html-to-react-components - Converts HTML pages into React components

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Extract annotated portions of HTML into React components as separate modules. The structure of HTML is preserved by importing child components and replacing appropriate pieces of HTML with them. As a result you get an entire components tree ready to be rendered. This utility was designed to free React developers from a boring task of translating HTML into components.


babel-generator : ^6.3.26
babel-traverse : ^6.3.26
babel-types : ^6.3.24
babylon : ^6.3.26
chalk : 2.3.0
glob : ^7.1.2
jsdom-no-contextify : ^3.1.0
meow : 4.0.0
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
posthtml : 0.11.2
posthtml-parser : 0.4.0
posthtml-render : ^1.0.6
prettier : ^1.10.2
react : ^15.4.1
react-dom : ^15.4.1



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