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I created a collection of UI Components for React built with Tailwind CSS

enochndika profile image enoch ndika ・Updated on ・1 min read

I created a collection of UI Components for React built with Tailwind CSS containing over 20 components with over 50 variants.

You can just copy and paste the component you want to use.

Kimia-UI

The biggest disadvantage of using Tailwind is the risk of having too long classes that will make the code not readable enough.

As React is component-based, we can extract component logic with its classes and reuse them elsewhere which will result in more readable code with more components and less classes.

That's why I created this collection named Kimia-UI and it's fully customizable. If you are a Typescript lover, the full source code and all examples are written in Typescript so you won't worry about types.

The project is open to contributions and you can contribute by adding a component, improving accessibility or opening a new issue for a new component or idea.

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Graziano Statello

Just curious, did you manage to only purge the unused css?
E.g. if I only use the primary colour, in all the Buttons, throughout my project, would the resulting styles contain also "success", "danger" etcetera... or would the unused styles be purged?

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enoch ndika Author

The main idea of this collection is to customize everything according to your needs. By default, all the classes defined for button will be preserved. if you want them to be purged automatically, you can only define the colour that you want to use (eg: primary only).

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Graziano Statello

That makes sense thanks, I quite like the idea behind tailwindcss, but I wish it could allow to use javascript to build the classes...

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enoch ndika Author

It’s possible to use JavaScript to build classes with tailwindcss (Css in Js). Check out the library twin-macro

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Graziano Statello

Interesting! I will have a look, thanks for it!

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Alonso Aguayo

What an incredible job! Thank you for this, I’ll try and contribute as much as I can.

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Luis Pinheiro

Great job

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Kubdev

Nice job! Thank you they are super clean. :) Are you Tim Creative's son ? πŸ˜‡

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enoch ndika Author

No i am not πŸ˜ƒ

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Pranav Birajdar • Edited

This looks so clean! I just made a post about my favorite Tailwind component libraries.

I'll definitely use your library in my next project and update my list!

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Rich Winter

These are very nice. I will note that I don't think you've added any event handlers for listening for the "ESC" key when the overlays/toasts are open so the user can dismiss things like menus.

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enoch ndika Author

I have fixed it, you can now dismiss toast with ESC key

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spiritbro1

wow cool

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Efosa Jeffrey

This is super awesome!

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@lukeocodes πŸ•ΉπŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Love this!

(Could have called it Rewind πŸ˜‚)

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enoch ndika Author • Edited

πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ i chose that name for SEO purpose

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Shubham Mishra

It's amazing +respect

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Aus G

I will start contributing soon, this project looks amazing, good job

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TheAssassin

Pretty awesome.

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Seanmclem

Is the drop down accessible?

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enoch ndika Author

Yeah it's accessible

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Tanner Cottle

These components look really nice, great job! Just one note, the images inside the cards should be rounded, at least at the top two corners so they don't poke out of the card itself.

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enoch ndika Author • Edited

Thanks, i have fixed that

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Yung

Well done, but don't you think there is another way of implementing scroll indicator without actually manipulating the DOM?

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enoch ndika Author

i don't think so but if you know another way without manipulating the dom, you can make a pull request

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joezak-outta

Nice job man!
That’s all i was looking for

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Bryan Lee

What's the difference between this and Chakra UI?

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enoch ndika Author

Chakra UI is a UI component library and you have to install it. Tailwind CSS is a css utility framework, so it does not come with any components. You have to create all your components from scratch and this can be annoying for experienced developers or difficult for beginners.

That's why I created this collection to simplify that process so you can simply copy and paste any component you want to use and customize it as you wish.

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