7 examples of 'react text box' in JavaScript

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20render() {
21 return (
22 <div style={styles.formElement}>
23 <label style={styles.label} htmlFor={this.props.type}>
24 {this.props.label}
25 </label>
26 <input
27 id={this.props.type}
28 style={{ ...styles.textbox, lineHeight: '100%' }}
29 type={this.props.type}
30 value={this.state.value}
31 onChange={this.handleChange}
32 />
33 {this.props.children &&
34 React.cloneElement(this.props.children, {
35 password: this.state.value,
36 })}
37 </div>
38 );
39}
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6render() {
7 const { secure, multiline, children, ...otherProps } = this.props;
8
9 if (secure) {
10 return React.createElement(PasswordEntry, otherProps, children);
11 }
12
13 if (multiline) {
14 return React.createElement(MultilineEntry, otherProps, children);
15 }
16
17 return React.createElement(Entry, otherProps, children);
18}
9function TextboxWidget(props) {
10 const { widget, canEdit } = props;
11 const [text, setText] = useState(widget.text);
12
13 const editTextBox = () => {
14 TextboxDialog.showModal({
15 text: widget.text,
16 onConfirm: newText => {
17 widget.text = newText;
18 setText(newText);
19 return widget.save();
20 },
21 });
22 };
23
24 const TextboxMenuOptions = [
25 <Menu.Item key="edit" onClick={editTextBox}>
26 Edit
27 </Menu.Item>,
28 ];
29
30 if (!widget.width) {
31 return null;
32 }
33
34 return (
35 <Widget {...props} menuOptions={canEdit ? TextboxMenuOptions : null} className="widget-text">
36 <HtmlContent className="body-row-auto scrollbox t-body p-15 markdown">{markdown.toHTML(text || "")}</HtmlContent>
37 </Widget>
38 );
39}
43function Text() {
44 var props = arguments.length > 0 && arguments[0] !== undefined ? arguments[0] : {};
45
46 switch (Platform.default.current) {
47 case 'alipay':
48 return React.createElement(index$1.Text, props);
49
50 case 'wechat':
51 return React.createElement(index$2.Text, props);
52
53 case 'toutiao':
54 return React.createElement(Text$1.default, props);
55 }
56}
18render() {
19 const {children, ...props} = this.props;
20 return React.createElement('Text', props, children);
21}
61render() {
62 const inputStyle = {
63 position: 'absolute',
64 top: this.props.bBox.y,
65 left: this.props.bBox.x,
66 width: this.props.bBox.w,
67 height: this.props.bBox.h,
68 };
69
70 if (this.state.display === false) {
71 inputStyle.display = 'none';
72 }
73
74 Object.assign(inputStyle, this.props.styles);
75
76 return (
77 <input
78 className='text-input'
79 ref={(i) => {
80 this.textInput = i;
81 }}
82 style={inputStyle}
83 onChange={this.onChange}
84 onBlur={this.onBlur}
85 value={this.state.value}
86 />
87 );
88}
15public render() {
16 let className = "group";
17 if (this.props.invalid) {
18 className += " invalid";
19 }
20 if (this.props.small) {
21 className += " small";
22 }
23 let name;
24 let list;
25 if (this.props.list != null) {
26 name = this.props.list[0];
27 list = <datalist id={name}>
28 {this.props.list[1].map((n, i) => <option key={i} value={n} />)}
29 </datalist>;
30 }
31
32 return (
33 <div className={className}>
34 <input
35 list={name}
36 type="text"
37 required
38 className={this.props.className}
39 value={this.props.value}
40 onChange={this.props.onChange}
41 onBlur={this.props.onBlur}
42 />
43 {list}
44 <span className="bar"></span>
45 <label>{this.props.label}</label>
46 </div>
47 );
48}

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