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blaze-react-component Circle CI MIT License

Use Blaze templates inside of React

Copyright (c) 2016 by Gadi Cohen dragon@wastelands.net and released under the MIT license (see LICENSE.txt). Many thanks to all our contributors.


meteor add gadicc:blaze-react-component


import React from 'react';
import Blaze from 'meteor/gadicc:blaze-react-component';

const App = () => (
    <Blaze template="itemsList" items={items} />

If you want to use Blaze templates from your app (as opposed to a package), make sure you have the templating package installed (and not, i.e. the static-html package).

Your Blaze template will be rendered into a <span> tag. If needed, you can specify a className attribute, i.e.

<Blaze template="myTemplate" className="myClass" />

renders to:

<span class="myClass">myTemplate content</span>


Provided here for those that want it. Personally I think it's clearer to use the <Blaze /> component directly.

import React from 'react';
import Blaze from 'meteor/gadicc:blaze-react-component';

const atForm = (props) => <Blaze {...props} template="atForm" />;

export { atForm };        // import { atForm } from 'myPackage';

You can also use a default export if you prefer (and your package has none of it's own exports, and just a single template).

Optional and old Meteor support (no ecmascript)

Blaze package authors, read this.

You might want your package to provide optional React support. To be honest, I feel it's clearer to rather give instructions to use the <Blaze /> component, as that makes it very clear what's going on. However, if you plan to offer native React support in the future, this is a good way to protect your users from future changes:


api.use('gadicc:blaze-react-component@1.1.0', 'client', { weak: true });
api.addFiles('somefile.js', 'client');
api.export('YourReactComponent', 'client');


YourReactComponent = null;
if (Package['gadicc:blaze-react-component']) {
  var blazeToReact = Package['gadicc:blaze-react-component'].blazeToReact;
  YourReactComponent = blazeToReact('YourBlazeTemplate');

And then, optionally, but for good practice, tell your users to:

import { YourReactComponent } from 'meteor/yourname:yourpackage';

// And use it as expected, with attributes just like in Blaze
const App = () => {
    <YourReactComponent textArg="foo" blazeArg=bar />