Modus React Bootstrap
Modus React Bootstrap is a React-based component library extended from React Bootstrap developed as a common, open source platform for all of Trimble’s web applications built on React. The framework is designed and managed by the Trimble UX Council.
Modus React Bootstrap is built upon and extends the React Bootstrap v1.6.x code framework combined with the styles from Modus Bootstrap. You can use the Modus React Bootstrap CSS files as is, or integrate the Sass files into your own application if you wish to modify it further.
Install with npm
Install Modus React Bootstrap Framework in your Node.js powered apps with our npm package:
$ npm install @trimbleinc/modus-react-bootstrap
The components will be found in the
~/node_modules/@trimbleinc/modus-react-bootstrap/ directory. Above command will also install the dependencies needed for styles,
You can either import the compiled CSS files from
~/node_modules/@trimbleinc/modus-react-bootstrap/css/dist/ or use the Sass files found in
With Sass files, you can begin to modify any of the Sass variables and maps in your custom style sheet.
The main file to focus on is the
_light-theme.scss file (and/or
_dark-theme.scss if you want a dark look).
Modus icons are required for some of the components like
TreeView. To use the icons, include the following:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/icon?family=Material+Icons" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://modus.trimble.com/assets/fonts/modus-icons.css" />
Yarn is the package manager, check out setup
instructions here if you don't have it installed already.
After that you can run
yarn run bootstrap to install all the needed dependencies and build a local copy of the library with
yarn run build.
To test the changes on a browser locally you can use the test project sample-workspace and
yarn start will start a development site.
See the contributing guidelines for how to propose bugfixes and improvements.