Chrome/Chromium extension that allows easy HTML to React conversion.
Extract all the HTML & CSS of any portion of any website directly into a ready-to-go React Component! ---- # Usage - Quick start: Inspect an element on the page > "Extract To React" tab > Extract the code to CodePen or JSFiddle. - Advanced usage: It is possible to split a monolithic component up into multiple nested components. Find the elements you wish to become their own component in the "Elements" tab. Add an attribute called `data-component`. Set the value of `data-component` to be the extracted name of the component: <h1 class="heading" data-component="Heading">Hello, world!</h1> <nav class="nav" data-component="Nav"> <ul class="list"> <li class="list-item" data-component="ListItem">#1</li> <li class="list-item" data-component="ListItem">#2</li> </ul> </nav> Will result in 3 components being extracted: `Heading`, `Nav`, and `ListItem` ---- # Bugs and Features If you find a bug or have a feature request, please create an issue on GitHub: https://github.com/jesstelford/extract-to-react/issues ---- # Attribution This project is based on excellent open source software: * SnappySnippet: Chrome/Chromium extension that allows easy CSS+HTML extraction of specific DOM element. Created snippet can be then exported to CodePen, jsFiddle or JS Bin with one click. (https://github.com/kdzwinel/SnappySnippet/issues) * html-to-react-components: Extract annotated portions of HTML into React components as separate modules. (https://roman01la.github.io/html-to-react-components/)
- (2020-11-19) Phillip Madsen: does not work
- (2020-03-30) G García Díaz: doesn't import anything
- (2019-12-10) Benson Childress: yeah, sadly does not work. Connection error when trying to connect to CodePen
- (2019-05-17) Taylor Bunker: Didn't work for me either.
- (2019-02-14) Simply: Don't seem to work at all
- (2017-12-05) Davidson Nascimento: Really work!