Helps keep the concerns of styling and element architecture separated and make components more readable without worrying about class name collisions.
Example implementation shown below.
Props can be passed to styled components to customize a component dynamically. When setting the isLarge prop to true, we are swapping out its font-size.
You can extend components with style if you want to create a similar one, styled slightly differently. To easily make a new component that inherits the styling of another, just wrap it in the styled() constructor.
styled-components has full theming support by exporting a
<ThemeProvider> wrapper component.
This component provides a theme to all components underneath itself via the context API. In the render tree all styled-components will have access to the provided theme.
A theme can also be passed down to a component using the
theme prop gets values from
definitions/styled-components folder. You can add any css properties theme files in order to use from all styled-components.
Dark mode feature serving as a ready to use in created project with styled-component plugin.
You customize colors at
The first is
common.ts, which will contain our base styling, and the others are dark.ts and light.ts, which will include variables for our dark and light themes.
Set the colors with same key value at both file and then use with theme props in styled components. Defined colors changes when invoke toggle function from
All needed dark mode configurations and files adds by CLI if styled-component plugin selected as CSS Preprocessor during project creation phase.
Styled System is a collection of utility functions that add style props to your components and allows you to control styles based on a global theme object with typographic scales, colors, and layout properties.
We are serving styled-system as a optional plugin with styled-components.
We recommend to check official Next.js example to integrate styled-component to your existing project.