design-system | 🗃 Storybook Design System | Frontend Framework library

 by   storybookjs TypeScript Version: v7.15.11 License: No License

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design-system is a TypeScript library typically used in User Interface, Frontend Framework, React applications. design-system has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Storybook Design System

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              design-system has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 1756 star(s) with 597 fork(s). There are 29 watchers for this library.
              There were 10 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 15 open issues and 22 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 38 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of design-system is v7.15.11

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              design-system has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              design-system has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              design-system code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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            Community Discussions


            Angular-CLI + TypeORM: Module parse failed: 'import' and 'export' may appear only with 'sourceType: module'
            Asked 2022-Feb-24 at 07:07

            I try to add typeorm to a new angular-cli project, but as far as I add a reference to typeorm, I get an compiler-error.



            Answered 2022-Feb-24 at 07:07

            The problem was fixed in the new TypeORM Version (0.2.44) und the build now works without build errors.




            Customization of a Stepper component (Nebular / Angular)
            Asked 2022-Jan-19 at 14:38

            I'd like to know if there's anyway I'm able to customize the scss/html template of a Nebular Stepper component. I found out that you can customize some of the scss using Nebular Custom theming but I need to change things that don't have theme variables, like the Stepper Header (Completed step icon, number appearance.. etc) and Stepper connector (Appearance, size.. etc)..

            I'm somewhat new to angular/nebular components, so I don't know how to customize the scss/html template of pre-made components, can anyone give me a hand?



            Answered 2022-Jan-19 at 14:38

            A better approach is to create your own theming in nebular instead of changing individual elements according to your need, but there is a way to achieve what you're trying as well.

            To do that you'll need to find the classes related to the stepper, and then apply your styling in your global styling files

            NOT in the component styling. That won't work as nebular has global styling set up and it will override your styling, even if you use !important

            You can use the following classes for updating the stepper:

            1. .nb-theme-corporate nb-stepper .header .step.selected .label-index

              This is for updating border/background colors for selected step

            2. .nb-theme-corporate nb-stepper .header .step.selected

              This is for changing font styling for selected step

            For all other steps, you just need to remove .step.selected and it will be applied



            Importing tokens from npm in Tailwind CSS config
            Asked 2022-Jan-17 at 14:54

            I'm checking out the Theme Configuration in Tailwind CSS. It looks really powerful, but I'm having trouble using my design tokens within the config.

            I have my tokens distributed via npm, but don't know how I can include them in my tailwind.config.js. Is there any way to include them like this? Should I use a different approach?



            Answered 2022-Jan-17 at 14:54

            As stated in the comments, using the import is mixing module formats.

            I got it working with the following configuration.



            StencilJS error with React output target - You may need an additional loader to handle the result of these loaders
            Asked 2022-Jan-10 at 08:42

            I'm creating some basic elements in Stencil for a custom design system. I created some basic components, which work fine on their own as custom elements, but throw errors when used as React components.

            I generated the React components via Stencil by includng the @stencil/react-output-target in stencil.config.ts.



            Answered 2022-Jan-10 at 08:42

            I figured out what the issue. For some reason, the dist folder was not being generated for me every time I ran npm run build.

            Sometimes it was generated, other times it wasn't. I believe it was due to some errors in my component code, which failed silently. So now I check for the dist folder every time I build the library.

            In my final, working attempt I went with the monorepo approach as advised by the Stencil team in their documentation.

            Here are all I took the steps for a basic Stencil library with a React output:

            • Create a monorepo
            • Create a Stencil Library
              • Generate components using npx stencil generate
              • Update name in package.json to MY_LIBRARY
              • npm i @stencil/react-output-target
              • Add the React Wrapper function to stencil.config.ts



            Svelte - Carbon component import breaks debugging
            Asked 2021-Oct-13 at 12:30

            I've setup a Svelte and Electron that uses Carbon Components. I have it working for the most part, but I'm stuck at debugging.

            Here's a sample component I'm using for testing:



            Answered 2021-Oct-13 at 06:15

            TL;DR: The inline source map is kinda broken, it's a bug in carbon-preprocess-svelte.

            When you use: import { Tile } from 'carbon-components-svelte', the default module resolution will import the named export Tile from a big umbrella file at carbon-components-svelte/lib/index.js, which is a big minified code bundle. Clearly this is not optimal.

            optimizeImports from carbon-preprocess-svelte is a preprocessor that tries to optimize it by reading your import code then rewriting it into sth like import Tile from "carbon-components-svelte/src/Tile/Tile.svelte".

            Obviously there's some kind of bug in this preprocessor, that produces a broken source map. To be precise, it produces a source map that misses out some mapping positions. Chrome devtool relies on these mapping positions to set a breakpoint. When it's missing, it cannot set one.

            When you manually rewrite the import, you skip this preprocessor, thus you avoid the wrong behavior. This is consistent to your current finding.

            We might rest our case here and conclude that you should avoid using optimizeImports for now, and just report the bug to carbon team. Below will dive into more details.

            This is the inline source map of the bad case:



            Angular 'app-***' is not a known element - Lazy loading modules
            Asked 2021-Aug-13 at 06:30

            I'm having a problem that i can't understand.

            Basically, i have the app module (app.module.ts) with a async route (app-routing.module.ts) to other module (design-system.module.ts). A component (design-system.component.ts) of this async module calls a component of a third module (ButtonModule). The component of main module gives no problem (AppComponent) when calling the third module, but the async module gives an error (DesignSystemModule).





            Answered 2021-Aug-13 at 06:30

            The loadChildren should load "design-system.module.ts" not the "design-system-routing.module", is the design-system.module who import "the design-system-routing.module"



            Gatsby component shadowing
            Asked 2021-Jun-05 at 09:50

            I am using a gatsby starter gatsby-theme-carbon. It has a switcher component whose code is available here. It looks like this Switcher screenshot.

            How do I disable the Switcher completely using component shadowing ? ( i.e. I don't want the Switcher at all in my website).

            Thanks in advance for the help.



            Answered 2021-Jun-05 at 09:50

            As you can see in Shadowing in Gatsby themes docs:

            This feature allows users to replace a file in the src directory that is included in the webpack bundle with their own implementation. This works for React components, pages in src/pages, JSON files, TypeScript files, as well as any other imported file (such as .css) in your site.

            The shadowing API uses a deterministic file structure approach to know which component should or shouldn't be rendered. In your case, you just can override the CSS props to display it as none, or you just shadow and return an empty component, since shadowing is used to extend Gatsby themes. Create a src/gatsby-theme-blog/components/Switcher/Switcher.js in your project and do something like:



            How to show boolean-based values, in datatable cell content, using lightning design-system-react?
            Asked 2021-May-21 at 14:04

            One of the values rendered in my is a boolean. I'm following the "Advanced: Joined with Page Header" from the components page, and I don't know how to render it correctly and without raising errors in my browser console. Here is my current code:



            Answered 2021-May-21 at 14:04

            you can use a hook for initialize your stringVal before the request..



            Published styled-components react library does not have access to user app ThemeProvider
            Asked 2021-May-04 at 13:57

            So i'm building a design system for this company and the component system is displayed correctly in the design system storybook. But when I import it in the consumer app I get the following error



            Answered 2021-May-04 at 13:57

            I've had a similar issue when developing a component library using storybook and emotion/styled-components. The issue was that I was using the styled-components' ThemeProvider from the consumer app, as you did in your _app.js. The solution was to create and export a custom ThemeProvider on the component library, using the library's styled-component package, like so:



            How to implement Fluent Design (acrylic glass and reveal highlight) in a WPF application
            Asked 2021-Apr-16 at 07:03

            I'm working on a WPF application and I would like to style it according to Fluent Design. It seems that most aspects (responsive layout, navigation etc.) can be achieved using standard WPF mechanisms, however such features as acrylic effect and reveal highlight are quite difficult to implement in WPF.

            I found certain solutions with SetWindowCompositionAttribute (Adding the "Aero Glass" blur to your Windows 10 apps), but this attribute is not documented and I'm not sure if this is the best solution. Additionally, if I understand things right, it doesn't allow me to control the acrylic color.

            Is there a good way to implement fluent design in WPF?



            Answered 2021-Apr-16 at 07:03

            Unfortunately, standard WPF controls don't provide an "official" way to implement the acrylic and reveal highlight effects.

            You can try using third-party libraries for this. For example DevExpress controls, which include both acrylic and reveal highlight features: Fluent Design Support.

            The screenshot below illustrates what you can get:

            You can download this example at How to Create a Unique Design for a WPF View using Appearance Options.

            Another possible solution is to use the FluentWPF package.


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