We offer this seed project in three different build systems:
Angular-CLI version (branch: master)
Webpack 2 version (branch: webpack)
SystemJS version (branch: systemjs)
This seed version provides the following out of the box:
- Angular 2 application with @clr/icons, @clr/ui and @clr/angular included
- Development and production builds
- Unit test setup with Jasmine and Karma
- End-to-end test setup with Protractor
- SASS processor
- And other goodies that come with Angular-CLI (v1.0.0-beta.20-4)
git clone https://github.com/vmware/clarity-seed.git cd clarity-seed # install the project's dependencies yarn # or run "npm install" # starts the application in dev mode and watches your files for livereload ng serve
# generating a new component ng g component my-new-component # generating a new directive ng g directive my-new-directive # to learn more about Angular-CLI commands and their usages ng help
For comprehensive documentation on Angular-CLI, please see their github repository.
Test and build scripts
# running unit tests ng test # running e2e tests ng e2e # dev build ng build # prod build ng build --prod
For documentation on the Clarity Design System, including a list of components and example usage, see our website.
. ├── README.md ├── karma.conf.js <- configuration of the test runner ├── package.json <- dependencies of the project ├── protractor.config.js <- e2e tests configuration ├── src/ <- source code of the application │ ├── app/ │ │ └── component/ │ │ └── <component>.component.html │ │ └── <component>.component.scss │ │ └── <component>.component.spec.ts │ │ └── <component>.component.ts │ │ └── app.component.html │ │ └── app.component.scss │ │ └── app.component.ts │ │ └── app.e2e-spec.js <- sample e2e spec file │ │ └── app.module.ts │ │ └── app.routing.ts │ │ └── main.ts <- boostrap file for the angular app │ └── index.html ├── angular-cli.json <- configuration of the angular-cli ├── tsconfig.json <- configuration of the typescript project ├── tslint.json <- sample configuration file for tslint └── yarn.lock
The Clarity project team welcomes contributions from the community. For more detailed information, see CONTRIBUTING.md.
The clarity-seed project is licensed under the MIT license.
If you find a bug or want to request a new feature, please open a GitHub issue.