screenshot of Next


🦍 A configurable component library for web built on React.


This product is a collaboration platform that allows users to customize their own DesignSystem. Designers can use the Fusion Cool plugin on sketch to receive design materials, while developers can receive code fragments on IceWorks. The platform ensures consistency between code and visual manuscript.


  • Customizable DesignSystem via Collaboration Platform
  • Design materials delivered to designers with Fusion Cool plugin on sketch
  • Code fragments delivered to developers with IceWorks
  • Consistency between code and visual manuscript


To use this product, follow the steps below:

  1. Installation using NPM:
npm install @alifd/next
  1. Import in Browser:

Use the script and link tags in the browser to import the file and use the global variable Next. The files can be found in the @alifd/next/dist directory in the npm package, or can be downloaded via unpkg.


This product is a collaboration platform that allows users to customize their own DesignSystem. It provides design materials to designers and code fragments to developers, ensuring consistency between code and visual manuscript. The platform aims to improve designer-developer collaboration and development efficiency.


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