Manage Semantic UI components

Semantic UI has the ability to enable or disable components individually. So if you're sure you will never use a component in your project, you can exclude it from the config file (semantic.json). This reduces the size of your main CSS/JS files, but keep in mind that some components rely on one another to function properly (for example: the 'search' component needs 'input' to be installed as well).

An example with a minimal set of components:

    "components": [
    "individuals": [

Notice the "individuals". You can specify components there that you want to include in your build, but not in your main semantic.css / semantic.js files. This way, their asset files are generated individually under /dist, so you can reference them only where needed.