Xynga-General is an Angular 4 library that is made up of the following components and directives:
IconComponent- used to display any of the 50+ SVG icons packaged with the library
NotificationsComponent- an extension of the angular2-notifications library that is used to display notifications with many different customization options
CodeHighlightDirective- allows printed HTML and TypeScript code to be highlighted using various colors, so that keywords, strings, and variables are easily distinguished from each other
ActionAlertComponent- displays a user selected SVG icon (using the Icon Component) overlaid with a red triangle containing an exclamation point, and a user defined message
Xynga-General is one of the 7 Xynga libraries. Each of the 7 libraries are made up of components, services, and directives that were originally developed for Vertex's Country-By-Country Reporting application. They were repackaged under the Xynga name and published on npm so that they could be made available to anyone that wishes to use them in their Angular 4 application.
To install Xynga-General, run the command
npm install xynga-general from an Angular project directory to which
you wish to install the library. It will then be available in the project's
node_modules directory. All
Xynga-General's third party dependencies will be automatically downloaded and placed in the project's
node_modules directory as well. Then, simply import
GeneralModule (from 'xynga-general') to the
appropriate module in the project.
Additionally, it is important that
"types" : ["node"] and
"typeRoots" : ["../node_modules/@types"] are
added to the
"compilerOptions" array in the project's
tsconfig.app.json file, or else the project might
not compile properly. If you are using the
angular-cli then this should be handled for you.
Detailed descriptions on how to use each individual component and directive in Xynga-General, along with examples and APIs, can be found at [XYNGA-WEBSITE].
If you have a question about how a particular component or directive works, or would like to report a bug,
email@example.com. Also, feel free to create PR's and bug reports/feature requests on the
Xynga website: [XYNGA-WEBSITE]
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2017 Jesse Aronson, Sam Black, Jiggs Gatmaitan, Nancy Gerwig, John Hart, Tim Klein, Andrew LaRoche, Peter Vink
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