Shared Component Library for Bandwidth React Apps
Install the library as an NPM module.
npm i --save @bandwidth/shared-components
BandwidthThemeProvider to the root of your React component structure:
Now you can start including the components in your code. Require them by traversing the directory structure of the module:
If you want to make this easier, you can alias the module in Webpack:
resolve:modules: 'node_modules'alias:'shared-components': '@bandwidth/shared-components'extensions: '.js' '.jsx'
With this alias, you could just type:
To develop locally, run
npm run styleguide. The docs should then be available at
http://localhost:6060. Live reloading, etc should work as well.
Please refer to the contributing guide and read through the pull request template before submitting a PR!
The source of this library is licensed under the MIT license (see LICENSE)
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