Turn Off the Lights With Angular-Dark-Mode

Turn Off the Lights With Angular-Dark-Mode

Using React and Gatsby, I have a ton of options to choose from, but I stumbled upon a minimal yet powerful library called use-dark-mode. Ten minutes later, I already had dark mode integrated into my portfolio!

Recently, I launched my minimal portfolio. As minimal as it is, I wanted to add dark and light modes since it’s something I’ve never done.

Using React and Gatsby, I have a ton of options to choose from, but I stumbled upon a minimal yet powerful library called use-dark-mode. Ten minutes later, I already had dark mode integrated into my portfolio!

Personal website switching to dark mode.

As an Angular developer, I thought it would be nice to have such a library in our ecosystem as well, so I created angular-dark-mode!

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