Simple but useful

If you are a React user, it is common for you to make component declarations like these:

export function MyComponent(){
    return <>My component in react</>

Thanks to the previous code in React we can:

  1. Instantiate your component through its function, example <MyComponent>

  2. Friendly export component as module

In Atomico there are some small differences πŸ‘‡

we recommend in Atomico

Export the return of the c function, since it is instantiable at the JSX level or when using the new operator, example:

function myComponent(){
    return <host>My component in Atomico</host>

export const MyComponent = c(myComponent);

customElements.define("my-component", MyComponent);

Gracias a lo anterior podemos:

  1. Instantiate your component with TS-level type validation either by using JSX or the new operator with, but remember that to get this type of instances you must first have registered your customElement in the same file or another.

  2. Export the useful component to instantiate.

Prefer this export format because tools like @atomico/exports take advantage of this format to automatically create wrappers for React, Preact, and Vue.

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