How do you override then menu item list border?
Felt like I should have been able to use styled componets as shown below, but I still get the default border. Anyone managed to remove the border?
Is this project STILL A THING?
I didn't see any updates recently, so I was wondering this project still been maintained? BTW, I did see that there was a new MR last month.
list of all routes
Is there a way to get a list of all routes from reach? Would be useful for building a sitemap.
I'm implementing Google Analytics to Reach Router running inside a React Static app (hence checking if the document exists). This seems to be working, but if I console.log the pageview attributes, they get logged twice on each page visit. What's causing this? EDIT: …
Setting basepath="/path" in the Router doesn't do anything..
I have added the base url to "homepage" in package.json. And set basepath="/path" in the main and only Router.. WIth React-router all you needed to do was these two things and it would work.. why is this breaking the whole page?
Anyway to set the open state on Menu Button?
I want to add the reach MenuButton(dropdown) to my app. I have used it in previous projects and it works really well, however for this project it is required to open when it is hovered over. Is it possible to open the menu on hover. I have seen there is a render callback for…
A React Hook for universal Routing
I just published an article on universal routing with @reach/router https://dev.to/revskill10/a-react-hook-for-universal-routing-6dk Happy to hear more suggestions from you.
I have a nested route where the parent makes an API call and renders some data.…
Running something on every single navigation?
I have this as my app component: What I'm seeing, is, upon navigating back with the browser's buttons, on some routes the if(qr== null) check will never ever run, even when it should. Is there any way I can quarantee a check like this will run every time a navigation happens?
It seems to me like the project is abandoned, anyone same feelings?
I can definitely see a lot of PRs, that may fix a lot of issues. But they're just ignored for a long-long time.