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react-with-styles - Use CSS-in-JavaScript with themes for React without being tightly coupled to one implementation

  •    Javascript

Use CSS-in-JavaScript for your React components without being tightly coupled to one implementation (e.g. Aphrodite, Radium, or React Native). Easily access shared theme information (e.g. colors, fonts) when defining your styles.Create a module that exports an object with shared theme information like colors.

email-templates - :mailbox: Create, preview, and send custom email templates for Node

  •    Javascript

Create, preview, and send custom email templates for Node.js. Highly configurable and supports automatic inline CSS, stylesheets, embedded images and fonts, and much more! Made for sending beautiful emails with Lad.NEW: v3.x is released (you'll need Node v6.4.0+); see breaking changes below. 2.x branch docs available if necessary.

inliner - Node utility to inline images, CSS and JavaScript for a web page - useful for mobile sites

  •    Javascript

Turns your web page to a single HTML file with everything inlined - perfect for appcache manifests on mobile devices that you want to reduce those http requests.Once you've inlined the crap out of the page, you can optionally configure a service worker to add advanced caching and offline functionality.

glamor - inline css for react et al

  •    Javascript

This expands on ideas from @vjeux's 2014 css-in-js talk. We introduce an api to annotate arbitrary dom nodes with style definitions ("rules") for, um, the greater good. as a compromise, we enable the former 'speedy' mode NODE_ENV=production, and disable it otherwise. You can manually toggle this with the speedy() function.




vivid - a JavaScript library which is built to easily customize and use the SVG Icons with a blaze.

  •    Javascript

Vivid.JS is an SVG Icons library which can be used to add highly customizable vibrant icons to the DOM without any dev dependencies. Vivid.JS is easy to adapt and can bring SVG icons to life using html5 data attributes on the go. Icons can also be individually customized in terms of colors and size using html5 data attributes which gives more power to Vivid.JS library.

svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — A low-level Node

  •    Javascript

It comes with a set of Mustache templates for creating stylesheets in good ol' CSS or one of the major pre-processor formats (Sass, Less and Stylus). Tweaking the templates or even adding your own custom output format is really easy, just as switching on the generation of an HTML example document along with your sprite. For an up-to-date list of browsers supporting SVG in general respectively SVG fragment identifiers in particular (required for <defs> and <symbol> sprites as well as SVG stacks) please refer to caniuse.com.


Email Templates - Create, preview, and send custom email templates for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Create, preview, and send custom email templates for Node.js. Highly configurable and supports automatic inline CSS, stylesheets, embedded images and fonts, and much more! Made for sending beautiful emails with Lad. If you don't need this module to send your email, you can still use it to render HTML and/or text templates.

webpack-isomorphic-tools - Server-side rendering for your Webpack-built applications (e.g. React)

  •    Javascript

THIS PACKAGE IS DEPRECATED. LOOK ELSEWHERE. webpack-isomorphic-tools is a small helper module providing very basic support for isomorphic (universal) rendering when using Webpack. It was created a long time ago when Webpack was v1 and the whole movement was just starting. Therefore webpack-isomorphic-tools is a hacky solution. It allowed many projects to set up basic isomorphic (universal) rendering in the early days but is now considered deprecated and new projects shouldn't use it. This library can still be found in legacy projects. For new projects use either universal-webpack or all-in-one frameworks like Next.js.

ContentTools - A beautiful & small content editor

  •    Javascript

A JS library for building WYSIWYG editors for HTML content. It is one of a collection of libraries designed for building tools that make it easier to edit HTML content. It is framework agnostic, The library doesn't use any JavaScript frameworks (no JQuery) but plays nicely with any of them.

react-inlinesvg - An SVG loader component for ReactJS

  •    Javascript

But there's an alternative that sidesteps these issues: load the SVG with an XHR request and then embed it in the document. That's what this component does. The SVG <use> element can be used to achieve something similar to this component. See this article for more information and this table for browser support and caveats.

free-style - Make CSS easier and more maintainable by using JavaScript

  •    TypeScript

Free-Style is designed to make CSS easier and more maintainable by using JavaScript. There's a great presentation by Christopher Chedeau you should check out.

svgxuse - A simple polyfill that fetches external SVGs referenced in use elements when the browser itself fails to do so

  •    Javascript

A simple polyfill that fetches external SVGs referenced in <use> elements when the browser itself fails to do so. IE (9, 10, 11) fails to load symbol-defs.svg in the example above. svgxuse goes through every <use> element. If the element is referencing an external SVG and the browser has failed to load it, the script sends a GET request to grab and prepend the SVG to <body>.

gulp-svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — Gulp plugin wrapping around svg-sprite that reads in a bunch of SVG files, optimizes them and creates SVG sprites and CSS resources in various flavours

  •    Javascript

This document covers only gulp specific installation and configuration aspects. For a full list of features and options, please see the svg-sprite manual. NOTICE: By default, svg-sprite doesn't send any files downstream unless you configure it. There are tons of options available — please see below for some basic examples. Also, you should possibly take care of errors that might occur.

rustify - Rust WebAssembly transform for Browserify

  •    Javascript

Rust WebAssembly transform for Browserify. Because this is an unstable rust feature, at the time of writing it relies on wasm-gc to be available from the command line. See Installation for instructions on how to install. Probably also doesn't work on Windows. Because this feature is experimental in Rust, this module should be considered similarly.

postcss-js - PostCSS for React Inline Styles, Free Style and other CSS-in-JS

  •    Javascript

PostCSS for React Inline Styles, Radium, JSS and other CSS-in-JS.For example, to use Stylelint, RTLCSS or postcss-write-svg plugins in your workflow.

react-inline - Transform inline styles defined in JavaScript modules into static CSS code and class names so they become available to, e

  •    Javascript

Note: Thanks to the new possibilities of Babel v6+, there's also my babel-plugin-css-in-js project, which works exactly the same but doesn't require a separate CLI/API. If you're using Babel for code transpilation, just put babel-plugin-css-in-js in your build pipeline. Transform inline styles defined in JavaScript modules into static CSS code and class names so they become available to, e.g. the className prop of React elements.

gulp-inline-css - Inline linked css in an html file. Useful for emails.

  •    Javascript

Inline your CSS properties into the style attribute in an html file. Useful for emails. Inspired by the grunt plugin grunt-inline-css. Uses the inline-css module.






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