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BarChart throws `NS_ERROR_FAILURE` as component rendering it unmounts.

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Issue description

When a component that renders the react package’s BarChart component unmounts, an NS_ERROR_FAILURE error is thrown in the browser’s console.

Here are the last two functions that I think were called:

Steps to produce the issue

  1. Mount a component that renders BarChart.
  2. Unmount that component.

Current behavior

BarChart throws an NS_ERROR_FAILURE error as it unmounts.

Expected behavior

BarChart doesn’t throw an error.

Screenshot or recording

Screen Shot 2019-04-09 at 3 41 18 PM

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

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theiliadcommented, Apr 9, 2019

Good catch @cal-smith. Something I can think of right off the bat is implementing a function for all wrappers to call upon unmounting components. We will remove at that point any listeners or observers binding to the charts

theiliadcommented, Jan 28, 2020

This seems to have been fixed by the rewrite. Feel free to re-open if the issue still persists

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