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  • 45 NPM Packages to Solve 16 React Problems
    22 projects | | 14 Nov 2023
    styled-jsx -> A library with a lot of similar features like styled-components. Has some extra features here and there.
  • Creating a Gantt chart with React using Next.js
    4 projects | | 21 Sep 2022
    The CSS we'll use for the Gantt chart is included in the starter code. We've used Styled JSX, which comes with Next.js, to write scoped-styled components. There are some global styles in styles/globals.js. These global styles are added to our app in the Layout component in the components folder. The entire app is wrapped in this Layout component in the _app.js file, which is in the pages folder.
  • What's the current state of CSS (with React)
    3 projects | /r/Frontend | 23 Jul 2022
    Styled JSX is what we're using at work right now, since we're using Next.js and it comes with this out of the box. We're actually using both SCSS modules for static styles and Styled JSX for dynamic styles. It's been great so far.
  • Create own default plugin to NX workspace
    8 projects | | 27 May 2022
    // schema.json { "$schema": "", "cli": "nx", "$id": "ReactLibrary", "title": "", "type": "object", "properties": { "name": { "type": "string", "description": "Library name", "$default": { "$source": "argv", "index": 0 }, "x-prompt": "What name would you like to use for the library?", "pattern": "^[a-zA-Z].*$" }, "directory": { "type": "string", "description": "A directory where the lib is placed.", "alias": "dir" }, "domain": { "description": "Domain where this library belongs.", "type": "string", "default": "none", "alias": "dom", "x-prompt": { "message": "Which domain this library belongs?", "type": "list", "items": [ { "value": "web", "label": "Web" }, { "value": "common", "label": "Common" } ] } }, "scope": { "type": "string", "description": "A scope for the lib.", "alias": "sc" }, "type": { "description": "Library type", "type": "string", "alias": "t", "x-prompt": { "message": "Select library type?", "type": "list", "items": [ { "value": "data", "label": "Data" }, { "value": "model", "label": "Model" }, { "value": "util", "label": "Util" }, { "value": "feature", "label": "Feature" }, { "value": "ui", "label": "Ui" } ] } }, "style": { "description": "The file extension to be used for style files.", "type": "string", "default": "none", "alias": "s", "x-prompt": { "message": "Which stylesheet format would you like to use?", "type": "list", "items": [ { "value": "css", "label": "CSS" }, { "value": "scss", "label": "SASS(.scss) [ ]" }, { "value": "styl", "label": "Stylus(.styl) [ ]" }, { "value": "less", "label": "LESS [ ]" }, { "value": "styled-components", "label": "styled-components [ ]" }, { "value": "@emotion/styled", "label": "emotion [ ]" }, { "value": "styled-jsx", "label": "styled-jsx [ ]" }, { "value": "none", "label": "None" } ] } }, "linter": { "description": "The tool to use for running lint checks.", "type": "string", "enum": ["eslint", "tslint"], "default": "eslint" }, "unitTestRunner": { "type": "string", "enum": ["jest", "none"], "description": "Test runner to use for unit tests.", "default": "jest" }, "skipFormat": { "description": "Skip formatting files.", "type": "boolean", "default": false }, "skipTsConfig": { "type": "boolean", "default": false, "description": "Do not update `tsconfig.json` for development experience." }, "pascalCaseFiles": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Use pascal case component file name (e.g. `App.tsx`).", "alias": "P", "default": false }, "routing": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Generate library with routes." }, "appProject": { "type": "string", "description": "The application project to add the library route to.", "alias": "a" }, "publishable": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Create a publishable library." }, "buildable": { "type": "boolean", "default": false, "description": "Generate a buildable library." }, "importPath": { "type": "string", "description": "The library name used to import it, like `@myorg/my-awesome-lib`." }, "component": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Generate a default component.", "default": true }, "js": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Generate JavaScript files rather than TypeScript files.", "default": false }, "globalCss": { "type": "boolean", "description": "When `true`, the stylesheet is generated using global CSS instead of CSS modules (e.g. file is `*.css` rather than `*.module.css`).", "default": false }, "strict": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Whether to enable tsconfig strict mode or not.", "default": true }, "setParserOptionsProject": { "type": "boolean", "description": "Whether or not to configure the ESLint `parserOptions.project` option. We do not do this by default for lint performance reasons.", "default": false }, "standaloneConfig": { "description": "Split the project configuration into `/project.json` rather than including it inside `workspace.json`.", "type": "boolean" }, "compiler": { "type": "string", "enum": ["babel", "swc"], "default": "swc", "description": "Which compiler to use." } }, "required": ["name", "type", "scope", "domain"] }
  • The best styling options for Next.js
    3 projects | | 29 Mar 2022
    The previous three methods covered the best styling options if you prefer Utility CSS. But perhaps you are more of a CSS-in-JS kind of person. In which case, Styled-JSX might be up your alley.
  • Web Development | Which path to follow in Front-End studies?
    20 projects | | 17 Feb 2022
  • CSS modules in next.js
    3 projects | | 13 Nov 2021
    On I used styled jsx for styling my components. I preferred that to other css-in-js frameworks (like JSS) because of it actually using CSS syntax instead of JavaScript objects.
  • Using Nx Workspace generators to scaffold new blog posts
    7 projects | | 12 Oct 2021
    "style": { "description": "The file extension to be used for style files.", "type": "string", "alias": "s", "default": "css", "x-prompt": { "message": "Which stylesheet format would you like to use?", "type": "list", "items": [ { "value": "css", "label": "CSS" }, { "value": "scss", "label": "SASS(.scss) [ ]" }, { "value": "styl", "label": "Stylus(.styl) [ ]" }, { "value": "less", "label": "LESS [ ]" }, { "value": "styled-components", "label": "styled-components [ ]" }, { "value": "@emotion/styled", "label": "emotion [ ]" }, { "value": "styled-jsx", "label": "styled-jsx [ ]" } ] } }, ...
  • Which framework do you use at work
    2 projects | /r/css | 19 Sep 2021
    styled-jsx; it's vanilla CSS (in JS) with built-in scoping/CSS modules. Pretty happy with it, aside from the occasional specificity bug. Goes nicely with our React (Next.js) code base.
  • Trying to implement language injection for template literals: CSS inside of ` `
    2 projects | /r/Atom | 31 Mar 2021
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