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react-flexbox-grid - A set of React components implementing flexboxgrid with the power of CSS Modules

  •    Javascript

react-flexbox-grid is a set of React components that implement flexboxgrid.css. It even has an optional support for CSS Modules with some extra configuration.react-flexbox-grid imports the styles from flexboxgrid, that's why we're configuring the loader for it.

css-blocks - High performance, maintainable stylesheets.

  •    TypeScript

CSS Blocks is an ergonomic, component-oriented CSS authoring system that compiles to high-performance stylesheets. By combining an opinionated authoring system, build-time analysis and rewriting of templates, and a new type of CSS optimizer, css-blocks breathes new power and ease of use into the technologies and best practices that stylesheet developers already know and love.

babel-plugin-react-css-modules - Transforms styleName to className using compile time CSS module resolution

  •    Javascript

Transforms styleName to className using compile time CSS module resolution. In contrast to react-css-modules, babel-plugin-react-css-modules has a lot smaller performance overhead (0-10% vs +50%; see Performance) and a lot smaller size footprint (less than 2kb vs 17kb react-css-modules + lodash dependency).

micron - a [μ] microInteraction library built with CSS Animations and controlled by JavaScript Power

  •    CSS

Micron.JS is a micro interaction library which can be used to add Interactions to different DOM Elements. Micron.JS animates an element using CSS power and the interactive behaviours are controlled by JavaScript. Micron.JS is easy to adapt and can bring interactions to life using html5 data attributes or a chain of JavaScript methods.

must-watch-css - A useful list of must-watch talks about CSS


This is a collection of well-received talks about CSS, covering topics such as CSS frameworks, Sass, SVG, animation, scalability, CSS performance, tooling, mobile tips, and more. Like JavaScript? Check out Must-Watch JavaScript! For other great lists check out @sindresorhus's curated list of awesome lists.

postcss-modules - PostCSS plugin to use CSS Modules everywhere

  •    Javascript

A PostCSS plugin to use CSS Modules everywhere. Not only at the client side. getJSON may also return a Promise.

react-toolbox - A set of React components implementing Google's Material Design specification with the power of CSS Modules

  •    Javascript

React Toolbox uses CSS Modules by default to import stylesheets written using PostCSS & postcss-preset-env features. In case you want to import the components already bundled with CSS, your module bundler should be able to require these PostCSS modules. Although we recommend webpack, you are free to use whatever module bundler you want as long as it can compile and require PostCSS files located in your node_modules. If you are experiencing require errors, make sure your configuration satisfies this requirement.

react-css-themr - Easy theming and composition for CSS Modules.

  •    Javascript

Easy theming and composition for CSS Modules. Note: Feedback and contributions on the docs are highly appreciated.

react-css-components - Define React presentational components with CSS

  •    Javascript

Define React presentational components with CSS (or even SASS or Less if you like). The implementation is based on CSS modules. In fact React CSS Components is just a thin API on top of CSS modules.

react-native-style-tachyons - Better styling for React Native

  •    Javascript

React Native Style Tachyons brings functional styling to react-native. It is inspired by Tachyons and uses it's scales and naming convention. More about the advantages of this approach. Of course you can use your old styles along tachyons' classes.

csjs - :sparkles: Modular, scoped CSS with ES6

  •    Javascript

CSJS allows you to write modular, scoped CSS with valid JavaScript. CSJS runs in ES6 environments without transpilation, compilation, or build steps (including Node 4+ and latest stable Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Edge).

babel-plugin-webpack-loaders - babel 6 plugin which allows to use webpack loaders

  •    Javascript

Since plugin was published, there were a lot of changes in testing software. Be sure in most(all) cases you DON'T need this plugin for testing. I highly recommend you to use jest for testing, and use moduleNameMapper (identity-obj-proxy, etc) to mock CSS-Modules and other webpack loaders. This Babel 6 plugin allows you to use webpack loaders in Babel. It's now easy to run universal apps on the server without additional build steps, to create libraries as usual with babel src --out-dir lib command, to run tests without mocking-prebuilding source code. It just replaces require - import statements with webpack loaders results. Take a look at this Babel build output diff to get the idea.

redux-webpack-es6-boilerplate - A starter project for modern React apps with Redux

  •    Javascript

Note: If you still want to use a previous version, please checkout old-original-structure branch. A boilerplate using the power and simplicity of React, Redux, Webpack 2 + HMR, and ES6 + JSX via Babel. Includes Webpack's Tree Shaking configuration. It's suitable for scalable applications and organized using the custom variation of the Ducks pattern — approach when each module's entry file (feature-name.js) contains all of its related constants, actions/action creators, selectors and its reducer.

augur-ui - Augur UI

  •    Javascript

Augur is a decentralized prediction market platform built on Ethereum. It runs locally in your browser and communicates directly with the ethereum network, without going through intermediate servers. After putting in your passphrase you will get your address. You can get your secret/private key and import into metamask and connect to augur UI. Location of keystore file depends on os. ie. ~/Library/Ethereum/rinkeby/keystore/<'UTC--timestamp--account hash'>. This file can be used to extract private key. Instructions are beyond the scope of this readme.

css-modules-require-hook - A require hook to compile CSS Modules in runtime

  •    Javascript

The require hook compiles CSS Modules in runtime. This is similar to Babel's babel/register. See the example: demo. A CSS Module is a CSS file in which all class names and animation names are scoped locally by default. Learn more in the article CSS Modules - Welcome to the Future by Glen Maddern.

css-modulesify - A browserify plugin to load CSS Modules

  •    Javascript

A browserify plugin to load CSS Modules. Please note that this is still highly experimental.

sheetify - :sparkles: Modular CSS bundler for browserify

  •    Javascript

Modular CSS bundler for browserify. Works with npm modules like browserify does. Sheetify is very good for namespacing static css assets in your javaScript code. Currently there is no support for dynamic variables within sheetify, however you could achieve this by setting the inline style property of an element.

decss - 🎨 Converts CSS modules into components 👩‍🎨

  •    Javascript

decss converts CSS modules into React/Preact components. Thanks to simple CSS class naming convention it generates enum and boolean props for the component automatically so you can keep your code clean and tidy. The runtime size is exactly 673 B.

typed-css-modules - Creates .d.ts files from css-modules .css files

  •    Javascript

Creates TypeScript definition files from CSS Modules .css files. Then, this creates *.css.d.ts files under the directory which has original .css file.