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  • A Unified Styling Language – SEEK blog –
    • In the past few years we’ve seen the rise of CSS-in-JS, emerging primarily from within the React community—but why?
    • css, CSS Modules, styles, CSS community, critical CSS
  • i18next/i18next
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • popular internationalization framework, good old jquery, proper translation capabilities, booming ecosystem,
  • AndrewUsher/lorem-ipsum-generator
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • GitHub extension, Google Chrome, latest Safari, Visual Studio, Reload
  • To counter this, the CSS community has invested heavily in trying to address these issues, making our styles more maintainable with methodologies like OOCSS by Nicole Sullivan and SMACSS by Jonathan Snookbut the clear winner right now in terms of popularity seems to be BEM, or Block Element Modifier, from…
  • When using glamor by Sunil Pai, it looks something like this: – import { css } from ‘glamor’const title = css({ – fontSize: ‘1.8em’, – fontFamily: ‘Comic Sans MS’, – color: ‘blue’ – })console.log(title)// ‘css-1pyvz’What youll notice here is that the CSS class is nowhere to be found in our…
  • import injectSheet from ‘react-jss’const Button = ({ classes, children }) = ( – button className={classes.button} – span className={classes.label} – {children} – /span – /button – )export default injectSheet(styles)(Button)By focusing our styles around components, integrating them more closely at the code level, were effectively taking BEM to its logical conclusion.
  • import styled from ‘styled-components’ – – const Title = styled.h1` – font-family: Comic Sans MS; – color: blue; – `When applying these styles, we dont attach a class to an existing element.
  • import glamorous from ‘glamorous’ – – const Title = glamorous.h1({ – fontFamily: ‘Comic Sans MS’, – color: ‘blue’ – })Whichever syntax you use to describe your styles, theyre no longer just scoped to componentstheyre inseparable from them.

Tags: css, CSS Modules, styles, CSS community, critical CSS

  • i18next is a very popular internationalization framework for browser or any other javascript environment (eg.
  • Independent of the building blocks you choose, be it react, angular or even good old jquery proper translation capabilities are just one step away.
  • Having done a big rewrite of i18next in spring we are proud to announce the next big step to get your webproject translated with less effort.
  • We just released locize a translation management system built around the i18next ecosystem.
  • With using locize you directly support the future of i18next.

Tags: popular internationalization framework, good old jquery, proper translation capabilities, booming ecosystem,

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  • If nothing happens, download Xcode and try again.
  • If nothing happens, download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio and try again.

Tags: GitHub extension, Google Chrome, latest Safari, Visual Studio, Reload

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