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How to Create a Theme Provider with Web Component?

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A theme provider is a special component that when wrapping your application content, will provide all the details your app needs to style itself like CSS variables and fonts.

It allows you to quickly change the way your website looks on-demand by simply changing some attribute values.

Why use Web Component?

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Elson Correia

Software Engineer @ AWS | Tech Blogger and YouTuber @ Before Semicolon and creator of CWCO

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