Spark

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Spark

✨ Simple, Modular & Accessible UI Components for your React Applications

Overview

SPARK-UIreleaseAdevinta's React Design System is a comprehensive design system built specifically for React applications. It provides a collection of reusable UI components that can be easily integrated into any React project. With a focus on flexibility and customization, SPARK-UIrelease offers a wide range of features and options to enhance the user interface of your application.

Features

  • Reusable UI components: SPARK-UIrelease provides a wide range of reusable UI components such as buttons, forms, cards, and more. These components can be easily customized and integrated into your React application.
  • Flexibility and customization: The design system offers a high level of flexibility and customization options. You can easily modify the styles and behavior of the components to match your application requirements.
  • Browser support: Browser compatibility is crucial for any web application. SPARK-UIrelease declares its browser support within the package.json file, ensuring that your application works smoothly across different browsers.

Installation

To install SPARK-UIrelease, follow the steps below:

  1. Start by cloning the repository:
git clone https://github.com/adevinta/react-design-system.git
  1. Change to the project directory:
cd react-design-system
  1. Install the required dependencies:
npm install
  1. Build the project:
npm run build
  1. Finally, you can start using SPARK-UIrelease in your React application by importing the desired components:
import { Button, Form, Card } from 'spark-ui-release';

Summary

SPARK-UIrelease is a powerful React Design System that provides a collection of reusable UI components for building modern and user-friendly web applications. With its flexibility, customization options, and browser support, it offers developers a convenient and efficient way to enhance the UI of their React projects. By following the installation guide, you can easily integrate SPARK-UIrelease into your application and start utilizing its wide range of features.

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