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x-dash is new shared front-end components for FT.com and the FT Apps. A detailed introduction is available in Google Slides.

Check out the getting started guide to begin hacking on x-dash.

How is that not Origami?

Origami components are designed to work across the whole of FT and our sub-brands, making as few assumptions as possible about the tech stack that will be consuming them. Origami components don't contain templating, only styles and behaviour. It's up to each individual app to produce markup for components.

x-dash aims to complement Origami by providing easily reusable and composable templates, flexibly enough to work across Next and Apps apps.

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