Announcing SolidJS library (experimental)

Announcing Solid.js library (experimental)

We are excited to announce the release of the @tw-classed/solid package, a wrapper around the Solid.js core that provides an easy way to create classed components in your Solid.js applications. This package has 1-1 API parity with @tw-classed/react, follow the React docs to learn more about how to use it.

To install the @tw-classed/solid package, you can use the following command:

pnpm add @tw-classed/solid@canary 

Using the @tw-classed/solid package no different to @tw-classed/react. The only difference is the use of class instead of className. Here's an example of how you can use it to create a button component in your Solid.js application:

import { classed } from "@tw-classed/solid";
const Button = classed.button("px-4 py-2", {
  variants: {
    color: {
      primary: "bg-blue-500 text-white",
      secondary: "bg-gray-500 text-white",
// In your App
const App = () => {
  return (
      <Button color="primary">Primary</Button>
      <Button class="w-full" color="secondary">

With the @tw-classed/solid package, you can easily apply classes to your components and customize their appearance using variants. We hope this package will make it easier for you to create stylish and consistent interfaces in your Solid.js applications.

Try out the @tw-classed/solid package today and let us know what you think!