Dracula UI - Public Release 🚀
The wait is over! 🥳
We've been hard at work sweating the details of the Developer Experience for Dracula UI.\nThe last few months have been fun and rewarding.\n\nWe put together a number of components, dogfooded our designs and individual components with several pages/apps, and have collected feedback from our amazing list of early access users.
We have polished our existing 18 React and HTML/CSS components that are ready to use and should cover most website use cases. Those form components are sweet.
Improved Color Swatch including solid, gradient, and animated colors that should make your designs pop!
Figma design file with reusable components that you can use to build your own designs without code.
CSS stylesheet with hundreds of classes that can be applied to any existing website. Yes, the React components are optional. Dracula UI is 100% compatible with CSS only websites.
Autocomplete experience for HTML and React within Visual Studio Code using the Adobe DSP VScode plugin.
Documentation Website and Guides to help you get started Improvements
Minor bug fixes that were reported by our Early Access users 🙏🏻
Documentation Website is now accessible on mobile devices and no longer requires standing up a development server.
Added a private
@dracula/dracula-uinpm package hosted on Github that is much easier to install and manage.