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    @cumulusds/badge-up

    2.3.0 • Public • Published

    This is a forked version of the original badge-up npm package

    The only changes applied to the original npm package are:

    • updated npm dependencies (to fix some known vulnerabilities detected by npm audit)
    • adapt sources to the changes introduced in the new svgo library

    badge-up

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    This is a simple library that generates SVG badges without Cairo.

    Install

    npm install badge-up

    V1 Usage

    const badge = require('badge-up');
    badge('batman', 'component', badge.colors.green, function (error, svg) {
        // some callback
    });

    Produces: example

    The color argument can be a CSS color, or one of the specially named colors found in badge.colors.

    You can alternatively use the returned Promise:

    const badge = require('badge-up');
    (async () => {
    try {
        const svg = await badge('batman', 'component', badge.colors.green);
    } catch (error) {
        //
    }
    }());

    V2 Usage

    With this API you can create arbitrary badges with an arbitrary number of sections.

    Each section is an array. The first element is the text to show, and the rest of the (optional) elements are attributes to apply to the text. If there are no attributes then a single string (instead of an array of one element) can be passed instead.

    The following attributes are supported:

    • {hex}{hex}{hex}{hex}{hex}{hex} six hexadecimal characters or {css-color-name} a named CSS color, either of which is used to color the section
    • s{{hex}{hex}{hex}{hex}{hex}{hex}} six hexadecimal characters or s{css-color-name} a named CSS color, either of which is used to color stroke the section, e.g. s{d3d3d3}

    The default color for the first section is 696969 and d3d3d3 for subsequent sections.

    Any section can have mulitple lines by putting newlines in its text.

    const badge = require('badge-up');
    const sections = [
        'foo/far;fun',
        [ 'bar\nbaz', 'orange'],
        [ 'mork "mindy"', 'olive', 's{white}'],
        [ '<∀>', 'moccasin']
    ];
    badge.v2(sections, function (error, svg) {
        // some callback
    });

    Produces: example

    You can also use the returned Promise:

    const badge = require('badge-up');
    const sections = [
        'foo/far;fun',
        [ 'bar\nbaz', 'orange'],
        [ 'mork "mindy"', 'olive', 's{white}'],
        [ '<∀>', 'moccasin']
    ];
    
    (async () => {
    try {
        const svg = await badge.v2(sections);
    } catch (error) {
      //
    }
    }());

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    Install

    npm i @cumulusds/badge-up

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    326

    Version

    2.3.0

    License

    BSD-3-Clause

    Unpacked Size

    22.9 kB

    Total Files

    12

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