Vocabulary is a cohesive design system to unite the web facing Creative Commons.
Vocabulary is the code implementation of Creative Commons' Design Language. Vocabulary makes it easier to develop Creative Commons apps while ensuring a consistently familiar experience.
vocabulary is a monorepo containing three packages:
|@creativecommons/vocabulary||The main CSS component library|
|@creativecommons/fonts||A collection of typefaces and icon fonts|
|@creativecommons/vue-vocabulary||Vue component library powered by the main CSS library|
Packages are located in the
To install dependencies and run the storybooks for all packages in this repository:
npm install --legacy-peer-depsnpm run setup # (optional for npm v7 & above)npm run buildnpm run storybook
To run the storybook for an individual package (here, vue-vocabulary):
cd packages/vue-vocabularynpm install --legacy-peer-depsnpm run buildnpm run storybook
To use Vocabulary in your projects, refer to this document.
To contribute to Vocabulary, refer to this document.
Vocabulary uses CalVer for version numbering, in the
Micro is bumped whenever there are multiple releases in a month, for example
2020.7.1 is the first release in July 2020, while
2020.7.2 is the second.
Licensed under the Expat/MIT license.