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Importing withResponsiveness() helper

See original GitHub issue

Hi Guys. Could you advise on the intended way to import the withResponsiveness helper?

Current Behaviour

In the docs it uses a relative import, which I assume is because you compile your docs examples (nice)

screen shot 2018-12-05 at 7 37 41 am

I’ve found the compiled version in britecharts-react/lib/esm/helpers and the below code works fine, but is quite long-winded:

import withResponsiveness from 'britecharts-react/lib/esm/helpers/withResponsiveness';

Expected Behaviour

I would like to import withResponsiveness() from the root, so:

import { Bar, withResponsiveness } from 'britecharts-react';

Possible Solution

Happy to submit a PR to fix this, just let me know 😃

Your Environment

  • Version used: 0.4.1 with TypeScript 3.1 and React 16.6

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Reactions:3
  • Comments:7 (1 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

Golodhroscommented, Dec 11, 2018

Hi @juanpaucar,

I just released 0.5.1 with this fix, it should be ready in NPM soon!

davegomezcommented, Dec 4, 2018

Since is an option we have for the charts and is a feature listed in the docs I think it should be included or at least well referenced in the docs, but first I think we should fix the issue #105 that is still happening in britecharts-react v0.5.0 as you can confirm in this test project.

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