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@onaio/list-view

Ona shared JavaScript components and utilities

by onaio

0.0.3 (see all)License:Apache-2.0TypeScript:Built-In
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This is the home of shared javascript components and utilities for Ona.

Typescript Support

It is actually recommended to create all new packages using Typescript. The instructions above on how to add a new package are all that you need to get started.

In addition to the above instructions, you need to create a tsconfig.json file next to the package.json file inside your new package's directory.

The contents of this file should be something like:

{
  "extends": "../../tsconfig.json",
  "compilerOptions": {
    "outDir": "dist",
    "declarationDir": "dist/types"
  },
  "include": ["src"]
}

Contribution

Contribution is highly encouraged. If you have something - a tool, a component, a useful utility function, etc. - that would be useful to others then by all means please add it to this repository.

Right now this repo is organised as such:

js-tools/
  packages/
    package1/
      package.json
      index.js
    package2/
      package.json
      index.js
  package.json
  lerna.json

The packages directory is meant to hold all our shared js tools as "packages".

Contribution Guidelines

High level design goals/guidelines for packages are:

  • Clean standards-compliant code.
  • Don't reinvent the wheel.
  • Don't repeat yourself
  • As-good-as-possible Documentation.
  • A small set of orthogonal features. If two features are very similar, one should be removed.

** these are inspired by fish.

Viewing Available Packages

We use Storybook to showcase most packages.

To view this, simply run:

yarn storybook

Creating a New Package

cd packages

Once we’re in the correct directory, we can create and cd into our new package

mkdir my-new-package && cd my-new-package

Then we create a new package.json by running yarn init:

yarn init

The new name should follow our NPM Org scope e.g. @onaio

It’s also important to have the new package start at a version like 0.0.0 because once we do our first publish using Lerna, it’ll be published at 0.1.0 or 1.0.0.

Here's an example sample package.json for a js/jsx package:

// package.json
{
  "name": "@onaio/my-new-package",
  "version": "0.0.0",
  "main": "dist/my-new-package.js", // replace this if different
  "author": "Ona Engineering",
  "license": "Apache-2.0",
  "bugs": {
    "url": "https://github.com/onaio/js-tools/issues"
  },
  "scripts": {
    "jest": "jest --coverage --verbose --color",
    "transpile": "babel src -d dist --root-mode upward --ignore '**/*.test.js,**/*.test.jsx,**/tests,**/__tests__'"
  },
  // the list of files to be included by npm when the package is published
  "files": ["dist"],
  "publishConfig": { "access": "public" },
  // hook up global testing with lerna
  "jest": {
    "setupFiles": ["../../setupTests"]
  },
  // example minimal dependencies that you have to declare for React components
  "peerDependencies": {
    "react": "^16.8.1"
  },
  "dependencies": {
    "prop-types": "^15.6.1"
  },
  "devDependencies": {
    "react": "^16.8.1",
    "enzyme": "^3.8.0",
    "enzyme-adapter-react-16": "^1.9.1",
    "enzyme-to-json": "^3.3.5"
  }
}

Here's an example sample package.json for a ts/tsx package:

{
  "name": "@onaio/my-new-typescript-package",
  "version": "0.0.0",
  "description": "My new my-new-typescript-package",
  "main": "dist/my-new-typescript-package.js",
  // you WILL need to edit this next line if you have more type declarations
  "types": "dist/types",
  "repository": "https://github.com/onaio/js-tools",
  "author": "Ona Engineering",
  "license": "Apache-2.0",
  "bugs": {
    "url": "https://github.com/onaio/js-tools/issues"
  },
  "scripts": {
    "jest": "jest --coverage --verbose --color",
    "tsc": "tsc",
    "transpile": "babel src -d dist --root-mode upward --extensions '.ts,.tsx'  --ignore '**/*.test.ts,**/*.test.tsx,**/tests,**/__tests__'"
  },
  // the list of files to be included by npm when the package is published
  "files": ["dist"],
  "publishConfig": { "access": "public" },
  // hook up global testing with lerna
  "jest": {
    "setupFiles": ["../../setupTests"]
  },
  // example minimal dependencies that you have to declare for React components
  "peerDependencies": {
    "react": "^16.8.1"
  },
  "dependencies": {
    "@types/react-table": "^6.7.22",
    "prop-types": "^15.6.1"
  }
}

Additionally, a new Typescript package must have a tsconfig.json file that looks like so:

{
  "extends": "../../tsconfig.json",
  "compilerOptions": {
    "outDir": "dist",
    "declarationDir": "dist/types"
  },
  "include": ["src"]
}

Add a story

Don't forget to add a story for the new package, if possible. This allows easy discovery and documentation for other developers or users of js-tools.

Testing

We recommend that you put your tests in a directory named tests inside your package and that you name your test files something like awesome.tests.js

To run tests, you do:

yarn test

This command translates to yarn run jest and so you can supply all the usual jest options.

Linting

You can run tlint on .ts/.tsx files by doing:

yarn lint-ts

You can run eslint on .js/.jsx files by doing:

yarn lint-js

Transpiling the package and generating type definations for it

You can transpile a package running the following commands in the root directory of the individual packages:

The command to do this depends on whether the package uses javascript or Typescript.


# javascript package
yarn babel src -d dist --root-mode upward --ignore '**/*.test.js,**/*.test.jsx,**/tests,**/__tests__'

#typescript package
yarn babel src -d dist --root-mode upward --extensions '.ts,.tsx' --ignore '**/*.test.ts,**/*.test.tsx,**/tests,**/__tests__'

Your transpiled package is saved in the dist directory.

Type definitions are generated by running the following command in the root directory of the individual packages directory:

tsc

What this does is generate type definations for the package that are store in the dist/types directory.

Publishing

Prepare for publishing

Before we publish our packages, we need to prepare them. Currently, this means we need to do two things: generating Typescript type delcaration files, and transpiling the code.

You will need to switch to the package that you want to publish by running

cd packages/SomePackage

Transpile the package - this will create the distribution-ready files:

The command to do this depends on whether the package uses javascript or Typescript.

# javascript package
yarn babel src -d dist --root-mode upward --ignore '**/*.test.js,**/*.test.jsx,**/tests,**/__tests__'

# typescript package
yarn babel src -d dist --root-mode upward --extensions '.ts,.tsx'  --ignore '**/*.test.ts,**/*.test.tsx,**/tests,**/__tests__'

Note that you may need to copy non-js/non-typescript files to the dist directory manually e.g. css files

Once this is done, commit any changes to the dist folder.

Next, generate type declaration files for packages written in Typescript:

yarn tsc

Once this is done, commit changes to the types folder. You may have to ignore some stubborn linter warnings.


Once you have done the above, you would then push your changes, have your code reviewed and eventually merged to master before you proceed.

Actually publish

Assuming that you have the js-tools repo cloned locally, switch to the master branch and proceed:

  1. To authenticate with Github, you need to define the following environment variable:

GH_TOKEN (required) - Your GitHub authentication token (under Settings > Developer settings > Personal access tokens)

  1. Next, tag releases on Github and create a changelog for all updated packages:
lerna version --create-release=github --conventional-commits
  1. At this point, we are ready to publish to npm. You would, of course, need to log in to npm first:
npm login
  1. Finally, publish the packages to the npm registry:
lerna publish from-git

You may want to checkout documentation for the lerna version and lerna publish commands.

Resources

The following links provide useful resources to help you contribute to this repo:

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