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    React Style Mods


    I found myself duplicate similar small pieces of styles, like add spacing or center element

    <Component style={{ marginTop: 10, marginRight: 10 }}>...</Component>
    <Component style={{ marginLeft: STYLE_GUIDE_CONST, marginRight: STYLE_GUIDE_CONST  }}>...</Component>
    <Component style={{ display: 'flex', alignItems: 'center', justifyContent: 'center'}}>...</Component>

    How can I solve these problems? I can add new props to my Component and describe how to compose styles

    const Component = (props) => {
        styles = {
            ...( ? {display: 'flex', alignItems: 'center',justifyContent: 'center'} : {}),
            // etc
        return ...

    But it's too "imperatively" and it's difficult to reuse such logic between differents UI components.

    Or I can create CSS classes and apply them, but you can't pass dynamic params into your classes. Finally I can extract repetitive styles pieces and create bunch of styles constructors, but I find uncomfortable to use such things So I decided to create general convenient solution

    How does it work?

    Create a map of modifiers and apply them to component via applyStyleMods HOC. Then use as a regular props like <Component mod1 mod2={<value>} ... /> when each prop name correspond to key in your map

    Modifiers can be just a style value or a function that returns style value. In first case prop in your component use as boolean flag, if it function value of prop passed as first arg into modifier function

    Ultimately all styles will be composed and passed as style prop to the component that you passed withStyleMods HOC

    All types will be inferring for Typescript


    Basic usage

    applyStyleMods, createStyleMods

    import React, { FC } from "react";
    import { createStyleMods, applyStyleMods } from "./index";
    const _Component: FC<{ style?: React.CSSProperties }> = ({ style, ...props }) => {
        return <div style={style} {...props} />;
    const mods = createStyleMods({
        center: { display: "flex", alignItems: "center", justifyContent: "center" },
        padding: (value: number = 44) => ({ padding: value }),
        margin: (value: number) => ({ margin: value }),
        // ...
    const Component = applyStyleMods(mods)(_Component);
    // cases
    <Component center padding />; // ->  { padding: 44, display: 'flex', alignItems: 'center', justifyContent: 'center' }
    <Component center padding={5} />; // ->  { padding: 5 , display: 'flex', alignItems: 'center', justifyContent: 'center' };
    <Component style={{ padding: 5 }} padding={25} />; // -> { padding: 25  }
    <Component padding={25} style={{ padding: 5 }} />; // ->  { padding: 5  }

    Infer props type

    import { ModsProps, createStyleMods } from 'react-style-mods';
    const mods = createStyleMods({
        padding: (value: number = 44) => ({ padding: value }),
        defaultMargin: {margin: 20}
    interface ComponentProps extends ModsProps<typeof mods> {
        myProps: number
        style?: React.CSSProperties


    MIT License


    npm i react-style-mods

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