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OptimizelyProvider

This topci describes how to wrap your React application at the root with OptimizelyProvider to give your entire React application access to Optimizely's APIs.

Version

SDK v2.2.0

Description

The OptimizelyProvider leverages React’s Context API to allow access to the ReactSDKClient to components like OptimizelyFeature and OptimizelyExperiment.

Props

The table below lists the required and optional props for the OptimizelyFeature Component in React.

Parameter

Type

Description

optimizely

ReactSDKClient

Optimizely instance created from calling createInstance

user

object: { id: string; attributes?: { [key: string]: any } } | Promise User info

The user id and user attributes to be passed to the SDK for every feature flag, A/B test, or track call, or a Promise for the same kind of object.

timeout
optional

number

The amount of time for OptimizelyExperiment and OptimizelyFeature components to render null while waiting for the SDK instance to become ready, before resolving.

isServerSide
optional

boolean

must pass true here for server side rendering

Examples

If the root component of your application was , wrap your App with the OptimizelyProvider component. Pass the result of calling createInstance to the optimizely prop and set the user object with id and attributes identifying the user:

import React from 'react';
import {
  createInstance,
  OptimizelyProvider,
} from '@optimizely/react-sdk'

const optimizely = createInstance({
  sdkKey: '<Your_SDK_Key>',
})

class AppWrapper extends React.Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <OptimizelyProvider
        optimizely={optimizely}
        user={
          {
            id: 'user123',
            attributes: {
              'device': 'iPhone',
              'lifetime': 24738388,
              'is_logged_in': True,
            }
          }
        }>
        <App />
      </OptimizelyProvider>
    )
  }

Source files

The language/platform source files containing the implementation for React is index.ts.


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