What is the point of the data attributes, beyond bloating the rendered markup, when they aren’t used as selectors in the unit tests? Since your component is named Weather and you already have classNames set, .find(‘Weather.location’) will be a specific selector for that div.
The more we've worked with React, the more valuable it's felt to be able to build components and pass them around. Chart.js is a great library, but even the most basic integration with a React project is going to involve wrapping the library in a component that ends up handing off to some lifecycle entirely outside of React.
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