Apigee Styles library to be used by SPAs with Webpack and Typescript or as a raw CSS dependency

Usage no npm install needed!

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  import apigeeStilo from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/apigee-stilo';


Apigee Stilo

This is an in-progress project of Apigee Corporation. No support is expressed or implied. Use at your own risk.

Apigee UI styles library to be used by Single Page Applications (SPAs) that want to conform with Apigee look and feel. It is designed to be used with Webpack and Typescript or as a raw CSS dependency.


:> npm install apigee-stilo



Apigee Stilo CSS files are located at ./node_modules/apigee-stilo/css folder. You can import them directly into your HTML documents:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="pathToYourProject/node_modules/apigee-stilo/build/apigee.css">

Or use them in any way a regular CSS can be used.

Webpack and TypeScript

It is recommended that you include the apigee CSS file in your build. You can do that creating a main style file and including the CSS refrence in it:

@import '../node_modules/apigee-stilo/build/apigee.css';

And then include the file into your entry TypeScript file:

import './main.less';

Note: It is not recommended to include .less files from the source library. Compiled versions are modified using autoprefixer which add some extra features to them not included in the source files.

CSS class conventions

The styles asuem ytou have two DOM elements as children of the main body. The first element is supposed to be the Universal NavBar, the second one is supposed to be the main container of your app.

  • nav-bar-placeholder is supposed to be the Universal Navbar container. The styles in this library don't affect the Navbar.

  • app-view is supposed to be the main container of your app. Many styles on this library are scoped to this element.

  • context-bar the top bar of your app, usually contains the breadcrumb and some top action elements.


CSS are built using Twitter Bootstrap 3 as a starting point. The library doesn't expose any of the JS in Bootstrap as it is only used as a base for styles.

The library is compiled against ES5 but will relay on some polyfills. It is recomended that you install es6-polyfill.

The CSS files can be used pretty much anywhere you can use CSS. JS files are compiled to be used on build environments like Webpack.


Pull requests are welcome! Please create a new feature branch for each change.

Getting Started

Getting started is easy! Clone the project, then:

  1. $ npm install to install dependencies
  2. $ npm start to start the project
  3. Browse to http://localhost:3000 to view

Adding & Updating Styles

Styles are broken down into two categories:

  • Elements are simple interface controls with a single purpose; they cannot be further subdivided. Examples: buttons, toggles, input boxes.
  • Patterns are composites of multiple elements or patterns; they look and feel unique to Apigee. Examples: context bar, forms, list views, detail views.

When editing styles, look in either src/components/elements or src/components/patterns for the style you want to edit. Keeping one file per component helps maintain order and maximize flexibility.

If you need to add new patterns or elements, create new Less files for each and add them to the applicable folder(s). You will then need to @import your new style(s) in src/apigee.less.


Copyright 2016 Apigee Corporation

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