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caligram-react

0.10.3 • Public • Published

caligram-react

React components for Caligram.

Demo and documentation

The Storybook shows every component in action, along with documentation.

Usage

npm install --save caligram-react

To customize icons or text strings, pass a configuration object to caligram-react using the config method.

The icons configuration object expects React components. You can use a webpack loader to convert SVGs to React components, like SVGR.

The linkComponent expects a React component with to and onClick props. The to prop expects an object with query and pathname keys. This matches the react-router 2.0 Link component and might change in the future.

import { CaligramReact } from 'caligram-react';
import { Link } from 'react-router';
import customIcon from './images/icons/customIcon.svg';
import iconOverride from './images/icons/iconOverride.svg';
 
CaligramReact.config({
  icons: {
    customIcon: customIcon,
    search: iconOverride, // You can also override the default icons supplied by caligram-react
  },
  linkComponent: Link,
  locales: {
    {
      fr: {
        price: 'Accès',
      },
    },
  },
});

Contributing

After you clone the repository, you can begin developement and see your changes immediately using Storybook:

npm run storybook

If you want to use your developement copy of caligram-react in your project, we recommend using wml as Webpack doesn’t play nice with npm link. To use wml you’ll first need to install Watchman. Then install wml globally:

npm install -g wml

Then add the link to your project’s node_modules (you only need to do this once):

wml add ~/path/to/caligram-react ~/path/to/your-project/node_modules/caligram-react

Then run the prepare script to transpile to ES5, and start wml to sync the dist directory:

npm run prepare
wml start

wml will ask you if you want to ignore the .git and node_modules directories. Answer Yes for both.

Note that wml start will watch your dist directory and automatically sync changes; you can leave it running and run npm run prepare whenever you’ve made changes.

Testing

Run tests with the following commands:

  • npm run testonly – run tests once
  • npm run test-watch – run tests and watch for changes
  • npm test – run tests and apply lint rules

Updating the npm package

npm run prepare
npm version (major|minor|patch)
npm publish
git push origin --tags

This changes the version number in package.json, creates a new tag, and pushes to npm.

See full documentation on npm.

Thanks

caligram-react is based on React Component Development Kit.

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