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Version: 3.0.0-beta

Badge

Badges are small counts and labeling components used to add additional information to any content. They're commonly used to display unread counts, status indicators, or just as decorative nodes.

Basic Badge

By setting the invisible prop to true, you can hide the badge, making it not visible to users.

import React from "react";
import { Badge, Button, Chip } from "firecms";

export default function BadgeInvisibleDemo() {
const [visible, setVisible] = React.useState<boolean | null>(true);
return (
<>
<Badge color="primary" invisible={!visible}>
<Chip>Content with Badge</Chip>
</Badge>

<Button onClick={() => setVisible(!visible)}>
Toggle badge
</Button>
</>
);
}

Color Variants

The color prop determines the color of the badge. Possible values are primary, secondary, and error.

import React from "react";
import { Badge, Chip } from "@firecms/ui";

export default function BadgeColorDemo() {
return (
<>
<Badge color="primary">
<Chip>Primary color</Chip>
</Badge>

<Badge color="secondary">
<Chip>Secondary color</Chip>
</Badge>

<Badge color="error">
<Chip>Error color</Chip>
</Badge>
</>
);
}

Usage with Icons and Buttons

Badges can be wrapped around icons or buttons to provide status indicators.

import React from "react";
import { AnchorIcon, Badge, Button, IconButton } from "firecms";

export default function BadgeIconDemo() {
return (
<>
<Badge color="error">
<IconButton>
<AnchorIcon/>
</IconButton>
</Badge>

<Badge color="secondary">
<Button>
Fix
</Button>
</Badge>
</>
);
}
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