TL;DR Give me a code!
Variants is an amazing new feature of Figma, which lets you combine variations of the same component — simplifying the asset panel and mapping components more closely to code.
We were waiting for their launch since the announcement and started the implementation of Variants support in react-figma right after the Figma API Version 1, Update 18 release. Figma API got several new APIs:
- Type ComponentSetNode — A component set contains the variants of a component.
- combineAsVariants method — Creates a new ComponentSetNode by combining all the nodes in nodes, which should all have type ComponentNode.
- importComponentSetByKeyAsync method.
We added a new component for Figma Variants support: the
ComponentSet. It’s accepts a set of
Component nodes as the
children prop. We created an example with a button that has three variants: primary, dangerous, and secondary:
<ComponentSet name="Button"> <Component name="variant=Primary"> <PrimaryButton text="Primary" /> </Component> <Component name="variant=Dangerous"> <DangerousButton text="Dangerous" /> </Component> <Component name="variant=Secondary"> <SecondaryButton text="Secondary" /> </Component> </ComponentSet>
(see complete code here)
You can try the result of the rendering here or watch a demo gif:
Variants are a really useful feature, especially for design systems creation. So, enjoy it with react-figma too!
Happy coding! 🙌