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@adaguc/react-webmapjs-layermanager

0.1.6 • Public • Published

react-webmapjs

Usage

To also use the styling, one should import the stylesheet from the dist folder:

import '@adaguc/react-webmapjs/dist/main.css';

Development

Inspecting the components with storybook

Storybook can be used to view the components. If you run npm run storybook a storybook server will start in which you can see all the components for which stories are written.

Deploying a static version of your storybook

The storybook can be compiled to a static version via npm run build-storybook. The static contents is then placed in the folder storybook-react-webmapjs-layermanager.

Writing a new story

Stories live in the stories folder. Here is the documentation on the syntax for adding new stories: https://storybook.js.org/docs/basics/writing-stories/

Tests

Test can be run by the following command: npm test This will run all the tests specified in the stories without starting a browser. Currently only the mounting of components is tested, no interaction testing is implemented yet.

Testing the package in another project

To test the package in another project without publishing it, you can follow these steps:

  1. npm run build
  2. npm pack
  3. cd <path/to/your/project>
  4. npm install <absolute path/to/tar/created/by/npm pack>

Setting up CI/CD

Creating an authentication token

To be able to publish to npm CI/CD requires an authentication token.

To create a token, see: https://docs.npmjs.com/creating-and-viewing-authentication-tokens

As soon as you've created the token, go to GitLab and:

  1. Click on Settings --> CI/CD --> Variables
  2. Change or create the NPM_TOKEN variable to the created authentication token.

Install

npm i @adaguc/react-webmapjs-layermanager

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0.1.6

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