Lion Web Components - version: X.X.X
In the README.md of the project there is very good, short explanation about what this is.
There's also a long version
Shorter, library of web-components.
Promise to be:
Lion offers a set of web components with bare functionality and no styling. You can directly install whatever you need from the library and start using it directly.
Not much magic, very straightforward approach. Writing web-components that work is not easy but also not trivial.
There's shit ton of documentation from the very beginning which is super nice. The focus on making sure people uderstand what is the library about and what are the benefits you have upfront.
You have a storybook implementation where you can play around and if you still didn't get it, the blog post really help.
More than 40 web components with utilities and everything you might need to implement forms and a, ...Bank.
I like the approach the company took and how they are pushing to start using the web standard. More to read about web-components and its hype.
The repository follows a monorepo structure with Lerna which makes it easier for them to maintain and keep it separately, this allow them to offer individual components and the user can opt to import what they need.
The structure of the repo is standard for a monorepo with rollup as a module bundler.
I really like the libraries they've picked and it seems that it evolved to a very nicely picked process.
There is a
bundlesize configuration in the package.json I find very nice. Actually, I didn't know that existed. I'll take a look
Every subpackage has a ton of documentation with examples and each components present a set of tests.
This web component library is definetely one you should at least try if you are into web component. ING bank bet for web compoenents and the idea behind this library is well executed. The quality of the documentation, examples and the set of components is sufficient