This is a quick example showing it is possible to add/integrate React Components into your existing Webflow sites. How I did this: - I first created a static component with all the elements and styles - Published the site and copied the component's HTML from the live site - Converted the HTML into JSX with http://magic.reactjs.net/htmltojsx.htm - Coded a quick todo app functionality and retrofitted the generated JSX - Placed a div on the page where the React Component needs to render (It's a good idea to keep the static components alive on a separate page somewhere for when you want to update the styles etc) That's it; you now have a React Component using Webflow generated styles!
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