kandi X-RAY | react-id-swiper Summary
kandi X-RAY | react-id-swiper Summary
A library to use idangerous Swiper as a ReactJs component which allows Swiper's modules custom build
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So I want to use a Swiper library for react. I have multiple movie elements, and I want to swipe through them. I import it like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 15:24
I am using React-id-swiper to load images for products. Let's say I have 5 products.
I am trying to use a function to detect when every image is successfully loaded, then when they are, set the useState 'loading' to false, which will then display the images.
I am using a variable 'counter' to count how many images there are to load. Once 'counter' is more than or equal to the amount in the list (5), set 'loading' to FALSE and load the images.
However, I am noticing that when I console log 'counter' when running it from useEffect, it ends at '0' and renders 5 times. 'Loading' also remains true.
However, if I trigger a re-render, I see 1,2,3,4,5 in the console. 'Loading' then turns to false.
I suspect this is to do with useEffect being too fast, but I can't seem to figure it out. Can somebody help?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 17:59
First weird thing is that you are calling the
handleLoading() function before its even defined. This is probably not a problem but a weird practice.
You are also creating a new variable counter when you pass it in as an argument. You aren't actually reseting the counter that you want.
onload is unnecessary and can cause weird behavior here since its not a synchronous operation but event based. As long as you set the
img.src it should force it to load.
Now I'm working for my react project. Also I'm a newbie to react-id-swiper. So I needed to make a carousel for my web site.
(Like this:- https://codesandbox.io/s/reie4?file=/index.html:0-2857, https://react-id-swiper.ashernguyen.site/example/three-d-coverflow-effect) So I used react-id-swiper npm package for that. But when I implement it I got a slider like this.
So my code is,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-03 at 00:22
So I downgraded my swiper package to
"swiper": "6.6.0" and also removed
react-id-swiperpackage. And then I followed the API of the swiperJS and implemented some codeffrom that to my project.
And addition to that I added css code also to this. Just this code.
I'm trying to integrate the 3d cover flow for the project, but the coverflow not working as expected, I included image and code. Thanks in Advance for the help!
I have tried using the lastest package, i found that is not working, so i tried these old version, that also not working, the version which i used is "react-id-swiper": "2.3.2", "swiper": "^6.1.2".
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-13 at 03:02
How is it going brother. I also had the same problem and I realized one of the reason is that the latest of version of the
swiper package is missing some css (you need the
swiper package if you want to use
react-id-swiper it is okay to install the latest version, but downgraded the
swiper package to 5.3.8 did the trick.
Let me know if this solves the issue.
I run project "react-app-rewired start" development mode. The project compiles without errors.
Next I edit any file in
/src/* the project is recompiled, but does not respond to
/src/view/* NO compilation!
Although if I kill and restart the demon "react-app-rewired start" the project will compile completely. Why is this happening?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-18 at 11:42
The problem is fixed! once again run "npm install" funny
No vulnerabilities reported
You can also use Swiper’s original params too. Swiper API documentation [HERE](http://idangero.us/swiper/api/)
Find more info about Swiper custom build [HERE](https://idangero.us/swiper/api/#custom-build)
[⇐ 3.x documentation](docs/3.x-document.md)
From version 2.0.0, it requires React & ReactDOM ver >=16.8.0 to use [Hooks](https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-intro.html). From version 2.4.0, it requires Swiper ver >= 5.0.0.
From version 2.0.0, it requires React & ReactDOM ver >=16.8.0 to use [Hooks](https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-intro.html)
From version 2.4.0, it requires Swiper ver >= 5.0.0
You can find the [WORKING DEMO REPO HERE](https://github.com/kidjp85/react-id-swiper-custom-build).
If you use Webpack & Babel you need to setup Babel loader config in webpack.config.js like below:
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