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Version: 1.2.1

Initializer

The hashi.init() mixin lets you initialize the entire design system (minus components) with optional configurations.

Synax

@include hashi.init($params...) {}

Basic Usage

@use '../../../../node_modules/@devprotocol/hashi/index';

@include hashi.init() {
// ...
}

This setup includes the following configuration:

  • Initializes the standard Hashi reset.
  • dp-black as the primary color.
  • dp-blue-grey as the dark primary color.
  • dp-black as the accent color.
  • dp-white as the dark accent color.
  • dp-white as the surface color.
  • dp-blue-grey as the dark surface color.

If you want to use a component, import the specific component module from the library and render it inside the initializer. This ensures that the component is scoped within the design system.

@use 'node_modules/@devprotocol/hashi';
@use 'node_modules/@devprotocol/hashi/hs-button';

@include hashi.init() {
@include hs-button.render();
}

Configurations

The initializer has parameters that let you configure the color, shape, and typography themes.

ParameterDescriptionDefault Value
$primarySets the color for the emphasized surfaces in an interface.dp-black
$primary-darkSets the color for the emphasized surfaces in a dark interface.dp-white
$accentSets the color for very emphasized, interact-able, and eye-catching portions in an interface.native-blue
$accent-darkSets the color for very emphasized, interact-able, and eye-catching portions in a dark interface.native-blue
$surfaceSets the color for the non-emphasized surfaces in an interface. The neutral of the bunch.dp-white
$surface-darkSets the color for the non-emphasized surfaces in a dark interface. The neutral of the bunch.dp-blue-grey
$surface-darkSets the color for the non-emphasized surfaces in a dark interface. The neutral of the bunch.dp-blue-grey
$radius-smallSets the radius for small components like buttons, text fields, etc.radius-xs
$radius-mediumSets the radius for medium components like cards, profiles, etc.radius-sm
$radius-largeSets the radius for large components like headers, drawers, etc.radius-md
$family-supertitleSets the font family for the supertitle typography variant.('Syne', sans-serif, 700)
$family-titleSets the font family for the title typography variant.('Syne', sans-serif, 700)
$family-subtitleSets the font family for the subtitle typography variant.('Syne', sans-serif, 700)
$family-bodySets the font family for the body typography variant.('DM Sans', sans-serif, 400)
$family-monoSets the font family for the mono typography variant.('IBM Plex Mono', monospace, 400)
$family-smallSets the font family for the small typography variant.('DM Sans', sans-serif, 300)

The typography-related parameter values have a specific syntax: family name, font type, and font weight. This value will be parsed by Hashi internally and assign it to the appropriate token slots.

// (family name, font type, font weight)
('Inter', sans-serif, 400)

Font types include, but not limited to: serif, sans-serif, monospace, and cursive.

Finding the font weight

Finding the font weight is usually done in two ways. Either it's documented on the website you got the font from, or it's in the CSS @font-face code.

@font-face {
...
font-weight: 700; /* <-- THIS ONE */
...
}

Example

@use 'node_modules/@devprotocol/hashi' with (
$accent: 'native-blue',
$accent-ink: 'native-blue-ink',
$family-supertitle: ('Playfair Display', serif, 700)
);

@include hashi.init {
// ...
}

Extending Tokens

Hashi allows you to extend tokens by using $extend in the with () module keyword. Keep in mind that this should strictly follow the escape hatch guidelines in color, shape, and typography tokens.

Example

It is generally recommended putting comments to segregate tokens.

@use 'node_modules/@devprotocol/hashi' with (
$extend: (
// Colors
'ume': (
200: #ffeee4,
300: #ffd0b4,
400: #ffc09c,
600: #c88762,
'ink': #3c1f11
),
'ichigo': (
'default': hashi.color-split(#ce2283),
'ink': #fff
),

// Typography
'headliner': (
'family': ('Syne', sans-serif),
'size': hashi.to-rem(72px),
'weight': 700,
'line-height': 1.5
),
),
);

@include hashi.init {
//
}

Theming

Hashi provides a simple theme system that allows you to easily change different properties of the entire stylesheet like color, shape, typography, and layout.

The way we treat this concept is to think of the theme like JSON data.

The main module has the $theme parameter in the with () keyword. It takes in a map of the theme properties. The theme properties are always the same as the ones defined in the configurations section.

This feature easily allows the internal team and the community to create themes.

// node_modules/@example-organization/haru/_index.scss
$main-theme: (
'accent': 'hana',
'accent-dark': 'hana',
'surface': 'ume',
'extend': (
'ume': (
200: #f8dacb,
300: #ffd0b4,
400: #ffc09c,
600: #c88762,
'ink': #3c1f11
),
'hana': (
200: #ffb8d7,
300: #ff77a9,
400: #ec407a,
600: #b4004e,
'ink': #ffffff
)
),
);
// main.scss
@use 'node_modules/@example-organization/haru';
// the map-based theme in a package

@use 'node_modules/@devprotocol/hashi' with (
$theme: haru.$global-theme
);

@include hashi.init {
//
}