextInstance');
119 return text;
120}
48componentDidUpdate() {
49 this.setDOM();
50}
86value: function render() {
87 var _this2 = this;
88
89 var value = this.props.value;
90
91 return _react2.default.createElement(
92 'div',
93 { className: 'customModal' },
94 _react2.default.createElement(
95 'div',
96 { className: 'customModal__text' },
97 this.renderText()
98 ),
99 _react2.default.createElement('input', {
100 ref: function ref(el) {
101 _this2.input = el;
102 },
103 className: 'customModal__input',
104 type: 'text',
105 placeholder: 'Enter something',
106 defaultValue: value
107 }),
108 _react2.default.createElement(
109 'button',
110 { className: 'customModal__button', onClick: this.handleRemove },
111 'Delete'
112 ),
113 _react2.default.createElement(
114 'button',
115 { className: 'customModal__button customModal__button_float_right', onClick: this.handleSave },
116 'Save'
117 )
118 );
119}
12render() {
13 // Ensure we have a single child to attach attributes
14 const { children, message } = this.props;
15 const child = children ? React.Children.only(children) : <span />;
16
17 // For a string message, just use it as the child's text
18 let grandChildren = message;
19 let extraProps;
20
21 // Convert a message object to set desired fluent-dom attributes
22 if (typeof message === "object") {
23 const args = message.args || message.values;
24 extraProps = {
25 "data-l10n-args": args && JSON.stringify(args),
26 "data-l10n-id": message.id || message.string_id,
27 };
28
29 // Use original children potentially with data-l10n-name attributes
30 grandChildren = child.props.children;
31 }
32
33 // Add the message to the child via fluent attributes or text node
34 return React.cloneElement(child, extraProps, grandChildren);
35}
213insertText(text: Node) {
214 this.editor.summernote('insertText', text);
215}

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