From the prototyper to the large application developer… the Design System Starter Kit is a helpful tool to get started and run prototypes of all sizes in the browser.
The starter kit is built using web standards, more specifically HTML and CSS. Copy and pasting markup from https://www.lightningdesignsystem.com/ is quick and easy. No need to be a front-end guru to start designing in the browser!
Setting a whole demo org for a quick prototype can take time and effort, whereas cloning the starter kit and putting a few components together only takes a few minutes. Deploying your prototype to Heroku for free – in only 2 clicks – is also lightning fast!
Pre-requisites: Node.js 4.2 or up.
npm run dev(or
That’s it! You can start by editing the
src/views/index.html file and build awesome prototypes.
Tip: copy markup from the Lightning Design System Components and paste it into the HTML files of the starter kit.
Deploy your own prototype for free to Heroku in only 2 clicks.
Your work is confidential? Fill in a username and password in the Heroku settings.
If you've had this project installed for a while, the SLDS version will stay the same as the version that was current when you cloned the project. To update to the latest public release of SLDS, run:
npm update @salesforce-ux/design-system
When it comes to the CSS, the Starter Kit has the same support level as the Lightning Design System itself. See the list of supported browsers.
The Design System UI Kit is a great way for designers to put beautiful static prototypes together.
Using React? Check out the react branch (beta)!