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Here you will find out how to download external dependencies and where to place them, together with your own asset files.
Yves UI must be implemented on project level.
You can use the package manager that you prefer, but we strongly recommend to use
Yves come with themes: they are basically UI dresses.
You can create a new theme by creating a folder under
@project/assets/Yves and placing your assets there.
@project/package.json manifest file to manage all external dependencies.
npm install --save jquery bootstrap font-awesome # add yves direct dependencies npm install --save-dev sass-loader node-sass # add build dev dependencies
Zed UI can be extended on a project level.
Each module that implements a UI may have external dependencies. They are declared in the corrisponding
@core/<module-name>/assets/Zed/pakage.json manifest file. Do not change this file as it’s part of a core module. If you want to add a new dependency to Zed, see the Download External Dependencies section.
To download the module dependencies, you can use the package manager that you prefer, but we strongly recommend to use
They will be eventually stored under the
Zed has one theme only.
You can extend the Zed UI by creating
@project/assets.zed and place your assets in there. Use
oryx-for-zed to include and manage your code.
Download External Dependencies
The best way to download all the external dependencies is by using
cd /path/to/your/project-root ./setup -i
cd /path/to/your/project-root npm install
cd /path/to/gui/module npm install
cd /path/to/another/module npm install
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