Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton 8.0.0

.NET 5.0 .NET Standard 2.0
dotnet add package Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton --version 8.0.0
NuGet\Install-Package Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton -Version 8.0.0
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<PackageReference Include="Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton" Version="8.0.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton --version 8.0.0
#r "nuget: Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton, 8.0.0"
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// Install Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton&version=8.0.0

// Install Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton&version=8.0.0

Blazor Tweet Button NuGet Package

Summary

A Tweet Button component for Blazor.

This component supports both server-side Blazor Server App and client-side Blazor WebAssembly App.

"Blazor Tweet Button" ver.8.x supports Blazor versions below.

  • v.3.2
    • including preview 2~5 and release candidates.
  • v.5.0
    • including previews and release candidates.

How to install and use?

1. Installation and Registration

Step.1-1 Install the library via NuGet package, like this.

> dotnet add package Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton

Step.1-2 Open namespace, like this.

// _Imports.razor
...
@using Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton

2. Usage in your Blazor component (.razor)

You can use TwitterShareButton component.

If you implement your component like this,

<TwitterShareButton 
  Text="@($"Current Count is {currentCount}")"
  Size="Large">
</TwitterShareButton>

Then you will get this.

fig.1

Appendix - bundled support JavaScript

TwitterShareButton component automatically inject a reference of the support JavaScript file which is bundled with this NuGet package into <head> element of the current document.

The support JavaScript file is deployed at the URL "_content/Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton/script.js".

If you want to disable this behavior, you can configure it in one of the following ways:

a. "DisableClientScriptAutoInjection" property of the "TwitterShareButton" component

You can disable automatic injection of a reference of the support JavaScript file by "DisableClientScriptAutoInjection" property of the "TwitterShareButton" component.

If you set to false the "DisableClientScriptAutoInjection" property of the "TwitterShareButton" component, the "TwitterShareButton" doesn't inject a reference of the support JavaScript file.

<TwitterShareButton Text="..."
  DisableClientScriptAutoInjection="false">
</TwitterShareButton>

b. Configure global options for "TwitterShareButton" at "Startup" class

You can also disable automatic injection of a reference of the support JavaScript file by configure global options for "TwitterShareButton" at "Startup" class, like this.

...
using Toolbelt.Blazor.Extensions.DependencyInjection; // <- Add this...

public class Startup
{
  public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
  {
    // ...and add flollow lines.
    services.AddTwitterShareButtonGlobalOptions(options =>
    {
       options.DisableClientScriptAutoInjection = false;
    });
   ...

Note

(a)

Disabling "automatic injection" by configure global options way is more high priority than the "DisableClientScriptAutoInjection" property of the "TwitterShareButton" component.

If you configure global options "DisableClientScriptAutoInjection" to be true, then "automatic injection" never work even if set the "DisableClientScriptAutoInjection" property of the "TwitterShareButton" component to false explicity.

(b)

If you disable "automatic injection", Adding a reference to the support JavaScript file is a responsibility of you.

For example, you can do it by editing "index.html" and add <script> tag statically like following:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
  ...
  <script src="_content/Toolbelt.Blazor.TwitterShareButton/script.js"></script>

Release Note

The release notes are here.

License

Mozilla Public License Version 2.0

Product Versions
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jsakamoto/Toolbelt.Blazor.HeadElement
Head element support (change the document title, "meta" elements such as OGP, and "link" elements) for Blazor apps.
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v.8.0.0
- Improve: load the helper JavaScript by Blazor JavaScript isolation feature (ES2015 module system) instead of using "eval".