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neetoUI is the library that drives the experience in all neeto products built at BigBinary.

Installation

yarn add @bigbinary/neetoui

This would install neetoui package inside your application. Starting 3.0.x, neetoUI stylesheet has been separated from the bundle. To get the styles working, please import the neetoUI stylesheet to your main scss entry point.

@import "@bigbinary/neetoui";

Dependencies

neetoUI has few peer dependencies which are required to use neetoUI properly. Install the peer dependencies using the below command:

yarn add react-toastify@9.0.1 formik@2.2.0 react-router-dom@5.2.0 @bigbinary/neeto-icons antd@5.9.2 i18next@21.7.0

react-toastify

neetoUI depends on react-toastify for Toasters, so the styles for toaster must be imported to your main scss entry point.

@import "react-toastify/dist/ReactToastify.min.css";

Also make sure to include <ToastContainer /> in your application.

import React from "react";

import { ToastContainer } from "react-toastify";

const App = () => {
  return (
    <>
      <ToastContainer />
      // Other children
    </>
  );
};

formik

To make form handling easier with neetoUI, we provide Formik binding with neetoUI components. To know about Formik, ref the official documentation.

Usage

neetoUI exports all it’s component as named exports. You can individually import necessary components in the following way:

import { Button, Tooltip } from "@bigbinary/neetoui";

If you need access to an object that contains references to all the components you can do a wildcard import. This way, you can render dynamic components from neetoUI.

import React from "react";
import * as NeetoUI from "@bigbinary/neetoui";

export default function index() {
  const Button = NeetoUI.Button;

  // get a random component
  const componentName = Math.random() > 0.5 ? "Badge" : "Avatar";
  const MyDynamicComponent = NeetoUI[componentName];

  return (
    <div>
      <Button />
      <MyDynamicComponent />
    </div>
  );
}

Formik

neetoUI formik exports all its component as named exports. You can individually import necessary components in the following way:

import { Input } from "@bigbinary/neetoui/formik";

Available components in neetoUI formik:

  • Input
  • Radio
  • Button
  • Form
  • ActionBlock
  • Select
  • Switch
  • Textarea
  • CheckBox
  • BlockNavigation
  • TreeSelect
  • Slider

You can refer the formik folder to check for latest Formik components.

In order to use the neetoUI formik components, you need to wrap your form with the Form component.

import * as Yup from "yup";
import { Form } from "@bigbinary/neetoui/formik";

<Form
  formikProps={{
    initialValues: {
      name: "",
      email: "",
    },
    onSubmit: (values, formikBag) => {
      console.log(values, formikBag);
    },
    validationSchema: Yup.object({
      name: Yup.string().required("Name is required"),
      email: Yup.string().email("Invalid email").required("Email is required"),
    }),
  }}
  className="w-full space-y-6"
>
  {props => {
    return (
      <>
        <Input {...props} label="Name" name="name" />
        <Input {...props} label="Email" name="email" />
        <Button label="Submit" type="submit" style="primary" />
      </>
    );
  }}
</Form>;

In case, you wish not to pass children as a function, you can use the following syntax:

import * as Yup from "yup";
import { Form } from "@bigbinary/neetoui/formik";

<Form
  formikProps={{
    initialValues: {
      name: "",
      email: "",
    },
    onSubmit: (values, formikbag) => {
      console.log(values, formikbag);
    },
    validationSchema: Yup.object({
      name: Yup.string().required("Name is required"),
      email: Yup.string().email("Invalid email").required("Email is required"),
    }),
  }}
  className="w-full space-y-6"
>
  <>
    <Input {...props} label="Name" name="name" />
    <Input {...props} label="Email" name="email" />
    <Button label="Submit" type="submit" style="primary" />
  </>
</Form>;

The Form component accepts the following props:

  • formikProps: Formik props object. You can pass initialValues, validationSchema, onSubmit etc. as props to the Form component.
  • children: You can pass a function as children to the Form component. The function will receive the formik props object as an argument. Or you can directly pass the children inside the Form component.
  • className: You can use this prop to provide a custom class to the form.
  • formProps: Form props object. You can pass className, style etc. as props to the Form component.
  • scrollToErrorField: To specify whether scroll to error field on clicking submit button is enabled or not. Default value is false.

Development

Install all the dependencies by executing following command.

yarn

You can create new components in src/components and export them from src/index.js.

Running the yarn storybook command starts a storybook app. Use this application to test out changes and see how your component behaves in the storybook for neetoUI

  • To see if tests associated with your components pass run yarn test.
  • To see if neetoUI gets built and bundled after changes run yarn bundle.
  • To see if the storybook gets built run yarn build.

Note that nothing in the stories folder will be bundled with neetoUI.

Building and releasing.

The @bigbinary/neetoui package gets published to NPM when we merge a PR with patch, minor or major label to the main branch. The patch label is used for bug fixes, minor label is used for new features and major label is used for breaking changes. You can checkout the Create and publish releases workflow in GitHub Actions to get a live update.

In case if you missed to add the label, you can manually publish the package. For that first you need to create a PR to update the version number in the package.json file and merge it to the main branch. After merging the PR, you need to create a new github release from main branch. Whenever a new release is created with a new version number, the github actions will automatically publish the built package to npm. You can checkout the Publish to npm workflow in GitHub Actions to get a live update.

Please note that before publishing the package, you need to verify the functionality in some of the neeto web-apps locally using yalc package manager. The usage of yalc is explained in this video: https://youtu.be/F4zZFnrNTq8

Documentation

Read the docs here

https://neeto-ui.neeto.com

Other Libraries

  • neetoIcons: NeetoIcons is the official icons library from BigBinary.
  • neetoEditor: NeetoEditor is a prose-mirror based rich-text editor used at BigBinary.

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