Table of contents
- Can I use it together with CSS files?
- Can I use it together with inline styles?
- Can I use it without React?
- Can I use it with React Native?
- Can I use template strings?
- Can I use objects instead of functions?
- Is Fela production-ready?
- Where does the name "Fela" come from?
Can I use it together with CSS Files?
Yes. Fela is encapsulated and can be integrated into any kind of application and therefore can also be used together with other CSS files/classes.
Just remember that you might again get into specificity problems if you mix different CSS classes from different sources.
Can I use it together with inline styles?
Yes. You can always use inline styles together with Fela. It can be useful to overwrite single values for specific cases. Also state-depending styles might better fit as inline styles e.g. a progress bar which updates the inner width according to the progress. This might else lead to >100 rendered Fela classes.
Can I use it without React?
Yes. Fela is framework-agnostic by design, but works especially well with React and React-like view libraries. Checkout the official React bindings react-fela(new tab) as well as Usage with React.
It also works great with Inferno, Preact, ReasonML, Vue(new tab), alternative Vue(new tab), Hyper(new tab) and Cycle.
Can I use it with React Native?
-method with the one exported by fela-native(new tab). Check out Usage with React Native for more information.
Can I use template strings?
Can I use objects instead of functions?
With pure Fela: No. Except for static styles rendered using
Read about our Principles to learn why!
That said, if you're working with bindings such as react-fela(new tab), most APIs also accept style objects directly.
Is Fela production-ready?
Yes. As of version 1.0.0 Fela is production-ready and fully covered with tests.
It is already used in many applications in production.
Where does the name "Fela" come from?
Fela actually is the name of a character in one of the author's favorite fantasy novel called "Kingslayer Chronicles"(new tab) by Patrick Rothfuss(new tab). Fela(new tab) is a young, attractive and smart woman practicing sculpturing among others at the university of Imre. She's one of Kvothe(new tab)'s (the main protagonist), best friends there.