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React图像 :warning_selector: 警告! 不要在新项目中使用它。 该软件包很长时间没有得到适当的维护,并且有很多更好的选择。 相反,请尝试... 一个易于移动的,高度可定制的轮播组件,用于在ReactJS中显示媒体。 浏览器支持 应该在所有主流浏览器中都可以使用...甚至是IE10和IE11吗? 入门 首先安装react-images npm install react-images 要么 yarn add react-images 如果您使用的是0.x版本:库已针对1.x版本进行了重大重写,其中包含一些重大更改。 升级的最佳方法是阅读文档并遵循示例。 请注意,默认页脚会自动解析HTML(例
# React Images ### ⚠️ Warning! **Don't use this in a new project.** This package hasn't been properly maintained in a long time and there are much better options available. **Instead, try...** - [React Responsive Carousel]( --- A mobile-friendly, highly customizable, carousel component for displaying media in ReactJS. ### Browser support Should work in every major browser... maybe even IE10 and IE11? ### Getting Started Start by installing `react-images` ```bash npm install react-images ``` or ```bash yarn add react-images ``` **If you were using `0.x` versions:** library was significantly rewritten for `1.x` version and contains several breaking changes. The best way to upgrade is to read the docs and follow the examples. Please note that the default footer parses HTML automatically (such as `<b>I'm bold!</b>`) but it **does not implement any form of XSS or sanitisation**. You should do that yourself before passing it into the caption field of react-images. ### Using the Carousel Import the carousel from `react-images` at the top of a component and then use it in the render function. ```jsx import React from 'react'; import Carousel from 'react-images'; const images = [{ source: 'path/to/image-1.jpg' }, { source: 'path/to/image-2.jpg' }]; class Component extends React.Component { render() { return <Carousel views={images} />; } } ``` ### Using the Modal Import the modal and optionally the modal gateway from `react-images` at the top of a component and then use it in the render function. The `ModalGateway` will insert the modal just before the end of your `<body />` tag. ```jsx import React from 'react'; import Carousel, { Modal, ModalGateway } from 'react-images'; const images = [{ source: 'path/to/image-1.jpg' }, { source: 'path/to/image-2.jpg' }]; class Component extends React.Component { state = { modalIsOpen: false }; toggleModal = () => { this.setState(state => ({ modalIsOpen: !state.modalIsOpen })); }; render() { const { modalIsOpen } = this.state; return ( <ModalGateway> {modalIsOpen ? ( <Modal onClose={this.toggleModal}> <Carousel views={images} /> </Modal> ) : null} </ModalGateway> ); } } ``` ### Advanced Image Lists The simplest way to define a list of images for the carousel looks like: ```jsx const images = [{ source: 'path/to/image-1.jpg' }, { source: 'path/to/image-2.jpg' }]; ``` However, react-images supports several other properties on each image object than just `source`. For example: ```jsx const image = { caption: "An image caption as a string, React Node, or a rendered HTML string", alt: "A plain string to serve as the image's alt tag", source: { download: "A URL to serve a perfect quality image download from", fullscreen: "A URL to load a very high quality image from", regular: "A URL to load a high quality image from", thumbnail: "A URL to load a low quality image from" }; } ``` All these fields are optional except `source`. Additionally, if using an object of URLs (rather than a plain string URL) as your `source`, you must specify the `regular` quality URL.