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react-component-resizable v2.0.1

React component to react on resize event using scroll trick

React Resizable Component


A React component to implement cross-browser event based resize detection, without interval polling!.



var Resizable = require('react-component-resizable');
<Resizable className="via transferPropsTo" onResize={this.onResize}>

npm install react-component-resizable --save

Prop types

static propTypes = {
  triggersClass: PropTypes.string,
  expandClass  : PropTypes.string,
  contractClass: PropTypes.string,
  embedCss     : PropTypes.bool,
  onResize     : PropTypes.func.isRequired

static defaultProps = {
  triggersClass: 'resize-triggers',
  expandClass: 'expand-trigger',
  contractClass: 'contract-trigger',
  embedCss: true

Default style

The component will automatically embed some required style. This can be turned off using the embedCss={false} prop.

.resize-triggers {
  visibility: hidden;

.resize-triggers, .resize-triggers > div, .contract-trigger:before {
  content: " ";
  display: block;
  position: absolute;
  top: 0;
  left: 0;
  height: 100%;
  width: 100%;
  overflow: hidden;

.resize-triggers > div {
  overflow: auto;

.contract-trigger:before {
  width: 200%;
  height: 200%;


Many thanks to Daniel - for this blog post and scecima and his project javascript-detect-element-resize!



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