react-new-window - 🔲 Pop new windows in React, using `window.open`.

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Pop new windows in React, using window.open. Inspired by David Gilbertson's article (must read, must follow).

https://rmariuzzo.github.io/react-new-window/
https://github.com/rmariuzzo/react-new-window

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prop-types : ^15.6.1

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