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@visx/responsive

v2.1.2

Published

visx responsive svg

Downloads

248,515

Readme

@visx/responsive

The @visx/responsive package is here to help you make responsive graphs.

With Enhancers

withScreenSize

withParentSize

With Components

ParentSize

ScaleSVG

withScreenSize

If you would like your graph to adapt to the screen size, you can use withScreenSize(). The resulting component will pass screenWidth and screenHeight props to the wrapped component containing the respective screen dimensions.

Example:

import { withScreenSize } from '@visx/responsive';
// or
// import * as Responsive from '@visx/responsive';
// Responsive.withScreenSize(...);

let chartToRender = withScreenSize(MySuperCoolVisxChart);

// ... Render the chartToRender somewhere

withParentSize

If you would like your graph to adapt to it's parent component's size, you can use withParentSize(). The resulting component will pass parentWidth and parentHeight props to the wrapped component containing the respective parent's dimensions.

Example:

import { withParentSize } from '@visx/responsive';
// or
// import * as Responsive from '@visx/responsive';
// Responsive.withParentSize(...);

let chartToRender = withParentSize(MySuperCoolVisxChart);

// ... Render the chartToRender somewhere

ParentSize

You might do the same thing using the ParentSize component.

Example:

import { ParentSize } from '@visx/responsive';
// or
// import * as Responsive from '@visx/responsive';
// <Responsive.ParentSize />;

let chartToRender = (
  <ParentSize>
    {parent => (
      <MySuperCoolVisxChart
        parentWidth={parent.width}
        parentHeight={parent.height}
        parentTop={parent.top}
        parentLeft={parent.left}
        // this is the referer to the wrapper component
        parentRef={parent.ref}
        // this function can be called inside MySuperCoolVisxChart to cause a resize of the wrapper component
        resizeParent={parent.resize}
      />
    )}
  </ParentSize>
);

// ... Render the chartToRender somewhere

ScaleSVG

You can also create a responsive chart with a specific viewBox with the ScaleSVG component.

Example:

import { ScaleSVG } from '@visx/responsive';
// or
// import * as Responsive from '@visx/responsive';
// <Responsive.ScaleSVG />

let chartToRender = (
  <ScaleSVG width={400} height={400}>
    <MySuperCoolVXChart />
  </ScaleSVG>
);

// ... Render the chartToRender somewhere
⚠️ ResizeObserver dependency

If you don't need a polyfill for ResizeObserver or are already including it in your bundle, you should use ParentSizeModern and withParentSizeModern which doesn't include the polyfill.

Installation

npm install --save @visx/responsive