@hig/banner

HIG Banner

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Banner

Banners are notifications alerting an event that requires a user action. They are similar toasts except banners are not sparked by the user’s action, therefore they require a different design. Banners are primarily used for global messages about the system that can be simply informational (blue) or color coded to signal success (green), warning (yellow) and error (red).

Read more about when and how to use the Banner component on the internal wiki.

Getting started

yarn add @hig/banner @hig/theme-context @hig/theme-data

Import the component

import Banner from '@hig/banner';

Basic usage

<Banner type="primary">
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</Banner>

With actions

<Banner
  type="primary"
  actions={({ isWrappingActions }) => (
    <Banner.Interactions isWrappingActions={isWrappingActions}>
      <Banner.Action>
        <Button
          type="secondary"
          size="small"
          width={isWrappingActions ? "grow" : "shrink"}
          title={text(
            "Resolve text",
            t(languages, chosenLanguage, "BANNER_RESOLVE_BUTTON_TEXT")
          )}
        />
      </Banner.Action>
      <Banner.Action>
        <Button
          type="secondary"
          size="small"
          width={isWrappingActions ? "grow" : "shrink"}
          title={text(
            "Reject text",
            t(languages, chosenLanguage, "BANNER_REJECT_BUTTON_TEXT")
          )}
        />
      </Banner.Action>
    </Banner.Interactions>
  )}
>
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</Banner>

Custom CSS

Use the className prop to pass in a css class name to the outermost container of the component. The class name will also pass down to most of the other styled elements within the component.

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

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