2.2.2 • Public • Published


<auro-radio> is a HTML custom element that is rendered as a small circle, which is filled or highlighted when selected. Only one <auro-radio> component in a given <auro-radio-group> can be selected at the same time.

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Build Status See it on NPM! License ESM supported

$ npm i @aurodesignsystem/auro-radio

Installing as a direct, dev or peer dependency is up to the user installing the package. If you are unsure as to what type of dependency you should use, consider reading this stack overflow answer.

Design Token CSS Custom Property dependency

The use of any Auro custom element has a dependency on the Auro Design Tokens.

CSS Custom Property fallbacks

CSS custom properties are not supported in older browsers. For this, fallback properties are pre-generated and included with the npm.

Any update to the Auro Design Tokens will be immediately reflected with browsers that support CSS custom properties, legacy browsers will require updated components with pre-generated fallback properties.

Define dependency in project component

Defining the component dependency within each component that is using the <auro-radio> component.

import "@aurodesignsystem/auro-radio";

Reference component in HTML

<auro-radio id="radio1" label="Yes" name="radioDemo" value="yes"></auro-radio>

Install bundled assets from CDN

In cases where the project is not able to process JS assets, there are pre-processed assets available for use. See -- auro-radio__bundled.js for modern browsers. Legacy browsers such as IE11 are no longer supported.

WARNING! When installing into your application environment, DO NOT use @latest for the requested version. Risks include unknown MAJOR version releases and instant adoption of any new features and possible bugs without developer knowledge. The @latest wildcard should NEVER be used for production customer-facing applications. You have been warned.

Bundle example code

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/@aurodesignsystem/design-tokens@4.1.1/dist/tokens/CSSCustomProperties.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/@aurodesignsystem/webcorestylesheets@5.0.4/dist/bundled/essentials.css" />
<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/@aurodesignsystem/auro-radio@2.2.2/dist/auro-radio__bundled.js" type="module"></script>

auro-radio use cases

The <auro-radio> element is designed to be a single component for the use of creating an input type="radio" with an associated <label> that meets all use case and accessibility standards.

The following examples illustrate fully functional <auro-radio> elements wrapped with the <auro-radio-group> element. The <auro-radio-group> element is REQUIRED in order to mantain the relationship between individual <auro-radio> elements for functional radio button actions.

API Code Examples

Default auro-radio

<auro-radio id="radio1" label="Yes" name="radioDemo" value="yes"></auro-radio>


In order to develop against this project, if you are not part of the core team, you will be required to fork the project prior to submitting a pull request.

Please be sure to review the contribution guidelines for this project. Please make sure to pay special attention to the conventional commits section of the document.

Start development environment

Once the project has been cloned to your local resource and you have installed all the dependencies you will need to open a shell session to run the dev server.

$ npm run dev

Open localhost:8000

If running separate sessions is preferred, please run the following commands in individual terminal shells.

$ npm run build:watch

$ npm run serve

API generation

The custom element API file is generated in the build and committed back to the repo with a version change. If the API doc has changed without a version change, author's are to run npm run build:api to generate the doc and commit to version control.


Automated tests are required for every Auro component. See .\test\auro-radio.test.js for the tests for this component. Run npm test to run the tests and check code coverage. Tests must pass and meet a certain coverage threshold to commit. See the testing documentation for more details.

Bundled assets

Bundled assets are only generated in the remote and not merged back to this repo. To review and/or test a bundled asset locally, run $ npm run bundler to generate assets.

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