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Integrating SCSS into a React project can be daunting. However, it’s necessary because you want to be able to use the best features of both worlds. Although it’s a bit more complicated, it’s also much easier because of the similarity between SCSS and JS. This blog will provide you with some tips on how to include SCSS styles in a React project.
How Can You Include SCSS Styles In a React project?
Simply follow our guide to include Sass in Create React App to add SCSS styles to a React project. First and foremost, Install the node-sass package. Firstly, we must install node-sass in our React app. using the following command: npm install node-sass –save. We must rename our App.css to App.scss after installing node-sass. You can also change the name of all css files to scss. Then, in our App.js file, we must import our.scss file. It’s similar to this: import ‘./App.scss’; You can now utilize style from your .scss.
To include Sass in your Create React App, simply follow these steps.
- Firstly, try installing node-sass
- Turn your .css files into .scss
- Import your .scss files.
Firstly, we have to install node-sass in our React app.
# For npm users npm install node-sass --save # for yarn users yarn add node-sass
2. Turn your .css files into .scss
After you’ve installed node-sass, App.css must be renamed to App.scss. You can also change the name of all css files to scss.
3. Import the .scss files
Next, in our App.js file, we have to import a .scss file. It’s similar to this.
You can now utilize style from your.scss file.
Including SCSS styles in a React project is a confusing problem. We hope this blog has helped clear the air around how to do it. If you have more questions about this topic, please leave a comment below. Thank you for reading; we are always excited when one of our posts can provide useful information on a topic like this!
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