This package makes it possible to use preprocessors and css modules on docz
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docz-plugin-css

Docz plugin to parse css files inside your documents

Examples

Installation

First of all, install plugin:

$ yarn add docz-plugin-css --dev

After that, use the plugin on your doczrc.js:

// doczrc.js
import { css } from 'docz-plugin-css'

export default {
  plugins: [
    css({
      preprocessor: 'postcss',
      cssmodules: true,
      loaderOpts: {
        /* whatever your preprocessor loader accept */
      }
    })
  ]
}

Choosing PostCSS, Sass, Less or Stylus

Do you can choose how preprocessor your bundler will use just by changing the preprocessor property at the plugin definition:

// doczrc.js
import { css } from 'docz-plugin-css'

export default {
  plugins: [
    css({
      preprocessor: 'sass'
    })
  ]
}

Using CSS Modules

To use css modules, just turn on cssmodules property on your project configuration:

// doczrc.js
import { css } from 'docz-plugin-css'

export default {
  plugins: [
    css({
      preprocessor: 'sass',
      cssmodules: true
    })
  ]
}

After that, to import styles from css modules, just use .module.{preprocessor-ext} on your files

---
name: Button
----

import { Playground } from 'docz'

import { Button } from './Button'
import { styles } from './styles.module.css'

# Button

Example of Button component with custom class!

<Playground>
  <Button className={styles.custom}>
    Click me
  </Button>
</Playground>

If you don't pass .module in front of the preprocessor extension, bundler will don't parse your css as cssmodule!

If in your project some places use both CSS modules and some place doesn't, you can leave out the cssmodules option so that webpack can determined by itself the correct way to load the CSS.

Multiple pre-processor

You can still use multiple pre-processor together in the same configuration:

// doczrc.js
import { css } from 'docz-plugin-css'

export default {
  plugins: [
    css({ preprocessor: 'sass' }),
    css({ preprocessor: 'stylus' }),
  ]
}

Api

Params

preprocessor

  • Type: postcss | sass | less | stylus
  • Default: postcss

Use to define the preprocessor you want to use

cssmodules

  • Type: Boolean
  • Default: false

Use this option if you want to use css modules

loaderOpts

  • Type: { [key:string]: any }
  • Default: {}

Custom options passed on pre-processor loader configuration

cssOpts

  • Type: { [key:string]: any }
  • Default: {}

Custom options passed on css-loader configuration

ruleOpts

  • Type: { [key:string]: any }
  • Default: {}

Custom options passed on webpack rule configuration