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    • A slush generator for a PhotoShelter.com Polymer web component based on PolymerElements/seed-element.

      published 1.0.13 5 years ago
    • webcomponent element generator

      published 0.10.1 2 years ago
    • Polymer 2.0 component generator with some convinence Yarn scripts and file structure decisions for your developing pleasure.

      published 0.0.10 3 years ago
    • File structure and Yarn scripting for developing, testing, documenting, and deploying a web component.

      published 0.0.11 3 years ago
    • The Feather Icons you know and love as Template Literals tagged with a settable processor.

      published 1.0.0-rc.11 a year ago
    • The `<sp-icons-medium>` and `<sp-icons-large>` elements that are included in this package supply your application with the Spectrum CSS Icons at both the medium and large sizes for use via the `<sp-icon>` element also provided by the Spectrum Web Componen

      published 0.7.8 2 months ago
    • An `<sp-menu />` is used for creating a menu list. The various elements inside a menu are given as `<sp-menu-group/>`, `<sp-menu-item />`, or `<sp-menu-divider />`.

      published 0.1.11 a year ago
    • An **overlay-root** defines the DOM element which defines the bounds in which overlay elements (e.g. `sp-popover`) are rendered. An overlay root is intended to be used with an [`overlay-trigger`](/components/overlay-trigger). Please see the documentation

      published 0.1.7 2 years ago
    • Extend either the `Iconset` or `IconsetSVG` exports of this package to supply your application with a custom icon set to power the use of `<sp-icon>` elements throughout. Give your new icon set a custom name, and you'll be ready to supply them as `<sp-ico

      published 0.5.7 3 months ago
    • An `<sp-banner>` is an additional label an existing component may have. Banners cannot be interacted with. Banners in Spectrum have three variations for different uses as well as the ability to place it overlaid in the top-right corner of a container.

      published 0.6.7 a month ago
    • **sp-radio** and **sp-radio-group** allow users to select a single option from a list of mutually exclusive options. All possible options are exposed up front for users to compare.

      published 0.1.18 a year ago
    • An `<sp-link>` allow users to navigate to a different location. They can be presented in-line inside a paragraph or as a standalone text.

      published 0.9.8 7 days ago
    • An `<sp-card>` represents a rectangular card that contains a variety of text and image layouts. Cards are typically used to encapsulate units of a data set, such as a gallery of image/caption pairs.

      published 0.8.18 7 days ago
    • An `<sp-popover>` is used to display transient content (menus, options, additional actions etc.) and appears when clicking/tapping on a source (tools, buttons, etc.) It stands out via its visual style (stroke and drop shadow) and floats on top of the rest

      published 0.9.18 7 days ago
    • An **overlay-trigger** is used to overlay content that is positioned relative to another control. Two kinds of triggers are supported, `hover` and `click`. Each may have it's own content.

      published 0.1.7 2 years ago
    • An `<sp-menu>` is used for creating a menu list. The various elements inside a menu are given as `<sp-menu-group>`, `<sp-menu-item>`, or `<sp-menu-divider>`. Often a `<sp-menu>` element will appear in a `<sp-popover>` element so that it displays as a togg

      published 0.9.6 7 days ago
    • A `<sp-dropzone>` is an area on the screen into which an object can be dragged and dropped to accomplish a task. For example, a DropZone might be used in an upload workflow to enable the user to drop a file from their operating system into the DropZone, w

      published 0.7.10 7 days ago
    • `<sp-radio>` and `<sp-radio-group>` allow users to select a single option from a list of mutually exclusive options. All possible options are exposed up front for users to compare.

      published 0.7.14 7 days ago
    • An `<sp-illustrated-message>` displays an illustration icon and a message, usually in an empty state or on an error page. It is also used inside a DropZone.

      published 0.6.12 a month ago
    • An `<sp-button>` represents an action a user can take. sp-buttons can be clicked or tapped to perform an action or to navigate to another page. sp-buttons in Spectrum have several variations for different uses and multiple levels of loudness for various a

      published 0.14.9 7 days ago
    • `<sp-icon>` renders an icon to the page. By default the `name` attribute will pair with separately registered icon sets to deliver the icons. When not present, `<sp-icon>` will subsequently check for its `src` attribute which could populate the icon via a

      published 0.9.11 a month ago
    • Shared mixins, tools, etc. that support developing Spectrum Web Components.

      published 0.12.9 7 days ago
    • `<sp-slider>` allows users to quickly select a value within a range. They should be used when the upper and lower bounds to the range are invariable.

      published 0.10.10 7 days ago
    • Side navigation allows users to locate information and features within the UI. It can be used for either hierarchical or flat navigation, and gives the ability to group navigable items categorically. Side navigation is an opportunity to prioritize content

      published 0.10.10 7 days ago
    • Spectrum Web Components are a [`LitElement`](https://lit-element.polymer-project.org) powered web component library of patterns built ontop of the [Spectrum CSS](https://opensource.adobe.com/spectrum-css) specification. Styles for these components are mad

      published 0.9.11 a month ago
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