How to use the @rmwc/dialog.DialogContent function in @rmwc/dialog

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var translatedBtnBackText = this.props.translation && this.state.strings && this.state.selectedLanguage ? this.state.strings[this.state.selectedLanguage]['btnTextGoBack'] : 'Back';
      return _react2.default.createElement(
        _dialog.Dialog,
        {
          open: this.state.detailDialogOpen,
          onClose: function onClose(evt) {
            _this7.setState({ detailDialogOpen: false });
          }
        },
        _react2.default.createElement(
          _dialog.DialogTitle,
          null,
          this.renderDetailsTitle()
        ),
        _react2.default.createElement(
          _dialog.DialogContent,
          null,
          this.renderDetails()
        ),
        _react2.default.createElement(
          _dialog.DialogActions,
          { style: { display: 'flex', justifyContent: 'center' } },
          _react2.default.createElement(
            _dialog.DialogButton,
            { action: 'close' },
            translatedBtnBackText
          )
        )
      );
    }
  }, {

@rmwc/dialog

RMWC Dialog component

MIT
Latest version published 29 days ago

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