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Kube Design

Kube Design is a set of React component libraries created for KubeSphere console.

NPM

Requirement

Installation

yarn add @kube-design/components

Example

import React, { Component } from "react";

import { Button } from "@kube-design/components";

class Example extends Component {
  render() {
    return <Button>Button</Button>;
  }
}

Import All Styles

There are two ways to import style files.

Use css

The css file can be imported directly, so no additional configuration is required in the webpack configuration file.

import "@kube-design/components/esm/styles/index.css";

Use scss

If you import the scss file, you may need to compile this part of the scss file in the webpack configuration file.

import "@kube-design/components/esm/styles/index.scss";

webpack.config.js

// module.rules
[
  ...otherRules,
  {
    test: /\.s[ac]ss$/i,
    include: root("node_modules"),
    use: ["style-loader", "css-loader", "sass-loader"],
  },
];

Modular Import

You can use babel-plugin-import to load the component library on demand.

When loading on demand, styles will also be imported on demand. You don't need to import all styles, only main.scss.

Configure the babel as follows:

// babel.config.js

const getBabelPluginImportConfig = require('@kube-design/components/babel.plugin.import')

...

"plugins": [
  ['import', getBabelPluginImportConfig()],
]

Import the main.scss instead of index.scss

import "@kube-design/components/esm/styles/main.scss";

Localization

Kube Design use LocaleProvider component to support localization.

  1. Define locales
// locales.js

const locales = {
  "en-US": {
    HELLO: "Hello!",
  },
  "zh-CN": {
    HELLO: "你好!",
  },
};

export default locales;
  1. Use the LocaleProvider component to wrap the root node

The locale method can be assigned to window for easy use.

import React from "react";
import ReactDOM from "react-dom";
import { LocaleProvider } from "@kube-design/components";
import locales from "./locales";
import App from "./App";

window.locale = LocaleProvider.locale;

const App = () => (
  <LocaleProvider locales={locales} currentLocale="en">
    <App />
  </LocaleProvider>
);

ReactDOM.render(<App />, document.getElementById("root"));
  1. In the root node App.jsx and its child nodes, use locale.get('key') to get the language text
import React from "react";
import { Button } from "@kube-design/components";

export default () => <Button>{locale.get("HELLO")}</Button>;

License

MIT © kubesphere