react-typestyle
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React integration of TypeStyle

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React-TypeStyle provides a higher-order component to easily use TypeStyle to style your React components. It automatically handles dynamic style updates, caching and deduping across all components.

Install

using yarn

yarn add react-typestyle

or npm

npm install --save react-typestyle

Usage

Just add a static styles field to your React component and wrap it in the withStyles higher-order component. You can now access generated class names via props.classNames.

Example

TypeScript

import withStyles, { InjectedProps, InputSheet } from 'react-typestyle';
 
interface Props {
  name: string;
  pos: { x: number, y: number };
  theme: { color: string };
}
 
class Component extends React.PureComponent<Props & InjectedProps> {
  public static styles: InputSheet<Props> = {
    button: {
      background: 'transparent',
      border: 'none',
    },
    root: (props) => ({
      color: props.theme.color,
      position: 'absolute',
      transform: `translate(${props.pos.x}px,${props.pos.y}px)`,
    }),
  };
 
  public render() {
    const { classNames, name } = this.props;
    return (
      <div className={classNames.root}>
        <button className={classNames.button}>{name}</button>
      </div>
    );
  }
}
 
export default withStyles()<Props>(Component);

JavaScript

import withStyles from 'react-typestyle';
 
class Component extends React.PureComponent {
  static styles = {
    button: {
      background: 'transparent',
      border: 'none',
    },
    root: (props) => ({
      color: props.theme.color,
      position: 'absolute',
      transform: `translate(${props.pos.x}px,${props.pos.y}px)`,
    }),
  };
 
  render() {
    const { classNames, name } = this.props;
    return (
      <div className={classNames.root}>
        <button className={classNames.button}>{name}</button>
      </div>
    );
  }
}
 
export default withStyles()(Component);

Stateless Components

TypeScript

import withStyles, { InjectedProps, StyledStatelessComponent } from 'react-typestyle';
 
interface Props {
  name: string;
  pos: { x: number, y: number };
  theme: { color: string };
}
 
const Component: StyledStatelessComponent<Props> = ({ classNames, name }) => (
  <div className={classNames.root}>
    <button className={classNames.button}>{name}</button>
  </div>
);
 
Component.styles = {
  button: {
    background: 'transparent',
    border: 'none',
  },
  root: (props) => ({
    color: props.theme.color,
    position: 'absolute',
    transform: `translate(${props.pos.x}px,${props.pos.y}px)`,
  }),
};
 
export default withStyles()<Props>(Component);

JavaScript

import withStyles from 'react-typestyle';
 
const Component = ({ classNames, name }) => (
  <div className={classNames.root}>
    <button className={classNames.button}>{name}</button>
  </div>
);
 
Component.styles = {
  button: {
    background: 'transparent',
    border: 'none',
  },
  root: (props) => ({
    color: props.theme.color,
    position: 'absolute',
    transform: `translate(${props.pos.x}px,${props.pos.y}px)`,
  }),
};
 
export default withStyles()(Component);

Options

You can pass in general options and options specific to the wrapped component.

withStyles(options)(Component, componentOptions)

options

  • plugins?: Array<(style: { [property: string]: any }, type: string, renderer: any, props?: { [key: string]: any }) => { [property: string]: any }>
    Plugins for further style transformations. The plugin API is compatible with most Fela plugins, e.g. fela-plugin-prefixer

  • renderer: Registry
    A registry instance the component's styles will be mounted to. Defaults to a global Renderer instance

  • shouldStylesUpdate: <Props>(props: Props, nextProps: Props) => boolean
    Used to check whether styles should to be rerendered. Defaults to a shallow comparison of next and current props

componentOptions

  • styles: InputSheet<Props>
    Alternative style sheet, overwrites styles field of wrapped component

Server Side Rendering

Just like TypeStyle itself, React-TypeStyle can easily be used for server side rendering.

import { getStyles } from 'react-typestyle';
 
// Render the react app...
 
// Render to CSS style tag
const styleTag = `<style>${getStyles()}</style>`
// ^ send this as a part of your HTML response

Note: As React-TypeStyle uses a custom renderer under the hood, you can not use TypeStyle's getStyles() function.

Utilities

Dynamic Extend

If you are using dynamic styles (your stylesheet includes functions), TypeStyle's standard extend won't work for you.
If you want to compose dynamic styles, use React-TypeStyle's dynamic extend instead.

import { extend } from 'react-typestyle';
 
// Compose styles
const styles = extend(
  ({ background }) => ({ background }),
  { color: '#fff' },
  () => ({}),
);
 
// Use them in the higher-order component
class Component extends React.PureComponent {
  static styles = {
    root: styles,
  };
 
  render() {/* ... */}
}

Developing

This is what you do after you have cloned the repository:

yarn / npm install
npm run build

(Install dependencies & build the project.)

Linting

Execute TSLint

npm run lint

Try to automatically fix linting errors

npm run lint:fix

Testing

Execute Jest unit tests using

npm test
 
npm run test:coverage

Tests are defined in the same directory the module lives in. They are specified in '[module].test.js' files.

Building

To build the project, execute

npm run build

This saves the production ready code into 'dist/'.

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