One of the more “abstract” but important and powerful systems within G2 Components is it’s “Context” system. Given the name, those familiar with libraries like React may immediately think of
React.Context. It’s kinda close, but it’s much much more than that.
The goal of G2’s Context system is to provide “awareness” to the components. Components that are “connected” to this system can become “aware” of each other, and can modify their behaviours depending on how they’re composed together. A simple example would be how a
MenuItem may automatically render a right chevron icon when it is used within a link, because it knows that it should render as link.