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README.md

<fxos-button>

Installation

$ npm install fxos-button

Examples

Usage

<fxos-button>normal button<fxos-button>

disable

Add disabled attribute to disable the button.

<fxos-button disabled>button disabled</fxos-button>

With icon

Button be used in conjunction with fxos-icons.

<fxos-button><i data-icon="back-light" aria-hidden="true"></i><span>Back</span></fxos-button>
<fxos-button><span>Forward</span><i data-icon="forward-light" aria-hidden="true"></i></fxos-button>

Remember to add aria-hidden="true" when both icon and text existed for Accessibility. So the screen reader will read the button text and ignore the icon text.

Circular

Add circular attribute to turn button into circular form.

<fxos-button circular><i data-icon="camera"></i></fxos-button>

Readiness

  • Accessibility (@yzen)
  • Test Coverage
  • Performance
  • Visual/UX
  • RTL

Developing locally

  1. git clone https://github.com/fxos-components/fxos-button.git
  2. cd fxos-button
  3. npm install (NPM3)
  4. npm start

Tests

  1. Ensure Firefox Nightly is installed on your machine.
  2. To run unit tests you need npm >= 3 installed.
  3. $ npm install
  4. $ npm run test-unit

If your would like tests to run on file change use:

$ npm run test-unit-dev

If your would like run integration tests, use: $ export FIREFOX_NIGHTLY_BIN=/absolute/path/to/nightly/firefox-bin $ npm run test-integration

Lint check

Run lint check with command:

$ npm run test-lint

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