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    @dom-native/ui is a minimalist set of base dom-native UI component based on DOM component (customElements) with a minimal style based on google material.


    • Based on DOM native browser web component support (.e.g., customElements)
      • i.e., NO virtual DOM, NO parallel component model, NO polyfill, just based on HTMLElement customElement base class.
    • Use modern CSS (CSS Var, CSS Grid)
    • Default Google Material Style and Component Sets
    • UI and CSS Designed to be highly stylable (UI states expressed in concise css class name, css driven layout)
    • Target only for modern browser: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge Chromium.

    IMPORTANT This component set is still under development. 0.1.x is going to be mostly releases for our own projects as API / Style might change significantly. Base component set will be stabilized in subsequent major or minor releases.


    • npm install dom-native (install the core dom-native library, DOM Centric MVC)
    • npm install @dom-native/ui
    • Add the ./node_module/ui/dist/css/all.css in your html or css bundle.
    • Or if you use pcss you can do like
    @import './node_module/ui/pcss/all.pcss'
    • Add the following in your main javascript file
    // load all ui components (as the constructors will be called by the browser)
    import '@dom-native/ui'; 
    // Load default icon set as <svg><symbol></symbol></svg> doc in the html head. 
    import { defaultIcons } from '@dom-native/ui';

    Current components

    • d-input
    • d-check
    • d-select
    • d-ico
    • d-symbol

    Future components

    • d-popup
    • d-dialog
    • d-img
    • d-combo


    npm i @dom-native/ui

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