Using styled-components and Props With Typescript React. Styling and building a sleek user interface or UI is a fundamental process in front-end development. One of the fast, high-performance and easy-to-use styling libraries is the styled-component. Typescript is a strictly typed language and just like Java, C++, C#, etc
It sometimes feels miserable to be a UI developer. I often come across articles or tweets with new features that will improve my daily workflow or solve a cumbersome, but consistent problem, and I'm excited. I just can't help it. I let my mind celebrate on the streets with all the different use cases I can imagine.
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I first used styled-components when I starting working on my first large application, and I really like how it works. It allows you to build reusable components that are easy to grow and adapt to new situations as you build different layouts.
Style guide helps us work fast while keeping the design consistent. Learn how to build your own style guide from scratch with React and styled-components.
Every project needs a style guide to ensure the design is consistent. Learn how to build your own style guide from scratch with React and styled-components!
Create your own style guide for your website, app, or any other project with React and styled-components! This tutorial will show all the steps to do it.
Have you ever wanted to build Trello-like drag & drop board? This tutorial will show you how to do it using React, TypeScript & styled-components.
To created component with built-in styles with a few lines of code, you can use the vue-styled-components to create them.
After learning the basics, I set about migrating my codebase to Styled Components. In doing so, I gradually uncovered some issues and inefficiencies.
When I was first introduced to Styled Components, I was a bit apprehensive of the benefits, having gotten used to inline CSS for so long. After all, React documentation (at the time), still used inline CSS for all their examples.
How do you structure an app with multiple themes? What if these themes are inside another theme? A recent project came with some big challenges. The client wanted a demo experience that would display a range of different websites within a branded ‘container’.
In this article, we implement the tokens to fit those interfaces. In Part 3, we will look at how to make the tokens more maintainable.
Styled Components in React is extremely useful for styling components. Take it to the next level with the atomic design pattern. As a front-end developer, we have many choices at our disposal as to how we want to style our components.
Bringing together the best of both worlds. Therefore we should take a closer look at styled-components and especially how it actually works.
This is a hot topic. The usual way was separating your CSS files and add your styles as needed. Then import them to the appropriate component. With React we scope the CSS to the specific component that we want to style.
An introductory comparison of popular CSS-in-JS libraries. CSS-in-JS: An Investigation. The libraries are all very similar and essentially up doing the same thing, but in different ways. Treat has the smallest bundle size with JSS the largest. Styled-components is the most popular with Treat the least. Using styled-components is the safest way to get started, but, Treat may be worth a gamble based on its scalability and bundle size.
Making the night dark on the web! I am pretty sure that a lot of people, including me, are huge fans of color theming. Although every single device that I own is set to the dark mode I love that feeling of being able to choose rather than being forced to use that bright white theme at the 3:48 AM day before the release.
Tips for Using TypeScript With Styled-Components - Improving the developer experience with a few small tweaks