State-Driven Styling in JavaScript (by robinweser)

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  • Best practices for CSS and making things faster?
    2 projects | /r/react | 28 Aug 2022
    [Fela](https://fela.js.org/) and [Griffel](https://github.com/microsoft/griffel) are also not bad choice.
  • B2B White Label SaaS Reselling
    1 project | /r/startups | 26 Jul 2022
    Speaking of libraries and implementation. I implemented themes for white label (and not only) on UI via styles as a function of state on UI. I used https://fela.js.org/ for this. So basically, when a React app initializes, a part of the state is initialized (via identity of a user, like email they log in or meta info, or additional API call, or via URL) with a value telling if it's a partner X vs partner Y vs your own brand. Then the styles that have colours, backgrounds, borders, box-shadows, fonts are applied by fela. So I created a bunch of styled components like buttons, toggles, styled divs, etc and each of them has access to that piece of state holding the UI theme, and depending on that theme, it will apply CSS classes in the runtime. You can use the same mechanism to implement multiple themes for your own brand (not just light/dark modes). The only thing you need to manually code is a JSON spec for themes like:


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robinweser/fela is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of Fela is JavaScript.

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