In the V3 version of Ant Design Pro, we introduced blocks to migrate our assets to blocks, which is convenient for on-demand use instead of being included in the project by default, which can reduce the project and allow more flexible use.
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Blocks are a type of R & D asset. It is a series of code snippets for quickly building pages. It can help you quickly initialize a page in your project and help you develop code more quickly. The current block is a page-level block, you can understand that it is a template for typical pages that are often used in some projects. Using a block is actually equivalent to copying some page code from an existing project to you. In the current project.
I previously developed a page: Create JS-> Create CSS-> Create Model-> Create service-> Write page component. Now develop a page: download block-> modify the code based on the block component initialized by the block.
In Ant Design Pro, umi ui is used for block management.
In Pro, assets are divided into two types, blocks and templates. A block can be compared to a component, and a template represents a page. The block now supports all demos in antd, and demos can be imported into the project more quickly. The following figure demonstrates the rapid development of a crud page.
This type of block provides the ability to occupy a place, you can add other blocks at a specified location; and it will be added to the target file through code merge, which is more in line with the intuition of code organization.
If you want to develop blocks, you can view the full content in umi Block