kandi X-RAY | react-sortable-hoc Summary
kandi X-RAY | react-sortable-hoc Summary
A set of higher-order components to turn any list into an animated, accessible and touch-friendly sortable list.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Get lock offset offset .
- Initialize an item .
- Clones a single node
- simple list items
- Calculates the lock offsets to pixel width and height
- Move an array .
- Get the position of a touch event .
- Calculates the offset offset of a node .
- Sort function for nodes
- Returns the pixel gap in grid .
react-sortable-hoc Key Features
react-sortable-hoc Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on react-sortable-hoc
Im using npm version 6.17.1
I have React 15.4.0 installed
I try and install npm install pretty-checkbox which gives me...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-17 at 07:22
I could see
pretty-checkbox's developer last published 4 years ago.
Let's say the new module used
email@example.com and someone who already had
firstname.lastname@example.org as direct or sub-dependency in their project is more likely to face unmet peer dependency on using the new module.
Downgrading the version is not recommended due to possible conflict with other modules. A workaround would be to add resolutions.
Before doing anything, ensure there is no other version of
react installed globally, delete your
node-modules folder and
package-lock.json file. Ensure your
package.json dependency has
email@example.com and only add
popperjs@^1.16.0 if you're sure that other modules in your project are not relying on later versions of popperjs.
Take a look at this article for a good explanation on peer dependencies
If there are other modules that needs other versions of popperjs then in your
package.json you could add an additional property at the end like below,
I'm having a local development environment on mac from which I git push to my remote repo. My production server is on linxu and there I pull my repo. Usually this works fine but this time I'm stuck with an error I can't find a workaround for :(
npm ci failing on linux because of
Steps to reproduce:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-25 at 13:38
This is a well-known problem, one of your package dependencies needs
fs-events when running on macOS.
When Node.js is running on Linux,this package is not needed, and since you are using
--ci flag, it fails to install
fs-events on Linux.
You can try removing
--ci flag or you can try adding
optionalDependencies in your package file.
react-sortable-hoc to reorder table rows with Save and Cancel buttons. However, I can't find any information or example about reverting back to original order when the Cancel button is clicked after re-ordered rows.
Can't find any info or example on the official documentation or anywhere else. It seems weird to me that there's no cancel function built in or am I missing something?
Edit: Example code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 06:20
If you want to undo order changes then you can maintain an undo stack. Each time an order change is complete, stash a copy of the previous
data state. When the undo button is clicked you pop from the undo stack back into the
I have a requirement where the sorting of the list depends on the state which can be toggled using a button. The user should be able to sort only when he is in the editing mode. So I need to disable the sorting of the list. Can anyone help me out on how to add the disabled key to the
react-sortable-hoc. I tired to search a working example on google but couldn't find any. Can anyone out there help me out on this one?.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-20 at 16:28
From reading the documentation, seems like
SortableElement supports a disabled flag, you could set the disabled flag to:
The functionality is working fine in safari, edge, and chrome, the problem is only with firefox.
I'm using react-sortable-hoc react library to sort the images in grid layout but in firefox the grid layout sorting works weird...
Please test the problem here: https://codepen.io/cristobalchao/pen/JqOpEZ
What's the problem: I'm trying to set
flex-wrap: wrap; and this is causing the problem of user interaction(when a user tries to sort the image (drag and drop), on click the image sticks with mouse and even if user releases the click the image is still stuck with the mouse. user need to click again to release the image)
what should happen: User should be able to drag and drop the image by simply click and hold the mouse, drag to another position and release the click. (this works in other browsers except for firefox)
Ref: https://clauderic.github.io/react-sortable-hoc/#/basic-configuration/grid?_k=5255hk the same is working here, if I do inspect and use wrap. just inspect element apply the below code to parent container to wrap the children in grid layout...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-16 at 13:40
actually, the problem was to assign
pointer-events: none to the parent container.
@typescript-eslint upgrade es-lint started lint errors like:
28:15 error 'token' is defined but never used @typescript-eslint/no-unused-vars
in source code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-10 at 12:49
Add these line to your
eslintrc.js file under
I'm currently trying to add react-sortable-hoc to a list component and I'm running into a number of bugs when I change the incoming list of items via props. For example: if I add an item to the array, and I check the incoming props for the list, the props in the sortable component are changing (I see the new item in the list component props), but I can't get the component to re-render. I've tried shouldComponentUpdate, getDerivedStateFromProps, using PureComponent instead of Component, forceUpdate, hookifying the whole thing and setting up a useEffect for any change in props, nothing is causing a rerender and I know that the new list is getting to the component.
Is anyone else having this same problem or has anyone found a way around it?
here's how I'm setting props/state, and how I know the props are changing:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-25 at 22:39
OOOPSIE DAISY! Don't copy your props into state, y'all. Don't be like me!
removing state management and turning this into a function fixed all the bugs I was encountering.
I am trying to implement both resizable and drag and drop columns in Ant Design's Table component.
I have got both working independently but cannot make them work without errors or bugs at the same time. I need to be able to drag on a column border and resize it horizontally and also be able to click on a the column header and drag and drop it.
I am looking for these functionalities to be similar to the features of this table: https://www.ag-grid.com/example.php
With the react-drag-listview the latest problem is that I must disable one feature when using the other, and in Firefox, this results in the error:
Uncaught TypeError: target.parentNode
I can't find any examples of both of these features being used together with the Ant D table but I'm sure it must be possible to make them work simultaneously.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-06 at 06:06
Start it with antd table resizable column codes from documentation then you can integrate the react-drag-listview library to make the columns draggable. With these, you can achieved a resizable columns at the same time can be sort by drag and drop. See below link for reference.
We are both using
react-dropzone and they work fine if on separate pages. However,
react-sortable-hoc do not work properly when
react-dropzone is used on the same page because I noticed that
react-dropzone also gets triggered by the drag event from the
react-sortable-hoc. (E.g. I can no longer drag an item in between other items.)
I tried adding
onSortStart event but
react-dropzone is still being triggered.
What other approach can we try to make them play nice together / not allow the other to be affected?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-25 at 07:18
If the problem is caused when dropping (not when starting the drag): react-dropzone takes over the whole window regarding file drops, to prevent the browser from navigating away from the current page to the dropped file if the user misses the drop zone (a common annoyance).
drop handlers are registered on the
I am using react-sortable-hoc to drag/drop and reorder items. When I do this though I want to update the database (node.js and mongodb).
Firstly, I have changed it to be a functional component which is why my syntax looks a bit different to the example....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-31 at 09:55
Simplest and safest way I think would just be to use "order" key in the objects held by the array. You could just keep the array in any order, instead using the "order" key to handle, well, the order.
You can always manipulate your array with the built-in
sort() method, or query this the "order" key in Mongoose.
Basically, don't use the array's order, but your own instead.
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