08/01/2020 (7 days ago)
This release was mostly internal changes and documentation updates including a
new Writing Tests guide, but also fixed the
component to allow for the
useCrossFade hook to transition the
07/28/2020 (11 days ago)
The GitHub repo has been updated to now include an
examples folder to show how you can use
react-md along with other build tools such as
Create React App,
Next.js, Gatsby, and others.
These examples can be used to spin up boilerplate projects by following the
First download the specific example:
# replace EXAMPLE_NAME with the specific example you want to use curl https://codeload.github.com/mlaursen/react-md/tar.gz/master | tar -xz --strip=2 react-md-master/examples/EXAMPLE_NAME cd EXAMPLE_NAME
Next, install any dependencies:
npm install # or with yarn yarn
Next, initialize the git repository and add the first commit:
git init git add . git commit -m "Initial commit"
Finally, follow any instructions in the
README.md about how to run the
07/21/2020 (18 days ago)
07/11/2020 (28 days ago)
This release added a new and improved dark mode that can be used by enabling a
AppBartext color now defaults to
07/10/2020 (29 days ago)
07/07/2020 (32 days ago)
06/30/2020 (39 days ago)
This release focused on fixing bundle sizes with webpack as well as increasing
build performance with the
sideEffects field for each
package.json. For more
information, check out the v2.0.2 release PR #877 which goes into details about
build time and sizing changes.
This release also includes the following changes:
06/17/2020 (52 days ago)
This is technically a breaking change for the UMD bundle since this splits the material-icon component wrappers into separate bundles to minimize the library's size. I'm going with a patch bump though since it's only been two days since the v2 release and it's highly doubtful that consumers of the library have fully upgraded to v2 or even using the UMD bundle to begin with.
react-md will now be available as these bundles:
06/15/2020 (54 days ago)
The v2 release is a complete re-write of react-md to address the majority of problems encountered while using v1. Unfortunately, this took a lot longer than I had hoped since I ended up using this project to learn Typescript as well as the new React hooks API. Even though there are some missing components from v1, I think the new functionality outweighs it and the components are scoped for a later release.
The 2.0.0 release of react-md features: