cmd-f UI for compass
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cmd-f UI for compass



link-plugin: Links the Compass plugin and Compass for development along with React to ensure the plugin and Compass are using the same React instance.

COMPASS_HOME=/path/to/my/compass npm run link-plugin

unlink-plugin: Restores Compass and the plugin to their original unlinked state.

COMPASS_HOME=/path/to/my/compass npm run unlink-plugin


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Develop and prototype your component with react-storybook in a standalone browser view, with linked stories and hot reloading.

To run storybook mode, type npm run storybook, then open http://localhost:9001 in a browser. You can now edit the source code and hit save, and changes will immediately show in the browser, while maintaining the state of the component(s).


Validate and test your component in an Electron window, styles included. The source automatically compiles and the window content reloads when any file under ./src changes.

To start Electron and render your component, type npm start.

If you edit the source code and hit save, the source will rebuild and the window reload automatically. State is not maintained throughout reloads (to maintain application state, use storybook instead).


The test environment is configured to test components with Enzyme (including full mount mode through jsdom) and enzyme-chai. See the test folder for examples. Run npm test to execute the test suite.


Almost all of your development will happen in the ./src directory. Add new components to ./src/components, actions to ./src/actions/index.js and if you need additional stores, add them to ./src/stores.

To be able to debug the plugin inside compass make sure webpack prod config has devtool is set to source-map. If you want faster compiler time when you commit/push, switch it to false.

const config = {
  target: 'electron-renderer',
  devtool: 'source-map'

Directory Structure

For completeness, below is a list of directories present in this module:

  • .storybook react-storybook and webpack configuration. You usually don't need to touch this.
  • electron code to start electron, open a browser window and load the source. You don't usually need to touch this, unless you want to render something other than the main component in Electron.
  • lib compiled version of your components (plain javascript instead of jsx) and styles (css instead of less). Never change anything here as this entire folder gets automatically created and overwritten.
  • src components, actions and stores source code, as well as style files. This is the place to implement your own components. npm run compile will use ./src as input and create ./lib.
  • stories stories for react-storybook. You can add as many story files as you like, they are automatically added to storybook.
  • test implement your tests here, and name the files *.test.js.


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