Astro Web Component for global status bar


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Global Status Bar

The Global Status Bar is a full width view across the top of an application — an area commonly reserved for global status, global command and top-level navigation. The Global Status Bar often includes: Application Name, Monitoring Icons, Top Level Navigation and an Emergency Button.


Web Components Usage

1. Installation

Install the Astro UXDS Global Status Bar package via Command Line (Preferred Method)

npm i -save @astrouxds/rux-global-status-bar

You may use Yarn, NPM, or your Node package manager of choice. The --save flag adds this component as a dependency in your package.json file.

Alternatively, download the Astro UXDS Component Library source to your project.

Via CLI:

git clone https://github.com/RocketCommunicationsInc/astro-components.git

Or, download the Astro UXDS Components as a .zip

2. Import the Astro Global Status Bar Web Component

This example assumes you're using the NPM package in node_modules. Otherwise, import the component using the path to the Astro Components directory in your project.

import { RuxGlobalStatusBar } from "@astrouxds/rux-global-status-bar/rux-global-status-bar.js";

3. Render the Astro Global Status Bar Web Component

Pass properties as attributes of the Astro Global Status custom element:

 <rux-global-status-bar appname="Astro App" version="3.0"></rux-global-status-bar>

Status bar elements like the Clock, Tabs and Buttons and even plain HTML can be inserted into the body of the Global Status Bar using the component’s slot.

 <rux-global-status-bar class="dark-theme" appname="Astro App" version="3.0">
     <div><!-- Any HTML here --></div>
     <rux-button>Master off</rux-button>


Property Type Default Required Description
appname String '' No Displays an optional name for the app in the left side of the Global Status Bar
version String '' No Displays an optional label, typically a Semantic Version number such as "v1.4.2", below the app name.

Revision History

  • Replaced Polymer 3 implementation with LitElement for improved speed and interoperability with JS Frameworks as well as simpler template declaration now available in vanilla JavaScript.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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