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react-popper 2.3.0

Official library to use Popper on React projects
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Package created
7 Oct 2016
Version published
28 Apr 2022
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Total deps
9
Direct deps
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MIT

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9 Packages, Including:
@popperjs/core@2.11.8
js-tokens@4.0.0
loose-envify@1.4.0
react-dom@18.3.1
react-fast-compare@3.2.2
react-popper@2.3.0
react@18.3.1
scheduler@0.23.2
warning@4.0.3
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β“˜ This is a list of react-popper 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
@popperjs/core2.11.8378.93 kBMIT
prod peer
react-dom18.3.14.3 MBMIT
prod peer
react-fast-compare3.2.26.05 kBMIT
prod
react18.3.1310.65 kBMIT
prod peer
warning4.0.33.66 kBMIT
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does react-popper do?

React-Popper is a wrapper for the Popper.js library specifically designed for React projects. Popper is not a tooltip library, but a positioning engine that developers can use to build features such as tooltips. This wrapper is perfect for those looking to position or align certain elements on a webpage in response to other elements, commonly used for creating pop-ups, drop-down menus, and more sophisticated positioning use-cases.

How do you use react-popper?

To use react-popper, you need to install it and its core dependency in your project using a package manager like npm or Yarn. Here's how you can do it:

Using npm:

npm i react-popper @popperjs/core

Or using Yarn:

yarn add react-popper @popperjs/core

React-Popper can also be included in your project using a script tag:

<script src="https://unpkg.com/react-popper/dist/index.umd.js"></script>

After the installation, you can simply import react-popper into your component file and use it as required.

Where are the react-popper docs?

The full documentation for React-Popper is available on the official Popper website at http://popper.js.org/react-popper. The comprehensive documentation guides you through all the functionalities and use-cases of React-Popper, providing you with everything you need to know about this powerful positioning engine. Whether you are just starting out or looking for advanced features, the documentation has got you covered.