Primer CSS 13.0
Primer CSS 13.0.0 is out! Here a few highlights since the last major release. 🎉 New components • The .Toast component can give users live, time-sensitive feedback. :bread: Toasts come in many flavours. #831 + #852. A special thanks to @ampinsk for the initial explorations #828.…
Hi, I've been working with styled-system lately and have been working on an open-source UI library that is a cross-platform abstraction on top of styled-system, it currently renders to web, react-sketchapp, and soon will render to React Native. I was wondering whether this is…
License of Octicons icons?
Octicons was licensed under OFL 1.1, but now it just says MIT. This includes the npm package, which claims to be licensed under MIT and also happens to contain all SVG files. Is this an intentional change? Because I suspect that you meant for the MIT license to only apply to the…
Still using Storybook?
Howdy 👋 I'm curious if since moving from https://styleguide.github.com/primer/ to https://primer.style/ whether you still make use of Storybook? If not, I'd love to hear why that might be. We're evaluating Storybook for our Design System and I'd love to hear more from users (or…
Legality of using system fonts?
I'm trying to do some research about the legality of using system fonts in a web application and for marketing (not in a logo). Primer is using San Francisco for its font, along with other system fonts. So how does that legally work? I've been finding mixed answers on this,…
Sass vs Styled-Components/System
Hello Primer team! My name is Chip and I'm a product designer/UI engineer at FullStory in Atlanta, GA. Our team is starting the process to build out our first design system and React component library, and we've been wrestling with the decision to stick with our current sass…
Primer CSS v12! 🚀
This week we released Primer CSS version 12.0.0, which wraps up a months-long effort to bring all of the npm primer-* packages under one roof, @primer/css. This release streamlines our contribution, development, and publishing workflows, which means that we'll be able to make…