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glamorous - πŸ’„ Maintainable CSS with React

  •    Javascript

With the release of glamorous-primitives, now you can use glamorous with react-sketchapp to manage design systems and use React components for designs.You can find documentation and related examples here.

polished - A lightweight toolset for writing styles in JavaScript ✨

  •    Javascript

When ✨ polished modules are imported properly, tree shaking in webpack and Rollup can be leveraged to reduce your bundle size. ✨ polished has first-class Flow support with zero configuration to assist you in finding type errors while using our modules.

preact-glam - A tiny glamorous version for preact

  •    Javascript

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SIZE: Because preact-glam depends on glamor, you should consider the full size you'll be adding to your application if you don't already have glamor.This project uses node and npm. Go check them out if you don't have them locally installed.




jest-glamor-react - Jest utilities for Glamor and React

  •    Javascript

And that's not super helpful from a styling perspective. Especially when there are changes to the class, you can see that it changed, but you have to look through the code to know what caused the class name to change.This is much more helpful because now you can see the CSS applied and over time it becomes even more helpful to see how that changes over time.

bs-glamor - BuckleScript bindings for glamor

  •    OCaml

The API is still experimental. Only the css function from glamor is exposed (with its result slightly incorrectly typed as a string); no other functions such as renderStatic are supported yet. In your bsconfig.json, include "bs-glamor" in the bs-dependencies.

restyles - πŸ‘©‍πŸš€ declarative glamor for react and preact

  •    Javascript

Write styles scoped to your component and use standard css selectors to target children. Due to its tiny size, restyles makes the perfect companion for glamorous. Function to render your children. Its only argument is a class name that you can apply to an element of your choice. Usually this is the outermost element(s) of your children.


Blazorous - Maintainable CSS with Blazor

  •    CSharp

View the detailed docs at https://chanan.github.io/Blazorous/.

diet-cola - A lightweight styled-components clone for creating React UI component primitives.

  •    Javascript

A lightweight styled-components clone for creating React UI component primitives. Built with stylis and glamor. Styled Components is an excellent API for creating UI component primitives in React, but in its current state, it has several features that might not be needed for most use cases. This library is also meant as a proof of concept of using existing libraries to create a small, custom css-in-js solution.

bs-glamor - BuckleScript bindings for glamor

  •    OCaml

The API is still experimental. Only a few functions from glamor such as css and global are exposed; other functions such as renderStatic are not supported yet. In your bsconfig.json, include "bs-glamor" in the bs-dependencies.

glamorous-jsxstyle - jsxstyle components generated with glamorous

  •    Javascript

This package exports the components from jsxstyle using glamorous. jsxstyle includes components corresponding to every potential value of the CSS display property.

babel-plugin-tailwind - Transform TailwindCSS classes to CSS-in-JS at build time

  •    Javascript

Transforms TailwindCSS classes to CSS-in-JS at build time. Note - Works with CSS-in-JS libraries that accept a style object such as Glamor, Glamorous, Emotion, CXS, etc...

boilerplate.react.spa.full-server - A boilerplate for creating a SPA in React, with a full server.

  •    Javascript

A boilerplate for creating a SPA in React, with a full server. When the server starts in dev mode you can debug server code by visiting chrome://inspect (if you're using Chrome as your browser). Then go to the Sources tab and find the file you want to debug.

responsive-styles - Use arrays as values to specify mobile-first responsive styles for CSS-in-JS projects

  •    Javascript

The main idea of this library is to provide a framework agnostic way to easily enable any property to become responsive. This is 100% inspired by the awesome work done by Brent Jackson on Rebass.