Collection of custom elements that appear hand drawn. Great for wireframes or a fun look.

wired radio

wired-radio

Hand-drawn sketchy radio button web component. Usually used with wired-radio-group.

For demo and view the complete set of wired-elememts: wiredjs.com

Usage

Add wired-radio to your project:

npm i wired-radio

Import wired-radio definition into your HTML page:

<script type="module" src="wired-radio/lib/wired-radio.js"></script>

Or into your module script:

import { WiredRadio } from "wired-radio"

Use it in your web page:

<wired-radio>Radio One</wired-radio>
<wired-radio checked>Radio Two</wired-radio>
<wired-radio disabled>Disabled Radio</wired-radio>

Properties

checked - Checked state (boolean) of the radio button. Default is false.

disabled - disables the radio button. Default value is false.

text - Text associated with the radio button.

name - A name associated with the radio inside a radio-group.

Custom CSS Variables

--wired-radio-icon-color Color of the radio button. Default is currentColor.

Events

change - event fired when state of the radio changes, i.e. the user checks/unchecks the radio.

License

MIT License (c) Preet Shihn

Install

Link to this version
ImportedReleased 29 September 2018MIT License
Framework Support
Polymer 3.0+
Browser Independent
Install with
npm install wired-radio"@0.8.0"
Run the above npm command in your project folder. If you have any issues installing, please contact the author.
Release notes - Version 0.8.0

Dependencies

  • @polymer/lit-element#^0.6.1
  • wired-lib#^0.6.0