Last updated 21 days ago

Was introduced in v8.0.0. Not available in older versions.

withI18n is a basic higher order component which passes mainly the t function down to the wrapped component.

import React, { Component } from "react";
import { withI18n } from "react-i18next";
class MyComponent extends Component {
render() {
const { t } = this.props;
return <h2>{t('Welcome to React')}</h2>;
export default withI18n()(MyComponent);

This component won't trigger a rerender on language change. The passed down t function will be the same as calling i18n.t directly and not be bound to a specific namespace or even trigger a load of a namespace.

If you do not pass in translations on i18n.init we highly encourage using the withNamespaces hoc.