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wired-elements - Collection of elements that appear hand drawn. Great for wireframes.

  •    Javascript

Wired Elements is a series of basic UI Elements that have a hand drawn look. These can be used for wireframes, mockups, or just the fun hand-drawn look. The elements are drawn with enough randomness that no two renderings will be exactly the same - just like two separate hand drawn shapes.

frontend - :lollipop: Frontend for Home Assistant

  •    TypeScript

This is the repository for the official Home Assistant frontend. A complete guide can be found at the following link. It describes a short guide for the build of project.

lit - Lit is a simple library for building fast, lightweight web components.

  •    Javascript

Lit is a simple library for building fast, lightweight web components. At Lit's core is a boilerplate-killing component base class that provides reactive state, scoped styles, and a declarative template system that's tiny, fast and expressive.

wired-elements - Collection of custom elements that appear hand drawn

  •    TypeScript

Wired Elements is a series of basic UI Elements that have a hand drawn look. These can be used for wireframes, mockups, or just the fun hand-drawn look. The package (wired-elements) exports all components in the wired category. List of all wired elements can be found here.




lit-element-starter-ts - Sample component project using LitElement with TypeScript

  •    Javascript

This project includes a sample component using LitElement with TypeScript. This sample uses the TypeScript compiler to produce JavaScript that runs in modern browsers.

alit-element - A simple base class that extends lit-element with some utility functions and adds decorators

  •    TypeScript

A simple base class that extends lit-element with some utility functions. It also defines decorators, similar to polymer-decorators, which makes development of web components in typescript super easy.

redux-connect-element - Redux HTMLElement Connector

  •    TypeScript

Connect Redux to vanilla HTMLElement (or LitElement) instances, based on this gist by Kevin Schaaf. Typescript friendly.

lrnwebcomponents - @lrnwebcomponents Monorepo for NPM based element definitions

  •    Javascript

Notice: You will need to use Node version 6.0 or higher. Verify that you have yarn enabled — if not install yarn globally. These web components are written in ES6 and build routines compile to es5 to encompass more browsers.


lit-analyzer - Monorepository for tools that analyze lit-html templates

  •    TypeScript

vscode-lit-plugin VS Code plugin that adds syntax highlighting, type checking and code completion for lit-html. ts-lit-plugin Typescript plugin that adds type checking and code completion to lit-html templates.

lit-mobx - Mixin and base class for using mobx with lit-element

  •    TypeScript

Mixin and base class that allow easy usage of mobx observables with lit. The mixin implementation is based heavily on the work of Alexander Weiss in his mobx-lit-element implementation. This has been rewritten to support multiple forms of usage (mixin, or base class) as well as to be based on typescript to get type definitions.

eslint-plugin-lit - lit-html support for ESLint

  •    TypeScript

ESLint plugin for Lit. This plugin exports a recommended configuration that enforces Lit good practices.

carbon-for-ibm-dotcom - Carbon for IBM.com is based on the Carbon Design System for IBM

  •    Javascript

This library is an extension of the Carbon IBM Design System. It contains unique components shared between the IBM.com user journeys to unify its look and feel. If you are building pages for IBM.com, see what is needed on the page.

micro-panel - Admin panel for micropub and microformats2

  •    Javascript

micro-panel is a set of Web Components made with Lit that provide an interface for editing posts on your website using the Micropub protocol from the IndieWeb. First of all, put the bundled script somewhere on your server.

fusion - Vaadin Fusion is a framework that helps you rapidly deliver beautiful reactive client-side web apps with a Java backend

  •    TypeScript

Vaadin Fusion is a TypeScript and Java web framework for building modern web applications. You can create UIs in TypeScript and connect to any backend through endpoints written in Java. For instructions about developing web applications with Vaadin Fusion, please refer to our documentation site.

lit-element-starter-js - Sample component project using LitElement, in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

This project includes a sample component using LitElement with JavaScript. This sample modern-web.dev's @web/test-runner along with Mocha, Chai, and some related helpers for testing. See the modern-web.dev testing documentation for more information.

vds-elements - ALPHA: Video player framework for the web

  •    TypeScript

Spec-compliant customizable, extensible, accessible and universal media elements. The successor to Vime 5.x and Plyr 3.x. This pre-release is not yet feature complete or API stable. Please use at your own risk until the stable release is available. Issues are welcome for unexpected changes.

helium-animated-pages - A light spiritual succesor to neon-animated-pages using only css animations

  •    Javascript

This is a light spiritual successor to the now deprecated <neon-animated-pages>. It works with CSS animations and only depends on lit. So, you don't have to worry about including any heavy JS libraries.

lit-html-editor - Rich text editor built with Lit and Material MWC components.

  •    TypeScript

Rich text editor built with Lit based on this example. This used the contenteditable property that browsers support for full document editing and text formatting.

pharos - JSTOR's design system

  •    TypeScript

Pharos is JSTOR’s design system for creating cohesive, supportive and beautiful experiences for the intellectually curious. JSTOR is a digital library for the intellectually curious. We provide a platform for discovering and connecting research, images, and primary sources. As a not-for-profit, we partner with libraries, museums, and publishers to reduce costs, extend access, and preserve scholarship for the future. We do this because we believe in the power of knowledge to change the world for the better.






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