import tippy react

Importing Tippy React

If you're looking to add tooltip functionality to your React app, Tippy React is a great option. Here's how you can import it into your project:

Option 1: NPM

The easiest way to get Tippy React is through NPM. Simply run the following command:

npm install tippy.js-react

Then, in your React component, you can import Tippy React like this:

import Tippy from 'tippy.js-react';

From here, you can use the <Tippy> component to wrap any element you want to have a tooltip:

<Tippy content="Hello World!">
    <button>Hover me!</button>

Option 2: Script Tag

If you don't want to use NPM, you can also include Tippy React through a script tag. First, you'll need to include Tippy.js:

<script src="[email protected]/dist/tippy.min.js"></script>

Then, include the Tippy React UMD bundle:

<script src="[email protected]/dist/tippy-react.umd.min.js"></script>

Now you can use the Tippy component just like before:

<Tippy content="Hello World!">
    <button>Hover me!</button>

Option 3: ES6 Modules

If you're using ES6 modules but don't want to use NPM, you can import Tippy React directly:

import Tippy from '[email protected]/dist/tippy-react.esm.min.js';

Then use it the same way as before:

<Tippy content="Hello World!">
    <button>Hover me!</button>


There are a few ways to import Tippy React into your project, depending on your preferences and setup. Choose the method that works best for you, and enjoy the benefits of easy-to-use tooltips in your React app!

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