React right tooltips

React pop over component that appears to the right of a button on user hover.


Examples

For this component to properly work, you will need to install popper.js into your project. Please run the following:
npm i -E [email protected]

import React from "react";
import Popper from "popper.js";

const Tooltip = ({ color }) => {
  const [tooltipShow, setTooltipShow] = React.useState(false);
  const btnRef = React.createRef();
  const tooltipRef = React.createRef();
  const openLeftTooltip = () => {
    new Popper(btnRef.current, tooltipRef.current, {
      placement: "right"
    });
    setTooltipShow(true);
  };
  const closeLeftTooltip = () => {
    setTooltipShow(false);
  };
  return (
    <>
      <div className="flex flex-wrap">
        <div className="w-full text-center">
          <button
            className={
              "bg-" +
              this.state.color +
              "-500 text-white active:bg-" +
              this.state.color +
              "-600 font-bold uppercase text-sm px-6 py-3 rounded shadow hover:shadow-lg outline-none focus:outline-none mr-1 mb-1"
            }
            type="button"
            style={{ transition: "all .15s ease" }}
            onMouseEnter={openLeftTooltip}
            onMouseLeave={closeLeftTooltip}
            ref={btnRef}
          >
            right {color}
          </button>
          <div
            className={
              (tooltipShow ? "" : "hidden ") +
              "bg-" +
              color +
              "-600 border-0 ml-3 block z-50 font-normal leading-normal text-sm max-w-xs text-left no-underline break-words rounded-lg"
            }
            ref={tooltipRef}
          >
            <div>
              <div
                className={
                  "bg-" +
                  color +
                  "-600 text-white opacity-75 font-semibold p-3 mb-0 border-b border-solid border-gray-200 uppercase rounded-t-lg"
                }
              >
                {color} tooltip title
              </div>
              <div className="text-white p-3">
                And here's some amazing content. It's very engaging. Right?
              </div>
            </div>
          </div>
        </div>
      </div>
    </>
  );
};

export default function TooltipRender() {
  return (
    <>
      return <Tooltip color="pink" />
    </>
  );
}