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cbp-theme-modified

1.0.1 • Public • Published

Modified CBP Common Theme

Updated Packages/Elements

  • now supports @fortawesome/fontawesome-free package, which includes/supports Font Awesome v.5.4.1
  • refactored Vendor and Custom SASS code

This is the common UI theme for CBP. It is used for internal and external web applications. We encourage the reuse of the theme and welcome contributions. The theme is a set of artifacts (CSS, Javascript, and fonts), and we provide a static html page to demonstrate all the components available called the Kitchen Sink. We also provide a Style Guide to give guidance on how to use each component or pattern.

This project is based on Bootstrap 3 and Google's Material Design Lite open source projects that allows us to easily create and maintain. It is based on SASS.


Kitchen Sink Screenshot


Quickstart

Installation

The recommended way to get the latest CBP theme is by saving as a dependency via npm.

From your npm project, simply run:

  • npm i cbp-theme-modified --save
  • yarn add cbp-theme-modified

Note: It is recommended that you use npm to manage your frontend dependencies.
If you are not using npm, see alternative installations for other ways to get cbp-theme.

What you get

The CBP Theme artifacts are in the node_modules/cbp-theme/dist directory. The dist directory contains:

  • cbp-theme.css - Full Combined Content
  • cbp-theme.min.css - For production Use
  • cbp-theme.min.css.map - Mapped to scss for debugging
  • cbp-theme.browser.bundle.umd.js This contains everything you need except jQuery for browser consumption.
  • cbp-theme.esm5.js ESM5 Module are for use in your builds e.g. Angular, React, Webpack
  • cbp-theme.umd.js UMD Module without any dependencies bundled in in case you have the dependencies added separately.
  • cbp-theme-inputmask.umd.js jQuery Inputmask bundled with few minimum inputmask plugins required for style. Use this with cbp-theme.browser.bundle.umd.js or cbp-theme.umd.js.
  • @fortawesome/fontawesome-free*.* v5.4.1 Font Awesome Icons
  • Roboto-*.* - Roboto Fonts referenced by css
  • scss/ - For those who want to import scss files shown below:-
dist/
├── scss
│   ├── vendor
│   │   ├── _selectize_mdl_theme.scss
│   │   ├── _select2_mdl_theme.scss
│   │   ├── _roboto.scss
│   │   ├── _nouislider.scss
│   │   ├── _mdl-selectfield.scss
│   │   ├── _material_images.scss
│   │   ├── _material_custom.scss
│   │   ├── _material_cards.scss
│   │   ├── _material.scss
│   │   ├── _fontawesome.scss
│   │   ├── _datepicker.scss
│   │   └── _bootstrap.scss
│   ├── main.scss
│   └── custom
│       ├── _variables.scss
│       ├── _utilities.scss
│       ├── _type.scss
│       ├── _timelines.scss
│       ├── _tags.scss
│       ├── _tabs.scss
│       ├── _tables.scss
│       ├── _steps.scss
│       ├── _sliders.scss
│       ├── _popup.scss
│       ├── _navbar.scss
│       ├── _modals.scss
│       ├── _mixins.scss
│       ├── _load-spinners.scss
│       ├── _labels.scss
│       ├── _hacks.scss
│       ├── _globals.scss
│       ├── _forms.scss
│       ├── _filters.scss
│       ├── _containers.scss
│       ├── _colors.scss
│       ├── _buttons.scss
│       ├── _badges.scss
│       ├── _alerts.scss
│       └── _accordions.scss

Consuming cbp-theme in your ES6/TypeScript project

Whether you are using Webpack or Rullup cbp-theme package is distributed with cbp-theme.esm5.js as module. This allows you to import the required functions as below and your build will pickup the correct 3rd party dependencies installed as cbp-theme dependencies: import {applyCharLimit, applyDatePicker, applyTags, applyThirdPartySelect } from 'cbp-theme';

Consuming cbp-theme by Including in your html

Using the cbp theme is as easy as including cbp-theme.min.css and cbp-theme.browser.bundle.umd.js in your markup. Optionally cbp-theme-inputmask.umd.js can be used for inputmask. Note: cbp-theme does require jQuery 3.x or higher to be included before adding cbp-theme.js. This option is meant for in browser consumption only as apposed to using in your build. Refer to kitchensink/index.html for markup reference.

Order of Javascript Dependencies

  <!-- required CBP dependency: jQuery 3.x+ -->
  <script src="./path/to/thirdparty/js/jquery-3.3.1.min.js"></script>

  <!-- optional cbp-theme plugins -->
  <script src="./path/to/dist/cbp-theme-inputmask.umd.js"></script>

  <!-- application specific third party js files here -->
  <script src="./path/to/thirdparty/js/jquery-ui.min.js"></script>
  <script src="./path/to/thirdparty/js/alerts.js"></script>
  <script src="./path/to/thirdparty/js/select2.min.js"></script>

  <!-- js for cbp-theme should be loaded after all thirdparty js files -->
  <script src="./path/to/cbp-theme.browser.bundle.umd.js"></script>

Contributing

Please contribute to the main repository located here. This is a simple fork with some custom upgrades listed above.

License

Please refer to CBP Open Source License

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npm i cbp-theme-modified

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1.0.1

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