react-ichabod
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react-ichabod

headless react components

eject

building your own custom component when you've previously depended on a library is daunting because you need to first rebuild the component to the library's specification so it's compatible with your pre-existing app, and then you need to customize it, which was supposed to be the hard part. this is where eject comes in. eject will copy and paste the particular component into a dir of your choice. The following command will write this library's version of the component to your repo so you can begin in a place that you know works.

npx eject button src/components

you can also easily return to this libs components if you no longer want to customize. the goal is to make this lib easy to use/disuse/reuse on a per-component basis.

headless components are fundamentally incomplete

styles are important to the semantic meaning of a component. a lot of components can be expressed as

<div className={}>{children}</div>

This can be a sidebar, a popover panel, a card, a page, etc. the point is: style, form, and function all affect behavior. the point of the previous point is: style matters, and headless components have none, and so are incomplete. luckily, you can "complete me" with classnames.

if tailwindcss is your preference, i will be creating a theme-based generator. i will link to it when it exists.

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