November 10, 2018

Release of React Edges

The Tiniest, Possibly Least Useful React Component Library Out There

I had a need to create a custom Provider component for a slide deck using mdx-deck (if you're interested in learning how to make a custom Provider component for mdx-deck, check out my egghead lesson on it). I didn't want to ever have to write it again, so I made a reusable component. After making it, I realized it didn't have to be strictly for mdx-deck, so I refactored it into a standalone React component. The library is called React Edges. Read the docs, maybe you have a use for it. No biggie if you don't!

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