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@jhegedus42 yes it's just a shorthand DSL for adding class names, that's all it is.
The way css-dsl works is that in the sbt build it loads the .css file (e.g. bootstrap's), parses all the class names out of it, and generates extension methods for each one.
You can either do it as an extension method of a VdomTag, or using the C singleton. The former is more useful for components, the latter for conditional classes
e.g. C.active.when(item == selectedItem)
(.when is an extension method on TagMod provided by scalajs-react)
@nafg it's bootstrap
if that is what you were asking
it's nice and simple
and i also like @nafg 's css-dsl it is kinda nice and simple too
what i cannot comprehend after one microsecond is if the two are some "related" / "compatible" ?
the facade is written by a plugin ... afai understand
OTH your code is dead simple too @littlenag
which is good news, coz i can extend it
and learn from it
i mean, does it make sense to somehow make the two compatible ? @nafg 's css-dsl and @littleag 's scalajs-react-bootstrap ?
for now i stick with @nafg 's css-dsl and see how i can get by using "static" stuff
no jumbotron , etc ...
no jquery ... etc
just plain css
simple is good
and css-dsl makes bootstrap (or for that matter afai understand) any css lib into a typesafe wrapped scalajs sweetness
but if the two were somehow "synergically" combined - if that even makes sense - that is what i am asking
is possible / meaningful to use the two simultaniously in the same project ?
or is it an exclusive or (XOR) ?
either css-dsl or scalajs-react-bootstrap... but not both simultaniously ? is that the case ? XOR ?
can they go hand in hand ? would that make sense to even ask such a question ?
i like css-dsl for static things
but some sort of navbar thing.... with css-dsl is not immediately obvious for a "css newbie" like me
@nafg I am almost there, at nirvana, with css-dsl :) but I cannot figure out one thing :
that is something which is not possible with the current approach (or at least I could not find anything like this)
I guess I should make some custom attributes ?
          C.navbarToggler, ^.`type` := "button",
      // TODO :
      //data-toggle="collapse"        <<<< === I need to put this here in by hand.
      //data-target="#navbarCollapse" <<<< === I need to put this her in by hand.

          ^.aria.controls := "navbarCollapse",
          ^.aria.expanded := "false",
          ^.aria.label :="toggle navigation",
for data-toggle="collapse"
and for data-target="#navbarCollapse"
is that the "recommended way to go ?
somehow css-dsl does not have data-toggle "attributes"
but maybe they are somehow custom and related to the jquery story, maybe that is the reason
anyway, I try now to find some way to make custom attributes in scalajs-react :)
and let's how that works
but if there is a way to do this in the "official way" then please let me know
ok, that worked,
so css-dsl seems to be pretty nicely working with bootstrap
thanks again @nafg , i think i reached bootstrap nirvana
Artsiom Miklushou

Did anybody try react-profiling? https://gist.github.com/bvaughn/25e6233aeb1b4f0cdb8d8366e54a3977

For me it show that it's not supported

Profiling support requires either a development or production-profiling build of React v16.5+.