This package provides tooling support for theme generation in Dojo 2.
Imagine a scenario in which you are using third-party widgets in your Dojo 2 application (or the widgets provided by
@dojo/widgets) and you want to theme them to match your existing application styles. This is where the
dojo create theme command helps you.
This package will quickly generate theme scaffolding for third party widgets.
dojo create theme command which displays an interactive instruction to ask two questions:
- What Package to do you want to theme?
- Which of the theme files would you like to scaffold?
Upon successful execution of this command,
dojo create theme creates a number of files for you in your app:
The latter CSS module comes ready with themable CSS selectors which you can fill in the styles for.
How do I use this package?
dojo/cli-create-theme in a Dojo 2 app:
npm install --save-dev @dojo/cli-create-theme
Run the command:
dojo create theme.
For example, if you have widgets which live in the folder:
node_modules/@dojo/widgets, you can enter:
@dojo/widgets as the answer to
What Package to do you want to theme?.
Any package that has a
theme directory containing
.m.css and coresponding, compiled definition files (
.m.css.js) is compatible.
node_modules └── package └── theme │ theme-file.m.css │ theme-file.m.css.js
How do I contribute?
We appreciate your interest! Please see the Dojo 2 Meta Repository for the Contributing Guidelines.
This repository uses
prettier for code styling rules and formatting. A pre-commit hook is installed automatically and configured to run
prettier against all staged files as per the configuration in the projects
An additional npm script to run
prettier (with write set to
true) against all
test project files is available by running:
npm run prettier
Test cases MUST be written using Intern using the Object test interface and Assert assertion interface.
90% branch coverage MUST be provided for all code submitted to this repository, as reported by istanbul’s combined coverage results for all supported platforms.
To test locally in node run:
To test against browsers with a local selenium server run:
To test against BrowserStack or Sauce Labs run: