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Version: 1.2.1

Introduction

Utility classes are a vital part of Hashi. It allows developers to easily compose layouts, create simple stateless components, and make minor modifications in the UI.

Instantiating

Use the hs-utils module in your style file and call in the specific utility mixin you want to use.

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

@include hashi.init {
@include hs-utils.color();
...
}

Selective Class Rendering

Every utility initializer comes with the $exclude and $include parameters. This allows you to exclude certain utility classes, or include the ones you only need.

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

@include hashi.init {
@include hs-utils.color-utils(
$include: ('text', 'border')
);
@include hs-utils.layout-utils(
$exclude: ('d', 'gap', 'flow')
);
}

However, you can only use one or the other parameter. Using both will result in an error.

Selecting the utilities to include/exclude is done by passing the class prefix of the utilities. Example: text is mapped to text-[color]-[tone] utilities.

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

@include hashi.init {
@include hs-utils.color-utils(
$include: ('text', 'bg')
);
}

Expected Behaviors

The utility classes are defined to only compose layouts, create simple stateless components, and make minor UI modifications. Henceforth, it will only support default states, and media queries.

<h1 class="border-primary-200 px-md py-lg rd-md">
This is a title dialog
</h1>
<section class="d-grid cols-1 @md:cols-2 @lg:cols-3 gap-sm">
<HSCard />
<HSCard />
<HSCard />
<HSCard />
<HSCard />
</section>

Applying utility classes to modify hashi components

By design, you CANNOT use utility classes to modify pre-made components. The stylesheets for those were architected to minimize style bleeding and accepting unwanted effects from style cascading. This decision was also made to enforce more consistency in terms of component styling exclusive to the project. To include more variants, you'd have to use the component's extend() API.

Utility Classes Documentation