Category : styled-components

I’m developing spotify clone, and among them, I am developing side nav. I would like to connect the pages divided using react in sidenav using link. this is sidebar code <SideBackground> <LogoImg src="https://music-b26f.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/635963274692858859903160895_spotify-logo-horizontal-black.jpg"></LogoImg> <BrowserRouter> <Link to="/"> <Option Icon={HomeIcon} title="Home" /> </Link> <Link to="/Search"> <Option Icon={SearchIcon} title="Search"/> </Link> <Link to="/Library"> <Option Icon={LibraryMusicIcon} title="Library"/> </Link> </BrowserRouter> <StringTitle>PLAYLIST</StringTitle> ..

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I’m trying to wrap the react-native-elements Input component with styled-components and to use custom font. When I’m using the above code everything works fine and the font shown correctly: <Input placeholder={placeholder} placeholderTextColor="white" style={{ fontFamily: "Arimo-Italic" }} autoCapitalize="none" /> This code works too (without react-native-elements components) export const StyledText = styled.Text` color: white; font-weight: bold; text-align: ..

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I’m running a micro frontend application with multiple React versions, each micro frontend repo is using lazy loading for dynamically loading its React version and it works as expected (Yay!) The micro frontend app is structured as follows: That being said, I am experiencing issues with the styled-components multi-versioning, and receiving the following console warning ..

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I am having an issue centring a div with elements using justify-content: space-between;. The child element fills the max-width of the container(900px) prior to either putting a margin auto or justify-content: center; on the parent object. once these styles are added to centre the container the elements inside are crushed to the min-width possible. What’s ..

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I am having an issue centring a div with elements using justify-content: space-between;. The child element fills the max-width of the container(900px) prior to either putting a margin auto or justify-content: center; on the parent object. once these styles are added to centre the container the elements inside are crushed to the min-width possible. What’s ..

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