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Can't use props when passing { t } (from i18n-react) to stateless component

By : user2176665
Date : October 14 2020, 02:15 PM
around this issue So, if you read the second edit, you would know that if I remove i18n from the component completely, it all seems to work.
That's great, but I really wanted the i18n to stay, so I found a better way:
code :
import { withNamespaces } from 'react-i18next';

const ChangeHistoryCard = ({ t }, props) => (
  <CardOuterContainer recordEditHistory={props.recordEditHistory}>
    <h1>{t('История изменений')}</h1>
      props.recordEditHistory &&
      props.recordEditHistory.map(item =>
        <p>{t('Последнее изменение')}: <span>[22.11.2018]</span></p>
export default withNamespaces()(ChangeHistoryCard);
import { withNamespaces } from 'react-i18next';
import i18next from 'i18next';

const ChangeHistoryCard = (props) => (
  <CardOuterContainer recordEditHistory={props.recordEditHistory}>
    <h1>{i18next.t('История изменений')}</h1>
      props.recordEditHistory &&
      props.recordEditHistory.map(item =>
        <p>{i18next.t('Последнее изменение')}: <span>[22.11.2018]</span></p>

export default withNamespaces()(ChangeHistoryCard);

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React, Why the {} when passing props to stateless functional component?

By : rprajapati
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help My feeling is that the ({course}) syntax is extracting the property 'course' from the props object. Thereby making calls to 'course' properties inside the component more terse. If I passed props using the (props) syntax, in place of ({course}). I would then have to say 'props.course.authorId', for example. , You are correct. In ES6 syntax, the function signature
code :
const CourseListRow = ({course}) => { ... }
var CourseListRow = function(props) {
    var course = props.course;

Syntax for passing props to stateless component

By : M. Bayes
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps I haven't used MobX, but the convention for higher-order components (such as inject and observer) is to pass any props on to the wrapped components, so in this case, you should be able to access item like so:
code :
const CartItem = inject("cart")(observer (({cart, item}) => {
  return (

Line break the string when passing props to React's stateless component

By : kirankumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I have a stateless component that will in the future group two of the Option stateless components: , insted of being a string, your header value should look like:
code :
<span>Create new<br />Lamborghini</span>

passing all props with class and stateless component

By : elham estedlali
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , Yes, both ways of writing it are identical. Every key/value pair in this.props will end up in the rest variable.
Instead of writing const { ...rest } = this.props you can use this.props directly instead.
code :
const MyComponent1 = (props) => {
  return (
    <OtherComponent {...props} />

class MyComponent2 extends Component {
  render() {
    return <OtherComponent {...this.props} />

Populating stateless child component props from parent component state to display nested unordered list in React (with F

By : kjelan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help You do not explicitly use your ReferenceListItems inside the parent ReferenceBase component. So you'll just have to pass it down as a property throughout the component tree.
code :
  render() {
    const { referenceLists, referenceListItems, loading } = this.state;
    return (
        {loading && <div>Loading ...</div>}
        {referenceLists ? (
          <ReferenceLists referenceLists={referenceLists} referenceListItems={referenceListItems} />
          <div>There are no reference items ...</div>
const ReferenceLists = ({ referenceLists, referenceListItems }) => (
  <ul className="reference-lists">
    {referenceLists.map( referenceList => (
      <ReferenceList key={referenceList.uid} referenceList={referenceList} referenceListItems={referenceListItems} />
const ReferenceList = ({ referenceList, referenceListItems }) => (
  <li className="reference">
    <strong>{referenceList.userId}</strong> {referenceList.name}
    <ReferenceListItems referenceListItems={referenceListItems}/>
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