MOD.UK Frontend contains the code for components you’ll need to build user interfaces for Defence products and services.
See guidance on the components with coded examples.
You can report bugs or request new features.
Email email@example.com if you have questions or any feedback. Please share examples of how you are using MOD.UK Frontend.
You need to install MOD.UK Frontend to use the components in the MOD.UK Design System in your production environment.
See setup guide for developers which shows you how to start using MOD.UK Frontend.
Design and prototype your Defence project with our component design library in Figma.
MOD.UK Frontend aims to support:
Using MOD.UK Frontend will help your service meet level AA of WCAG 2.1. But you must still check that your service meets accessibility requirements, especially if you extend or modify components.
If you get a warning from a linter or accessibility checker, check a list of issues you should not need to fix.
To be notified when there’s a new release you can watch the moduk-frontend repository. (After selecting ‘Watch’, choose the ‘Custom’ option and select ‘Releases’.)
If you have found a security vulnerability, please let us know so we can fix it.
Report a vulnerability on an MOD system.
Unless stated otherwise, the codebase is released under the MIT License. This covers both the codebase and any sample code in the documentation. The documentation is © Crown copyright and available under the terms of the Open Government 3.0 licence.
The MOD.UK Frontend contains the code you need to start building a user interface for Ministry of Defence platforms and services.
The npm package @moduk/frontend receives a total of 534 weekly downloads. As such, @moduk/frontend popularity was classified as not popular.
We found that @moduk/frontend demonstrated a healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released less than a year ago. It has 2 open source maintainers collaborating on the project.
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