Welcome to my `Shield` component.


Keywords
hacktoberfest, storybook
License
MIT
Install
npm install @doc-blocks/shield@0.8.15

Documentation

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doc-blocks

A design system for doc-blocks UI components, built on @design-systems/cli.

👍 Philosophy

This repo contains a collection of components that make writing rich component documentation with @storybook/addon-docs a breeze!

🚀 Usage

To use a component from this repo you will first need to install the component into your project.

For an example we will try to use the @doc-blocks/row component.

npm i @doc-blocks/row
# or with yarn
yarn add @doc-blocks/row

Then to use the component in your code just import it!

import { Row } from "@doc-blocks/row";

If you don't want to install all of the different components you can install doc-blocks.

🤝 Contributing

To create a new component:

yarn run create

Follow the prompts and you will have a new sub-package for your component!

# First link the package
yarn
# Then start developing
cd components/<Component Name>
yarn run dev

Before submitting a pull request ensure that all of the following work:

  1. yarn build
  2. yarn lint
  3. yarn test

How to use the scripts

Inside the package.json there are a bunch of scripts that this repo uses to run the project in development and to build the project.

Below you can read a description of scripts you should use while developing in this project.

  • yarn dev: Builds everything and starts a storybook with all components
  • yarn test: Run jest over the test files
  • yarn lint: Lint all files using eslint
  • yarn clean: Remove all dependencies, build files, and generated files from the project
  • yarn create: Create a new components withing the repo
  • yarn create:package: Create a new package withing the repo
  • yarn size: Determine how your changes effect the size of all sub-packages

Package Level scripts

Every command works at both the monorepo and package level. The means you can run some script from just the package/component for a faster development experience.

  • yarn dev: Build any dependency in the monorepo the component depends on, and start a storybook with just the component
  • yarn test: Test just the component
  • yarn lint: Lint just the component
  • yarn clean: Clean the generated files for just the component
  • yarn size: Determine how your changes effect the size of the component

Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


Andrew Lisowski

💻 📖 💡 🚇

Kelly Harrop

📖 💻

Kendall Gassner

💻

Sean Powell

📖 💡 ⚠️ 💻

Josh Harwood

💻

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!