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seed-props

0.3.1 • Public • Published

seed-props npm version

Props mixin pack for Seed!

Install

npm install seed-props --save

Documentation

Check out our documentation of this pack.

Basic Usage

SCSS

This seed pack needs to be imported into your sass pipeline. Below is an example using Gulp:

var gulp = require('gulp');
var sass = require('gulp-sass');
var pack = require('seed-props');
 
gulp.task('sass', function () {
  return gulp.src('./sass/**/*.scss')
    .pipe(sass({
      includePaths: pack
    }))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('./css'));
});

Once that is setup, simply @import seed-props as needed in your .scss file:

// Packs
@import "pack/seed-props/_index";

Usage

prop-map

The prop-map mixin allows you to loop through a map and use arguments as variables in your styles (@content). You have to use the prop function for your @content to utilize the argument defined in your prop-map.

Simple

// Input (scss)
$grid-columns: (
  1: 10%,
  2: 20%
);
 
.col- {
  @include prop-map($grid-columns, (width)) {
    width: prop(width);
  }
}
 
// Output (css)
.col-1 {
  width: 10%; }
 
.col-2 {
  width: 20%; }

Slightly trickier (aka. Awesome)

Yo dawg. I heard you like using maps within maps. prop-map will be able to handle that!

// Input (scss)
$btn-states: (
  success: (
    background: green,
    border-color: green),
  danger: (
    background: red,
    border-color: red)
);
 
.btn {
  @include prop-map($btn-states, (background, border-color)) {
    background: prop(background);
    border-color: prop(border-color);
  }
}
 
// Output (css)
.btn-success {
  background: green;
  border-color: green; }
 
.btn-danger {
  background: red;
  border-color: red; }

P.S. For maps within maps, the arguments are based on name (not the argument order).

Install

npm i seed-props

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225

Version

0.3.1

License

MIT

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