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Use callout to notify and alert users of important snippets of information.



yarn add
npm install --save-dev

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import { AUcallout, AUcalloutCalendar } from './callout.js';

<AUcallout description="Description for this callout">
  AUcallout content

  description="description for this callout"
  time="Sunday 32 Jun"
  subline="Your next appointment is"
  name="Talk to boss"

All props:

  description="Description for this callout"  {/* The label is a must for screen readers */}
  attributeOptions                            {/* Any other attribute options */}
  Callout content

  description="description for this callout"  {/* The label is a must for screen readers */}
  datetime="2017-01-01T00:00:00+00:00"        {/* The date time string */}
  time="Sunday 32 Jun"                        {/* The same date but human readable */}
  subline="Your next appointment is"          {/* Your subline, optional */}
  name="Talk to boss"                         {/* The name of the event, optional */}
  dark={ false }                              {/* A dark variation of the component */}

(💡 additional props are spread onto the component)

For more details have a look at the usage example.

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Dependency graph

└─ core

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The visual test:

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Release History

  • v2.0.8 - Update dependencies
  • v2.0.7 - Removing web pack dev server, updating dependencies
  • v2.0.6 - Fixed build scripts for Windows
  • v2.0.5 - Replace node-sass with sass
  • v2.0.4 - Change npm run watch browser-sync location
  • v2.0.3 - Update dependencies
  • v2.0.2 - Change homepage link
  • v2.0.1 - Fix dependencies
  • v2.0.0 - Change to focus colour and border/muted color mix
  • v1.0.0 - Moved to AU namespace, added new color themes and spacing
  • v0.3.0 - Added pancake-react plugin, ES5 main file
  • v0.2.0 - Added react component
  • v0.1.1 - Fixed a11y contrast issue
  • v0.1.0 - 💥 Initial version

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Copyright (c) Commonwealth of Australia. Licensed under MIT.

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