Core Components

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Core Components

Alfa-Bank UI library


The document provides information about a product, including its features, installation guide, and development instructions. The product appears to be a library or framework for developing web components.


  • Release Tests Coverage Status: Provides information about the coverage status of release tests.
  • Demo Build: Offers a demo build of the product for testing and demonstration purposes.
  • Commitizen Friendly: Supports the Commitizen tool for commit linting and generation of the CHANGELOG.MD file.
  • Storybook with Documentation and Sandbox: Includes a Storybook with documentation and a sandbox environment for easier component development and testing.
  • Theming: Provides a guide for theme customization and configuration.
  • Supported Browsers: Supports the latest stable versions of popular browsers, with exceptions for IE11+ and Android 5+ (Mobile Chrome).
  • Signatures of Callbacks: Explains the two arguments passed in callback functions: event (SyntheticEvent object) and payload (additional data object).
  • Importing Components within Components: Explains how to import and use components within other components in a monorepository setup.
  • Releases: Describes the commands and steps for releasing new versions, including beta releases.
  • Commits: Discusses commitlint setup, AngularJS commit conventions, and the use of commitizen for easier commit creation.
  • Component Builds: Provides import examples for different types of component builds: ES5, ES5 with CSS modules, and ES2020.
  • Contribution Guidelines: Encourages users to contribute to the product by submitting pull requests or issues.
  • Maintainers: Lists the maintainers of the product.


To install the product, follow these steps:

  1. Install all components: Each component is published as a separate package, so you can choose to install only the required components instead of the entire library.
  2. Usage: Instructions on how to use the product are not specified in the document.


The analyzed document provides information about a library or framework that includes features such as release tests coverage status, a demo build, Commitizen friendliness, a Storybook with documentation and a sandbox, theming, and more. The document also includes installation instructions and guidance for development, releases, commits, component builds, contribution guidelines, and the list of maintainers.


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