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    This package contains the most powerful components using react.

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    In order to use this components you should add the following line to your App.js or your index.css

    import 'c3-ui/assets/c3-ui.css'

    Which styles all the components used here.

    You can import all the components throught its corresponding group

    import { DangerButton } from 'elements/Buttons'


    Run the project

    Are you developing the


    $ yarn 
    $ yarn run start


    $ npm install 
    $ npm run start

    Folders Architecture

    ├── lib
        └── generics
        └── elements
        └── components
        └── styles
            ├── base
            ├── components
            ├── elements
            ├── fonts
            ├── generics
            ├── vendor
            └── index.scss
    ├── node_modules
    ├── test-config
        ├── coverage
        ├── jest
        ├── file-mock.js
        ├── jest-setup.js
        ├── polyfills.js
        └── style-mock.js
    ├── stories
        └── .storybook
        └── all-stories
    ├── .babelrc
    ├── .eslint
    ├── .eslintignore
    ├── .gitignore
    ├── .nvmrc
    ├── .prettierignore
    ├── .prettierrc.json
    ├── jsconfig.json
    ├── .env
    └── README.md

    Components structure

    You can preview all the components in the storybook after you run the project in the following url:

    • Generics

      • Placed in src/library/Generics

      layer: (UI/CSS)

      Here you can create generic Generics that will be useful in the next layer.


      • You're able to make CSS changes through classes

        • colors
        • border
        • shadows
        • padding
        • margin
        • ...etc
      • Implement BEM methodology

      • Import the sass file of the component in app.scss

      • You will regularly use HTML Generics

      • Not Semantic Generics

      • Only imports of the same level are allowed

      • Import any of this component through due to babel-module-resolver, its config is placed in .babelrc

           import { Button, IconButton } from 'generics/Buttons'



      class Input extends Component {
        static propTypes = {
          onChange: PropTypes.func,
          value: PropTypes.any,
          type: PropTypes.string
        state = {
          value: ''
        onChange = event => {
          const { onChange } = this.props
          if (onChange) {
          } else {
            this.setState({ value: event.target.value })
        render() {
          const { value: parentValue } = this.props
          return (
              type={this.props.type || 'text'}
              value={parentValue ? parentValue : this.state.value}
    • Elements

      • Placed in src/library/Elements

      layer: (UI/CSS)


      • You're able to make CSS changes through classes
        • colors
        • border
        • shadows
        • padding
        • margin
        • ...etc
      • Implement BEM methodology
      • Import the sass file of the component in app.scss
      • Semantic Generics



      import { Input } from 'generics/FormInputs/Inputs'
      const TextInput = props => {
        return <Input type="text" {...props} />
      export default TextInput
    • Components

      • Placed in src/library/components

      layer: (UX/Int)


      • You are able to use any element created

      • You're able to change styles in css of the following attributes changes through classes

        • padding
        • margin
        • position
        • use of the breakpoints

        As you can see only attributes according to layout style

      • Semantic Components

      • You can put some logic that is only for that specific component


      MainMenuLinks.js contains:

      <Frame className="main-menu-links" justify>
        <FrameItem className="main-menu-links__item">

      OpenQuestion.js which is composed of some Elements as: Frame, TextInput, Label, Title

        <FrameItem><Title>Pregunta 1</Title>
        <FrameItem small={2}>
          <Label>Responde con lo que quieras.</Label>
        <FrameItem small={8}>

    Available Scripts

    In the project directory, you can run:

    npm run version

    Checks the current version published on npmjs.org

    npm run autoprefix:css

    Autoprefixes the css styles to be available on most browsers.

    npm run dev:css

    Watches for changes in .scss.
    Files must be inside src/ folder

    npm run dev:js

    Compiles the .js files for development stage

    npm run dev:storybook

    Runs the storybook alone without compiling .scss files
    Remember to have an **index.css** because it is imported in **app.js**

    npm run dev:test

    Starts the test runner called jest and executes it on watch mode.

    npm run dev:frontend

    Compiles de scss files and autoprefixes the result file. Furthermore giving you the css compiled file, it will compile js files and run the storybook.

    npm run dev

    Generates a test file which is a helper for jest addon placed on storybook.
    Runs the storybook and the .scss files are compiled.
    If you want tests to be on watch mode you should execute `npm run dev:test`

    npm run build:css

    Creates the compiled index.css file for production

    npm run build:js

    Compiles the .js files for production stage

    npm run build

    Compiles the .scss files and .js files for production
    The generated files will be available through npm package

    npm run build:storybook

    Compiles the .scss files and .js files for production in `dist` folder

    npm run prettier

    Formats all the code with a line of coding defined in **.prettierrc.json**

    npm run prettier-watch

    In case you do not have the plugin installed (Prettier Code Formatter) you can run this command and this will watch for all your changes.

    npm run eslint

    Checks for any errors in your code according to rules defined in **.eslintrc.json**

    npm run dev:generate-test

    Generates a test file with results. This file is a helper to be used on storybook(Shows the results in a section)

    npm run test

    Make sure you have [Watchman installed](https://facebook.github.io/watchman/docs/install.html)
    Runs test suites (all files with .test.js)

    npm run prebuild:storybook

    Executes `dev:generate-test` before storybook is built.

    npm run dev:generate-test-watch

    Regenerates the tests result file to be used on storybook.

    Useful vscode plugins

    • ES7 React/Redux/Graph ... - Dsznajder
    • Docker - microsoft
    • DotEnv - mikestead
    • ESLint - Dirk Baeumer
    • IntelliSense for Css - Zigng
    • Jest Snippets - andys8
    • Material Icon Theme - Philipp WebKitFileEntry
    • Path Intellisense - Christian Kohler
    • Prettier Code Formatter - Esben Petersen
    • Scss Intellisense - Mrmlnc

    How to write your code

    • Imports

      • Import using babelrc module resolver


            import { Frame } from 'generics/Frames'

        You are able to import the following that poinst to:

      From Points to
      generics ./lib/generics
      elements ./lib/elements
      components ./lib/components
      styles ./lib/styles
      stories ./stories/all-stories
    • Imports(Continue..)

      • Import order

        • Use modules imports

        • Use library imports

          • Generics First
          • Elements Secondly
          • Components Lastly
      • Space after import

        • Make sure to use a breakline after each variety of library


          import React from 'react'
          import PropTypes from 'prop-types'
          import { Frame } from 'generics/Frames'
          import { ImageButton, SubmitButton } from 'elements/Buttons'
    • CSS

      Do not use style attribute on elements, but if the layer of the component allows you to add a class, go forward.


      style={{color: 'red'}}


    • Adding New Input Components

      You should be able to get the props according to the input Type due to the prefixed value.

        getInputProps = () => {
          const { componentType } = this.props
          switch (componentType) {
            case 'CT':
              return {
                onChange: this.onChangeCT
            case 'RF':
              return { 
                onChange: this.onChangeRF 

      In order to add a new input type, you should be aware of the two prefixes.

    Prefix Description
    CT Controlled
    RF Controlled

    Make updates

    Remember to use the following commands if you have made changes and you want to make it available $ npm run build

    $ npm version patch
    $ npm publish 
    • In case you have made a patch version

      $ npm version patch 
    • In case you have made a minor version

      $ npm version minor 
    • In case you have made a major version

      $ npm version major 

    Remember to use a tag when publishing if you think it is not necesary to update it.

    .ENV file

    Useful ENV variables:


    Adding a change to library

    ALWAYS Remember to patch your version with npm version patch so it can pass the publish package stage correctly on CI/CD.

    • Pass axios instance when required a fetch function required.


    npm i @wiggot/c3-ui

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