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React Toolbox is a set of React components that implements Google Material Design specification. It's built on top of some the trendiest proposals like CSS Modules (written in SASS), Webpack and ES6. The library harmoniously integrates with your Webpack workflow and it's easily customizable and very flexible. Check our awesome documentation (which is built using React Toolbox) and try all the components with live examples. We've created a playground so you don't need to install anything to fall in love with our components, so fun! React Toolbox uses CSS Modules by default to import stylesheets written using PostCSS & postcss-preset-env features. In case you want to import the components already bundled with CSS, your module bundler should be able to require these PostCSS modules. Of course this is a set of React components so you should be familiar with React. If want to customize your components via themes, you may want to take a look to react-css-themr, used by React Toolbox.
- Powered by CSS Modules and harmoniously integrates with your webpack workflow
- React Toolbox uses CSS Modules by default to import stylesheets written in SASS
- You can afford theming in multiple ways
- Every component in React Toolbox has a key assigned that can be used to provide a default CSS Module
- React Toolbox assumes that you are importing Roboto Font and Material Design Icons.
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