Blockstack UI supports responsive styles out of the box because it is built with styled-system. Instead of manually adding @media queries and adding nested styles throughout your code, any component allows you provide array values to add mobile-first responsive styles.
We use the @media(min-width) media queries to ensure values are mobile-first.
This works for every style props in the theme specification, which means you can change the style of most properties at a given breakpoint.
This shortcut is an alternative to writing media queries out by hand. Given the following:
It'll generate a CSS that looks like this
The equivalent of this style if you passed it as an object.
Here's a simple example of a marketing page component that uses a stacked layout on small screens, and a side-by-side layout on larger screens (resize your browser to see it in action):
This will change color depending on screen size!Editable Example