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common react refactorings... removing duplication with `map`
export default () => {
const [active, setActive] = useState('agent');
return (
<div fluid className="filter-selector">
<ButtonGroup>
<Button color={active === 'agent' ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive('agent')}>Agent</Button>
<Button color={active === 'offender' ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive('offender')}>Offender</Button>
<Button color={active === 'location' ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive('location')}>Location</Button>
<Button color={active === 'date' ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive('date')}>Date</Button>
<Button color={active === 'behavior' ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive('behavior')}>Behavior</Button>
<Button color={active === 'other' ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive('other')}>Other</Button>
</ButtonGroup>
</div>
)
}
export default () => {
const [active, setActive] = useState('Agent');
const buttons = ['Agent', 'Offender', 'Location', 'Behavior', 'Date', 'Other'];
return (
<div fluid className="filter-selector">
<ButtonGroup>
{buttons.map((name, index) => {
return <Button key={index} color={active === name ? 'warning' : 'secondary'} onClick={() => setActive(name)}>{name}</Button>
})}
</ButtonGroup>
</div>
)
}
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