Using ReactOnRails in JavaScript

You can easily render React components in your JavaScript with render method that returns a reference to the component (virtual DOM element).

 * ReactOnRails.render("HelloWorldApp", {name: "Stranger"}, 'app');
 * Does this:
 *   ReactDOM.render(React.createElement(HelloWorldApp, {name: "Stranger"}),
 *     document.getElementById('app'))
 * @param name Name of your registered component
 * @param props Props to pass to your component
 * @param domNodeId
 * @param hydrate [optional] Pass truthy to update server rendered html. Default is falsy
 * @returns {virtualDomElement} Reference to your component's backing instance
ReactOnRails.render(componentName, props, domNodeId)

Why do we need this?

Imagine that we have some event with jQuery, it allows us to set component state manually.

<input id="input" type="range" min="0" max="100" />
<div id="root"></div>

  var input = $("#input");
  var component = ReactOnRails.render("componentName", { value: input.val() }, "root");

  input.on("change", function(e) {
    component.setState({ value: input.val() });

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