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Posts with mentions or reviews of css-loader. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-12-29.
  • CSS: From Chaos to Order
    4 projects | dev.to | 29 Dec 2022
    @fbem/css-loader is very similar to css-loader (and actually a fork of it) and has almost the same set of options and functionality. You can even use it with different style preprocessors by simply chaining loaders together in webpack config. But be sure to pick up if you need them 😏.
  • React SSR loading CSS on express server problems.
    2 projects | /r/reactjs | 25 Jul 2022
    Css files need a css loader like https://github.com/webpack-contrib/css-loader. In fact I see you already have 2 css loaders in your normal webpack config. the server config needs those too. Your fronted build and server build will be very similar in that regard.
  • Vue devs, what can React do better than Vue 3?
    7 projects | /r/vuejs | 26 May 2022
    React comes by default with css module support via https://github.com/webpack-contrib/css-loader, which is stable and not deprecated. (Note that this entirely independent of react)
  • Use PrimeReact Themes with CSS Modules Enabled in React Application
    1 project | /r/codehunter | 15 May 2022
    I have enabled CSS modules within webpack.config in my React application so that I can locally scope CSS files to individual components. I'm also trying to use the TabView component from PrimeReact. When I do so the themes from PrimeReact are not applied. If I create a separate project and do not enable CSS modules the themes apply correctly.
  • Built-In CSS naming pattern
    1 project | /r/nextjs | 9 Jan 2022
    this is technically a feature of css-loader and not of nextjs, next just supports it ootb through their webpack config. iirc its this option you need to customize
  • [beginner help] Breaking change in config file
    1 project | /r/webpack | 14 Oct 2021
    const config = { mode: isProdBuild ? 'production' : 'development', devtool: isProdBuild ? 'source-map' : 'cheap-module-eval-source-map', entry: { app: `${SRC_DIR}/index.js`, }, optimization: { minimize: isProdBuild, sideEffects: true, }, context: SRC_DIR, stats: { colors: true, hash: true, timings: true, assets: true, chunks: false, chunkModules: false, modules: false, children: false, warnings: true, }, module: { rules: [ transpileJavaScriptRule(mode), loadWebWorkersRule, loadShadersRule, ], }, resolve: { // Which directories to search when resolving modules modules: [ // Modules specific to this package path.resolve(__dirname, '../node_modules'), // Hoisted Yarn Workspace Modules path.resolve(__dirname, '../../../node_modules'), SRC_DIR, ], // Attempt to resolve these extensions in order. extensions: ['.js', '.jsx', '.json', '*'], // symlinked resources are resolved to their real path, not their symlinked location symlinks: true, }, plugins: [ new webpack.DefinePlugin({ /* Application */ 'process.env.NODE_ENV': JSON.stringify(process.env.NODE_ENV), 'process.env.DEBUG': JSON.stringify(process.env.DEBUG), 'process.env.APP_CONFIG': JSON.stringify(process.env.APP_CONFIG || ''), 'process.env.PUBLIC_URL': JSON.stringify(process.env.PUBLIC_URL || ''), 'process.env.VERSION_NUMBER': JSON.stringify(PACKAGE.version || ''), 'process.env.BUILD_NUM': JSON.stringify(BUILD_NUM), /* i18n */ 'process.env.USE_LOCIZE': JSON.stringify(process.env.USE_LOCIZE || ''), 'process.env.LOCIZE_PROJECTID': JSON.stringify(process.env.LOCIZE_PROJECTID || ''), 'process.env.LOCIZE_API_KEY': JSON.stringify(process.env.LOCIZE_API_KEY || ''), /* XNAT dev */ 'process.env.XNAT_PROXY': JSON.stringify(process.env.XNAT_PROXY || ''), 'process.env.XNAT_DOMAIN': JSON.stringify(process.env.XNAT_DOMAIN || ''), 'process.env.XNAT_USERNAME': JSON.stringify(process.env.XNAT_USERNAME || ''), 'process.env.XNAT_PASSWORD': JSON.stringify(process.env.XNAT_PASSWORD || ''), }), ], // // Fix: https://github.com/webpack-contrib/css-loader/issues/447#issuecomment-285598881 // // For issue in cornerstone-wado-image-loader // node: { // fs: 'empty', // }, };
  • Why I left CSS-in-JS and returned to good old CSS preprocessors
    4 projects | dev.to | 28 May 2021
    One possible non-JSS solution is css-modules supported in css-loader. That requires some setup which may get convoluted if you need CSS preprocessors or SSR.
  • 18 Alternatives to Using Tailwind CSS: Do You Really Need It?
    14 projects | dev.to | 8 May 2021
    ✨ css loader πŸ’₯ jss 🌟 csjs β˜„οΈ aphrodite
  • Let Obfuscate it. (Optmisation technic)
    3 projects | dev.to | 19 Mar 2021
    Before we start, you should have a minimum knowledge of webpack, you should have css-loader. Along this article, I use nuxt for example, but you can use React or Angular.
  • Share variables between JavaScript and CSS
    4 projects | dev.to | 28 Feb 2021
    The above should work in Create React App out of the box. If you are rolling your own Webpack configuration (may God have mercy on your soul), you'll need to configure modules with a compileType of icss:
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