Welcome to Groundhog - CSS components for Dynatrace
What is Groundhog
This is Groundhog, a CSS library for all Dynatrace web entities. Think Bootstrap, but pretty, modern and fast.
We created Groundhog to unify all Dynatrace web entities, regardless of the underlying technology. Use it to fuel your Blogs, custom dashboards, Wikis, etc. If you want to see what's possible with Groundhog, check out our showcase. We used some, if not all Groundhog components to make them look like being one and the same.
Groundhog is designed after the contents from our asset library, and features up to date implementations of the components there. Additionally, we created extra modules that come in handy when working with websites and web applications: Layouts, lightboxes, etc.
If you work in one of our GWT web applications like Ruxit or AppMon, please use the Dynatrace widget library instead. This project is just there to be a guideline or a precursor to widgets that find their way into GWT.
How to get Groundhog
You have multiple options to get Groundhog:
Use via CDN
We uploaded everything to our Dynatrace CDN, use it like that:
CSS goes in the
JS goes at the end of the
<body> tag of your page:
... all your content
VERSIONNUMBER is the version that you want to install. Check the website for more information.
Install via npm
Groundhog is available on npm:
npm install --save @dynatrace/groundhog
If you want to have a more advanced build, check us out on GitHub and do a plain build:
npm install npm run build
You will then find compiled stylesheets for all the components that we got.
You can also chime in and develop with us!
npm install npm run dev
Font and Assets
The font we're using is called Bernina. You can find downloads for this font and usage terms in our asset library. If you can't use Bernina for some reason, the open source alternative "Open Sans" works as well. Make sure you get the 300 and 400 font styles.
Same goes for the iconography used with Groundhog. You can find them in the asset package available in the asset library.
One more thing!
Groundhog is also built with Groundhog. Who would have thought?
This project is maintained by:
With contributions by: