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Component library for creating applications facing a yuuvis® MOMENTUM backend.


This library provides yuuvis developers with a collection of UI components for creating their own client applications. It depends on @yuuvis/core and is also the foundation of the yuuvis® client application.


First you need to install the npm module:

npm install @yuuvis/framework --save


1. Import YuvCoreModule:

To use @yuuvis/framework in your Angular project you have to import YuvCoreModule.forRoot() in the root NgModule of your application.

import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { YuvCoreModule } from '@yuuvis/framework';

  imports: [BrowserModule, YuvCoreModule.forRoot()],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
export class AppModule {}

2. Configure YuvCoreModule:

In order to use @yuuvis/framework library you need to provide a set of files that will configure the behaviour of the module.

Main configuration

The main configuration file is supposed to be located at assets/default/config/main.json. By default it looks like this:

  "core": {
    "apiBase": {
      "core": "/api",
      "api-web": "/api-web/api"
    "languages": [
        "iso": "de",
        "label": "Deutsch"
        "iso": "en",
        "label": "English",
        "fallback": true
    "logging": {
      "level": "debug"

The @yuuvis/framework library sets up a translations module that can be used within the application that you are creating. This module will be bound to the language a user has set up on the yuuvis® MOMENTUM backend. In order to be able to initialize this module the core config needs to know about where you store your translation files. By default they are supposed to be at assets/default/i18n/.

Inside those folder you then provide a file for each supported language (en.json, de.json). If you do not need translations, just provide empty files here.

Custom configuration locations

You are able to change the defaults for the configuration by providing different locations to the module config when you import YuvFrameworkModule.

  imports: [
      main: ['assets/my-custom-path/config/main.json'],
      translations: ['assets/my-custom-path/i18n/']
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
export class AppModule {}

3. Use YuvFrameworkModule:

Once you finshed steps one and two you are ready to go. Just use the components like any other UI component. For details check out @yuuvis/framework documentation.


Make sure that your project is running on a recent Angular version. If you are not yet on Angular 9, update your project:

 `ng update @angular/cli@^9 @angular/core@^9`.

You may also want to update your global Angular CLI to version 9:

npm uninstall -g @angular/cli
npm cache verify
# if npm version is < 5 then use `npm cache clean`
npm install -g @angular/cli@latest




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