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Find components inside Portals

See original GitHub issue

We at the Neos CMS render some components inside an iframe portal (with unstable_renderSubtreeIntoContainer).

Of course, current react selectors are not able to find it as it’s detached from the main rendering tree.

What would be the way to go to test such stuff? Custom helper to find the dom node inside an iframe and get react instance of it via __reactInternalSomething... property? Any chance to support such usecase in this package, as it might be a pretty common usecase to test portals (e.g. modals).

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:28 (17 by maintainers)

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kirovboriscommented, Aug 24, 2017

I’m working on fix this issue. If I understood it correctly, NodeTypeGroupPanel is a PureComponent. I need check out the ReactSelector for such cases.

kirovboriscommented, Aug 30, 2017

Check out your twitter DM please.

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