react-placeholder-shim - Form placeholder for input and textarea in ie8 and 9.

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Form placeholder for input and textarea in ie8 and 9. The module exposes the placeholderShim object globally if it doesn't detect cjs (npm). Otherwise, it exports the object.

https://github.com/chenglou/react-placeholder-shim

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react : ^0.10.0

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