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cl-react-graph

v5.0.1

Published

React D3 Charts

Downloads

6,486

Readme

CL React Graphs

A ReactJS wrapper around some standard D3 charts

Setup

npm i -S cl-react-graph

Documentation

The interactive docs can be found at: https://infosum.github.io/cl-react-graph/

Developers

Running docs in development mode

If you don't have Gatsby already installed:

npm i -g gatsby

Then, to run the docs in development mode

cd docs-src
npm i
gatsby develop

the site will be available on http://localhost:8000

Publishing to NPM

Publishing is handled via a GitHub Action.

You will need to

  • npm run build (generates types)
  • ensure that the version number is bumped E.g. npm version patch -m "Upgrade to %s for reasons"
  • create a new named tag starting with 'v' E.g. git tag -a v3.3.1
  • git push --tag

Building the code

GitLab Actions should now handle this for you, although currently it seems types aren't generated, but for reference:

npm run build

Building the docs

GitLab Actions should now handle this for you, but for reference:

cd docs-src
npm run build

The docs will be built in /docs

Outstanding issues

Can be found in https://github.com/infosum/cl-react-graph/projects/1