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cannot use ReactSelector and withAttribute()

See original GitHub issue

Trying to call

ReactSelector("AutoComplete").withAttribute("name", "city")

does not work, get error The specified selector does not match any element in the DOM tree.

Selector("input").withAttribute("name", "city")

work fine

am I missing something?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:8 (4 by maintainers)

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dimaipcommented, Aug 10, 2017

Just came here to open the same feature request: would be really nice to have that withProps selector. Usecase: we have a set of presentational components that is used all over the page for different things (e.g. think of a Bootstrap-styled Button component). Now I would love to find some particular button based on its props, but currently that’s not possible.

mulyovedcommented, Apr 28, 2017

@AlexanderMoskovkin you are right, adding input made it work

I was confused by the AutoComplete react props name=“city” which is forwarded to the input as attribute name=“city”

which raise I think nice feature request, be able to do something like that will be cool

ReactSelector("AutoComplete").withProps("name", "city")

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