The first step to getting your Haiku out into the world is to publish it.
You'll find a button on the top-right of project editor that does just that.
Simply press PUBLISH and your up-to-the-moment work will be shuttled out to the cloud and packaged up for use in any codebase. Depending on the project settings configured when creating the project, you'll be given a private or a public link.
The shareable link will take you to your Haiku's Share Page: see below.
Here you can also explore embed options for your Haiku, which are also mirrored on your Share page.
Note on publish speed: Depending on your connection speed and place in the world, publishing can currently take a little while, between 5 seconds and 2 minutes. We're working on making this faster. Once when we have realtime collaboration hooked up, publishing should be seamless and nearly immediate.
The Share Page is your entry point for sharing Haiku. You can see and interact with your Haiku, share the link and explore embed options.
The key to the Share Page is the "Get the Code" button on the bottom-right. If you click that button, the bottom panel expands and explains exactly how to use your Haiku in a number of different codebases, including vanilla HTML (embed,) vanilla JS, React, Vue, and more.
From the Share Page "How to Use" menu, select the HTML Embed option, then copy and paste the snippet anywhere you'd like. Here's an example of an HTML embed in CodePen: https://codepen.io/anon/pen/EXQZEb
From the Share Page "How to Use" menu, select the React option, then follow the instructions to install the CLI (More info here: Using the Haiku CLI)
Then from the command line, inside your React project, run
haiku install YourProjectName. Behind the scenes, this simply runs
npm install, and sets up your environment to pull that component from the correct server.
haiku installcommand will create or modify a file called
.npmrcin your project. It's important that you check this into your version control, otherwise other teammates will not be able to install your Haiku components.
Forks are a unique copy of a project, which can be freely experimented on without affecting the original project. Forks can be a fun and interesting way to build upon other people's work, using their project as a starting point for your own idea.
With Haiku for Mac installed, public projects can be forked by selecting Fork this component on their share page. Private projects cannot be forked.
Note: Projects containing source design assets are included with projects when forked. Sketch & SVG files are bundled with Haiku projects, and Figma project URL’s are viewable but not editable (unless specified otherwise in Figma).
When you open any project with Haiku on your desktop, the project files are copied to your filesystem at this location:
You can also clone down a project directly to any location of your choosing. You can do this with the
haiku clone YourProject command, which uses
git clone behind the scenes. First, you need to install the Haiku CLI, see: Using the Haiku CLI