The newest features of Bit in version 1.3.21 include NextJS support, updates to the Storybook, support for handling components with the same name in a workspace, auto-open Ripple CI jobs, and a new VSCode plugin.
The newest features of Bit in version v0.1.48, and new demos and guides. Learn how to create framework-agnostic components, how to use bit lanes, how to create AWS Lambda function components, and more.
Explore the importance of aligning dependencies in Bit components within a scope and across different scopes in your organization, understand the workflow for managing and inspecting dependencies, and learn how aligned dependencies contribute to efficient collaboration and code maintenance in component-based software engineering.
Learn about Bit components and the differences between consuming them at build time and runtime. Discover the advantages and disadvantages of each method, and explore an example of using both approaches.
Learn how to create a Composition Playground with an integrated toolbar for component previews. Discover how to utilize Bit Env to configure your components with a composition provider, making it easy to switch between themes or other contexts as needed.
Discover how to deploy React apps to Netlify using Bit. We'll show you how to build a scalable React app that can be easily extended and maintained and deployed to Netlify using component-based software development.
For web and mobile development, many teams use React and React Native for UI/UX consistency. When developers synchronize between these platforms, sharing code is a challenge. In an ecosystem where teams want to maintain consistency while allowing styling variations, the challenge is especially tough.
Here you'll learn how to build a consistent Design System out of React and React Native, sharing design tokens, logic, and types.
Bit's Link Component is a component that is agnostic to the environment it is running in. You can use this link with any React meta-framework such as Gatsby, Next, Remix etc. This results in more flexible and reusable components that can be used in any React application.
An in-depth guide to creating an app using styled-components and Bit. We will cover theming, versioning, testing, visualizing, and collaborating. Using Bit and Styled Components, you can create reusable, maintainable components that ensure consistency throughout your application.
Do you have a component-based backend? At Bit, components are the foundation of everything we do. Learn how to create a highly maintainable and scalable system by componentizing Node.js microservices using Bit.
Your backend API has been updated to return data of a new type. The frontend team must be informed to update accordingly. What would you do if you had dozens of frontend apps that are consuming this API? Bit simplifies your life by creating a centralized "entity" component.
Cloudflare Workers are a platform for enabling serverless functions to run as close as possible to the end user. Combining Cloudflare worker with Bit gives you super powers as you are able easily manage the workers dependencies, manage its versions, and more
In this tutorial, we will learn how to build a composable component library, which forms the foundation for the design system and the organization apps. This will be done using Bit, React, and TypeScript.
This post tells the story of a composable search bar being used in a single app, turning into a generic component that can be used in any app. We will show you how we built the search bar component in this website, bit.dev, and the Workspace UI.
Modern design practices have facilitated better collaboration amongst design and engineering teams. Here we will see how design tokens and Bit create better collaboration between designers, developers, and product owners.
Creating a blog from scratch requires quite a lot. We created a reusable, extendable Blog component that you can use to create your own blog compositions. Here, we show you how to get up and running with our Starter blog.