I'm trying to send data to Microsoft Cognitive Services' Emotion API, in the form of Content-Type: application/octet-stream.  I'm getting the Base64 string of an image from a canvas by calling canvas.toDataURL('image/jpeg', 0.1);(...
This seems to be a best practice, since it is used almost everywhere. However, nowhere is it clearly explained what exactly it does ...  I did find a comment in the docs that said:  "This comment tells babel to convert jsx to calls to a function...
I'm trying to use React-Select V2.0 with Next.JS but on server load the select element is not styled and flickers to styled.  I tried using the Emotion example for Next.JS to server render the emotion style (https://github.com/zeit/next.js/tree/m...
import styled from 'react-emotion'  class Field extends React.Component<> {}  export default styled(Field)   then if I render this component and use component.type, i get styled()... function instead of Field component.   How I get Fiel...
I'm currently need to integrate common components of a library into multiples websites. The component Library currently have a Global styles. That they inject in the following way:    <Global     styles={`         div {           padding: 0;...
Suppose I have the following code with emotion's css`` prop:  <div css={css`   background: var(--bg); `}>   But I would like to darken the background of this div.  Using sass this would be simple with the darken() function, but I don't...
I want to selectively pass some props to each children element and style each of them.  const Burger = ({children, ...rest}) => (   <>    <p>I'm a burger...</p>    {children}   </> ) const Meat = ({type}) => <span...
No background-image visible with the setup below. As a debugging step, I have tried setting background: pink within const background and this does work, confirming that emotion is running correctly.  When opening React Dev Tools extension I can see b...
I am using reactjs-popup, and one of it's props is contentStyle, which allow you to pass css-in-js object to style an internal div in the library.  however when I pass css object with @media in it, the library doesn't deal with it.  I wonder...
Why does emotion-js appear to share the props from seperate component instances?   <Button isDisabled={'true'} /> <Button />   const Button = styled.button`   background-color: ${props => props.isDisabled !== 'true' ?...

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