NHS.UK frontend contains the code you need to start building user interfaces for NHS websites and services.
You’re welcome to start using it but please be aware that we’re still testing it with NHS.UK teams. We expect to release the tested version in early January 2019.
Visit the NHS digital service manual for examples of components and guidance for when to use them. If we haven’t yet published guidance on the component you want, please email us or get in touch on the NHS digital service manual Slack workspace.
How to install NHS.UK frontend
1. Install with package managers
We recommend that you install NHS.UK frontend using node package manager (npm).
Other package managers will become available in early 2019, such as yarn and Python Package Index (PyPi).
2. Install by using compiled files
You can also install NHS.UK frontend using our compiled files, if you are not currently using a package manager.
Browsers and assistive technology
Visit our support for browsers and assistive technology, for details on operating systems and software.
Read our contributing guidelines to contribute to NHS.UK frontend.
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The codebase is released under the MIT License, unless stated otherwise. This covers both the codebase and any sample code in the documentation. The documentation is © Crown copyright and available under the terms of the Open Government 3.0 licence.