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...
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 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...
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' ?...
I wanted to achieve a button with effect like this https://codepen.io/electerious/pen/rroqdL and wanted it to make it a React component.  The original example is using css variable so I thought it would be easier to implement it using CSS-in-JS, in m...
I'm somewhat new to React, so bear with me. I need to style all cells of a table element. In plain css it would look something like this:  table.mailTable {   border : 1px solid grey; }   But how would I accompish that with Emotion?...
Two global syles entries are added to my pages and I cannot have control over them.  Could you help me to understand which components are injecting them?  App developed in gatsby using: Grommet Styled components  Code gets included in header section...
I'm wondering if there's any difference in performance between the two code blocks below, all styles inside dynamicStyles versus only the styles that change inside dynamicStyles.   Is there any performance difference? I understand it's li...
I'm trying to style my react app using emotion  I'd like to make my ul and li elements unbulleted.   I'm following this doc from Emotion.   This is their example:   import styled from '@emotion/styled'  const Child = styled.div`...

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