How to use the terra-disclosure-manager.availableDisclosureSizes.TINY function in terra-disclosure-manager

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github cerner / terra-framework / packages / terra-slide-panel-manager / src / SlidePanelManager.jsx View on Github external
* @private
   * The container to wrap the disclosed content. This should be provided from the application level.
  withDisclosureContainer: PropTypes.func,

const defaultProps = {
  panelBehavior: 'overlay',

 * The SlidePanel component does not support the full range of DisclosureManager sizes in its API. The potential sizes are mapped to the
 * SlidePanel's supported sizes.
const disclosureSizeToPanelSize = {
  [availableDisclosureSizes.TINY]: 'small',
  [availableDisclosureSizes.SMALL]: 'small',
  [availableDisclosureSizes.MEDIUM]: 'large',
  [availableDisclosureSizes.LARGE]: 'large',
  [availableDisclosureSizes.HUGE]: 'large',

const disclosureDimensionsToPanelSize = (dimensions) => {
  if (dimensions.width > 480 || dimensions.height > 600) {
    return 'large';
  return 'small';

class SlidePanelManager extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {