React component styling solved with an elegant (inspired) API, small footprint, and great performance (via glamor).
glamorous alternatives and similar libraries
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9.5 8.4 L2 glamorous VS styled-componentsVisual primitives for the component age. Use the best bits of ES6 and CSS to style your apps without stress 💅
8.2 8.5 glamorous VS emotion👩🎤 CSS-in-JS library designed for high performance style composition
6.1 1.2 L5 glamorous VS AphroditeFramework-agnostic CSS-in-JS with support for server-side rendering, browser prefixing, and minimum CSS generation
3.4 4.5 L3 glamorous VS AtomizerA tool for creating Atomic CSS, a collection of single purpose styling units for maximum reuse.
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glamorous 💄 Maintainable CSS with React
Table of Contents
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- Related projects
- Using glamorous with react-sketchapp
- Usage with Stylus
- Other Solutions
- Got Questions?
- Swag 👕
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You will find instructions to install glamorous here.
You will find a getting started guide here.
jest-glamor-react: Jest utilities for Glamor and React
glamorous-native: React Native component styling solved 💄
glamorous-primitives: style primitive interfaces with glamorous 💄
babel-plugin-glamorous-displayname: Automatically adds a
displayNameto your glamorous components for a better debugging experience.
styled-system: Design system utilities for styled-components, glamorous, and other css-in-js libraries
glamorous-pseudo: Pseudo component to extend built-in GlamorousComponents
preact-glam: A tiny glamorous version for preact
glamorous-jsxstyle: jsxstyle components generated with glamorous
vscode-glamorous: A vscode extension for
glam-atom: Atom editor extension for
css-in-js: Atom editor extension making it easy to convert normal CSS format to CSS in JS format.
- Convert CSS-in-JS: VSCode extension making it easy to convert normal CSS format to CSS in JS format.
glamorous-redocx: style redocx components with glamorous 💄
stylelint-processor-glamorous: Lint glamorous and related css-in-js with stylelint.
Using glamorous with react-sketchapp
You can find documentation and related examples here.
Usage with Stylus
glamorous? See other/USERS.md and add yourself if you use
This package was inspired by the work from people's work on the following projects:
There are actually quite a few solutions to the general problem of styling in React. This isn't the place for a full-on comparison of features, but I'm unaware of any which supports all of the features which this library supports.
Check out the [FAQ](other/FAQ.md).
A community member created this awesome t-shirt, and they're now available on Amazon! For every shirt purchased, GSM Studio will donate \$1 to Girls Who Code to support the next generation of programmers. The shirts come in various colors and sizes. In addition you can check out other clever t-shirts by GSM Studio.
Thanks goes to these people (emoji key):
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