tooltip - React Tooltip

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Tooltip requires a child node that accepts an onMouseEnter, onMouseLeave, onFocus, onClick event. This means the child node must be a built-in component like div or span, or a custom component that passes its props to its built-in component child. If you do it like this, a screenreader would read the content of your tooltip if you focus the input element.

http://github.com/react-component/tooltip
https://github.com/react-component/tooltip

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@babel/runtime : ^7.11.2
rc-trigger : ^5.0.0

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