ReactiPy python

Render react components to html using python

ReactiPy

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Compile react components server side using Python

from reactipy.component import ReactComponent
import os


class HelloWorldComponent(ReactComponent):
    path = os.path.join(
        os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)),
        'components/helloworld.js')

component = HelloWorldComponent()

component.render(props=['Hello', 'World'])

Documentation

Installation

pip install reactipy

ReactComponent

Define Component

Define a react component that includes a path pointing to the path of the React Component. JSX is not supported so make sure to compile your jsx templates to js.

from reactipy.component import ReactComponent


class HelloWorldComponent(ReactComponent):
    path = 'path/to/component.js'

*** You must specify a path when defining a React Component ***

Create Instance

Create an instance of the component and optionally specifiy a container which will output an id on the component and props_name which will be a global variable that has all the props specified in json


component = HelloWorldComponent(container='helloworld', props_name='HELLO_PROPS')

Arguments:

  • container: [optional] the id of the container.
  • props_name:[optional] the props variable name.

Render Component

Render a component to html on the initial request for faster page loads and to allow search engines to crawl your pages for SEO purposes.


component.render(info=['hello', 'world])

Arguments:

  • kwargs: [optional] the props

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