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react-native-extended-stylesheet - Extended StyleSheets for React Native

  •    Javascript

Drop-in replacement of React Native StyleSheet with media-queries, variables, dynamic themes, relative units, percents, math operations, scaling and other styling stuff.Global variables are passed to EStyleSheet.build() and available in all stylesheets.

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.

react-native-render-html - iOS/Android pure javascript react-native component that renders your HTML into 100% native views

  •    Javascript

An iOS/Android pure javascript react-native component that renders your HTML into 100% native views. It's made to be extremely customizable and easy to use and aims at being able to render anything you throw at it. Based on the original work of Thomas Beverley, props to him.

react-native-css - Style React-Native components with css

  •    Javascript

React-native-css turns valid CSS into the Facebook subset of CSS. if you still want access to the the old implementation, please check v1 branch.

MarkupKit - Declarative UI for iOS and tvOS

  •    Objective-C

MarkupKit is an open-source framework for simplifying development of native iOS and tvOS applications. It allows developers to construct user interfaces declaratively using a human-readable, HTML-like markup language, and can in most cases be used as a drop-in replacement for XIB files or storyboards. In addition to support for all system-provided view types, MarkupKit includes a set of UIView subclasses that make working with auto layout much easier. It also supports custom (i.e. application-specific) view types.

termenv - Advanced ANSI style & color support for your terminal applications

  •    Go

termenv lets you safely use advanced styling options on the terminal. It gathers information about the terminal environment in terms of its ANSI & color support and offers you convenient methods to colorize and style your output, without you having to deal with all kinds of weird ANSI escape sequences and color conversions. Other available helper functions are: Faint, Italic, CrossOut, Underline, Overline, Reverse, and Blink.

styled-components-theme - Defines themes via flexible color selectors for use with styled-components

  •    Javascript

styled-components-theme generates selectors for colors in your styled-components theme that allows color manipulation, using the color library via calls on the selectors themselves. A selector, in this context, is defined as a function that looks like (props) => props.theme.myColor that the styled-components library accepts as a template variable.

AttributedTextView - Easiest way to create an attributed UITextView (with support for multiple links and from html)

  •    Swift

Easiest way to create an attributed UITextView (with support for multiple links and html). In interfacebuilder put an UITextView on the canvas and set the base class to AttributedTextView and create a referencing outlet to the a property in your viewController. In the samples below we have called this property textView1. Always assign to the attributer property when you want to set something.


  •    JQuery

A jQuery plugin for semantically kerning and styling text, written in CoffeeScript and JavaScript.

kuma - 🐻 Pastel markdown styling framework

  •    Javascript

Kuma is a simple, discrete, pastel markdown styling framework.Live preview is available here.

InterfaCSS - The CSS-inspired styling and layout framework for iOS

  •    Objective-C

InterfaCSS uses an easy to understand styling syntax that is based on the the familiar CSS styling language used on the web (augmented with some Sass/Less-like features, such as nested declarations and variables), which means that you (and your designer) will probably feel right at home. InterfaCSS supports a rich selector syntax (type, class and element id selectors, selector combinators, pseudo classes, etc) and property names are what you expect them to be - i.e. the same as in UIKit, and you can set things like fonts, colors, images, transform, insets, offsets, rects, enums and much, much more. InterfaCSS lets you define layouts based on values that depend on the position and size of other elements. Layouts are expressed directly in the stylesheet file, and the format is very easy to understand.

svg-inject - Replace an `<img>` element with an inline SVG.

  •    Javascript

Replace the <img> element with an SVG, calling callback(err, svg) when complete.MIT. See LICENSE.md for details.

dom-css-transform - transforms a DOM element by string, matrix or components

  •    Javascript

Applies a CSS transform to a DOM element's style, accepting a string, array matrix, or discrete components to be recomposed according to CSS3 transform spec. Also handles vendor prefixing.MIT, see LICENSE.md for details.

bash-coding-style - A Bash coding style


This is a set of Bash coding conventions and good pratices. The original Vietnamese version can be found here http://theslinux.org/doc/bash/coding_style/. It is not up-to-date, though.

Leaflet.geojsonCSS - Geojson CSS implementation for Leaflet

  •    Javascript

Geojson CSS implementation for Leaflet. Download latest release. Use minified or development version.

micro-css - A CSS preprocessor that provides a simplified object orientated approach to css

  •    Javascript

A CSS preprocessor that provides a simplified object orientated approach to css. The syntax is very similar to CSS but encourages better reuse of classes and discourages high specificity. I think there comes a time in any front-end web developer's life when CSS stops being "the most amazing powerful design language on earth" and changes to become the skeletons in our closet that we prefer not to think about too much. This was certainly my experience.

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