React Inner Image Zoom v2.0.0
Well. Apparently way back in July when I published react-inner-image-zoom v1.1.1, I announced it with a long intro about trying to get motivated during the lockdown and my hope that it would kick off a glorious new age of productivity.
That didn’t actually happen, but I’m sure it will now that we’re a year into lockdown and I actually finished v2.0.0 after putting it off for months.
So what do you need to know about the new version? It:
- Refactors the code using React hooks so you’ll need React v16.8.0 or above to upgrade.
- Renames the startsActive prop to zoomPreload.
- Adds hideCloseButton and hideHint props to hide those elements. If the close button is hidden, zoom out will be triggered by tap on mobile.
- Adds width, height, and hasSpacer props to make Lighthouse happy. The width and height will be added as attributes on the original image. If hasSpacer is true, those values will be used to get the original image’s aspect ratio and add a loading spacer to prevent cumulative layout shift.
If you find any bugs, be sure to submit an issue on Github.