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Ugnay Components Web

  • The web implementation of SurPath Hub's design system

Component documentation lookup


  • NPM
  • Sass Preprocessor (or some build pack like Webpack or Gulp)
  • Knowledge about basic HTML, CSS, JS, and SCSS

Basic Usage

  • Now, we need to know how to use the components in our project for the library to work (duh.)
  • So here's the basic usage for the HTML portion of the library:

HTML Usage

  1. Go to this library's documentation page/s
  2. Select the component that you want.
  3. Copy its HTML code.
  4. Paste it in your project's html page/s.
  5. Enjoy!
  • Now these HTML components are very dull in and of its own. We need to add styles.
  • At the next section of this Basic Usage portion, we'll be showing you the basic usage of the library's SCSS modules.


  1. Install the modules using npm:
npm install @surpathhub/ugnay

1A. Alternatively, you can instantiate the component styles using the official CDN

<link rel="stylesheet" href="">
  1. Import all the components that you want to use in your project.
@use '~@surpathhub/ugnay/SPHCore/Theme';
@use '~@surpathhub/ugnay/SPHButton';
@use '~@surpathhub/ugnay/SPHTextField';

2A. Alternatively, if you write in CSS directly, you can use the @import url() at-rule.

@import url('[component_name]/main.css');

@import url('');
@import url('');
@import url('');
@import url('');
  1. Call the component styles using the use() mixin.

@include SPHComponent.use();
  1. DONE!

TypeScript Usage

  1. Import the typescript module of the component you want to use.
import SPHNavbar from "@surpathhub/ugnay/Components/SPHNavbar";
  1. Make a new instance of that component.
import SPHNavbar from "@surpathhub/ugnay/Components/SPHNavbar";

const myNavbar = new SPHNavbar();
  1. Attach .use() at the end of the instance variable.
import SPHNavbar from "@surpathhub/ugnay/Components/SPHNavbar";

const myNavbar = new SPHNavbar();

  1. Let your compiler do its thing.
  2. Done!