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react-portland-ui

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React Portland UI

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A component & pattern library based on the Portland UI Kit.

Docs

If you're reading this you're here too soon!

Star the repo and come back later. Maybe it will be finished 😁

Instillation

npm install --save react-portland-ui

There's two ways to include the styles; via the compiled styles.css or using the source stylus modules avaiable at stylus/index.styl.

Using compiled styles

Best for simpler use cases without much customization.

From the root of your application:

import 'react-portland-ui/styles.css'

Using stylus modules

For more advanced cases with custom styling needs. First, install stylus-relative-loader and configure it to use the resolve url option.

From your stylus root:

@import '~react-portland-ui/dist/stylus/index'

Development

Clone the repo then

npm install
npm run dev

To use the dev version in other project use npm link. For local development use the sandbox.

Sandbox

A sandbox environment is included under sandbox.

npm run sandbox:dev

and navigate to localhost:5000.

Testing

npm test

Packages can be tested via their test.js file.

Tools you'll need to be familiar with: karma, mocha, chai, sinon, enzyme, sinon-chai, chai-enzyme.

After starting the tests don't close the spawned chrome browser, just minimize it.

Example

packages/Button/test.js

import React from 'react';
import { spy } from 'sinon';
import { render, shallow } from 'enzyme';
import Button from './index';
import { Button as FormalButton } from 'react-formal';
 
describe('<Button />', () => {
  it('renders', () => {
    const wrapper = render(<Button />);
    wrapper.should.be.present();
  });
 
  it('render children', () => {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button>Test</Button>);
    wrapper.should.have.text('Test');
  });
 
  it('renders a form button when in form context', () => {
    const context = { reactFormalContext: true };
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button />, { context });
    wrapper.find(FormalButton).should.have.length(1);
  });
 
  it('accepts a className', () => {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button className="some-class" />);
    wrapper.should.have.className('some-class');
  });
 
  it('accepts a type', () => {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button type="submit" />);
    wrapper.should.have.attr('type', 'submit');
  });
 
  it('accepts an onClick action', () => {
    const onClick = spy();
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button onClick={onClick} />);
    wrapper.simulate('click');
    onClick.should.have.been.calledOnce;
  });
 
  it('accepts a ghost prop', () => {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button ghost />);
    wrapper.should.have.className('ghost');
  });
 
  it('accepts a fluid prop', () => {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button fluid />);
    wrapper.should.have.className('fluid');
  });
 
  it('accepts a big prop', () => {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Button big />);
    wrapper.should.have.className('big');
  });
});

Documentation

npm run docs:dev

and navigate to localhost:4000.

Packages can be documented via their documentation.md file and comments inline with their propTypes.

Example

packages/Button/index.js

import React, { Component, PropTypes } from 'react';
import { Button as FormalButton } from 'react-formal';
import classnames from 'classnames';
 
export default class Button extends Component {
  static propTypes = {
    className: PropTypes.string,
    children: PropTypes.node,
    /**
     * HTML type attribute
     */
    type: PropTypes.string,
    onClick: PropTypes.func,
    /**
     * If true button is ghost style
     */
    ghost: PropTypes.bool,
    /**
     * If true button expands to fill container
     */
    fluid: PropTypes.bool,
    /**
     * If true component will be big size
     */
    big: PropTypes.bool,
  };
 
  render() {
    const classes = classnames(
      'pui--button',
      this.props.className,
      {
        ghost: this.props.ghost,
        fluid: this.props.fluid,
        big: this.props.big,
      }
    );
 
    if (this.context.reactFormalContext) {
      return (
        <FormalButton className={classes} type={this.props.type}>
          {this.props.children}
        </FormalButton>
      );
    }
 
    return (
      <button
        className={classes}
        type={this.props.type}
        onClick={this.props.onClick}
      >
        {this.props.children}
      </button>
    );
  }
}

packages/Button/documentation.md

---
module: buttons
description: A button. Push it and it does stuff.
---
 
#### Basic button
<Example>
  <Button>Button</Button>
</Example>
 
#### Ghost button
<Example>
  <Button ghost>Button</Button>
</Example>
 
#### Big button
<Example>
  <Button big>Button</Button>
</Example>

The name attribute can be resolved from the markdown front matter or inferred from the component class name.

install

npm i react-portland-ui

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version

0.2.5

license

MIT

homepage

github.com

repository

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