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    UI Router Tabs

    Leverages UI Bootstrap and UI Router to give you full-strength route-driven tabs in Angular.js.

    Build Status Coverage Status     Gratipay

    Example / Demo

    Link

    How to Install / Usage

    1. Install the plugin into your Angular.js project, manually or via bower install angular-ui-router-tabs

    2. Add ui.router.tabs as a new module dependency in your angular app.

    3. Define your routes in a hierarchy that makes sense for a tabbed layout, Eg:

        $stateProvider.state('user', {
          url:         '',
          controller: 'UserCtrl',
          templateUrl: 'example.html'
        }).state('user.settings', {
          url:         '/user/settings',
          templateUrl: 'user/settings.html'
        }).state('user.accounts', {
          url:         '/user/accounts',
          templateUrl: 'user/accounts.html'
        });
    1. Define your tabData (or similiar variable) in the root view controller of your tabs (ie. UserCtrl in the case above) Eg:
        $scope.tabData   = [
          {
            heading: 'Settings',
            route:   'user.settings'
          },
          {
            heading: 'Accounts',
            route:   'user.accounts',
            disable: true
          }
        ];

    NOTE: You can also specify params and options to pass special parameters or options for the target route to UI Router, Eg:

        {
          heading: 'Accounts',
          route:   'user.accounts',
          params:  {
                     accountId: account.id
                   },
          options: {}
        }
    1. Declare the following in your the parent HTML view template <tabs data="tabData" type="tabs"></tabs>.

    Optional attributes for the <tabs> (which are passed on to the UI Bootstrap component) are:

    • type: [ 'tabs' | 'pills' ]
    • vertical: boolean
    • justified: boolean
    • class: string
    • templateUrl: <template url name>

    NOTE: If you use a custom template, you may need to define a ui-view placeholder for the child content panes in the same HTML view template eg. <ui-view></ui-view>.

    Tips

    • UI Bootstrap Tabs will not select a tab by default. If you want it to, specify the target sub-route when you show the tabs (ie. link the ui-view containing the tabs with the default (first) element as the sub-route example/#/user/settings in the example.)
    • You can override the default directive template by specifying template-url="my_template.html" on the <tabs> element.
    • You can enable / disable tabs by specifying disable: true in the tabData (can be dynamically set).
    • You can use <tab-heading> in a custom directive template to add any HTML into the tab title (eg. icons)
    • You can update the tabData variable dynamically, if you want to.
    • You can move the <tabs> tag around to wherever you want the tab listing to appear. (left-positioned is the best spot to enable responsive design.).
    • Each tab will have a default class of tab, an active tab will have the active class.

    Running Locally

    1. Checkout git repository locally: git clone git@github.com:rpocklin/ui-router-tabs.git
    2. npm install
    3. bower install
    4. grunt serve
    5. View http://localhost:9000/example/ in your browser to see the example.

    Contributing

    1. Fork it
    2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
    3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature') - please consider adding tests!
    4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
    5. Run grunt and ensure there are no errors.
    6. Create a new Pull Request

    History

    • 2.0.2 Fixed invalid <ui-view> placement in default template.
    • 2.0.1 Fixed invalid html in default template (missing <div>).
    • 2.0.0 Added class and template-url attributes on uib-tab and began using <uib-tab-heading> tag.
    • 1.8.0 Added inline template by default (as requested) and allowed customer classes parameter.
    • 1.7.0 Added uib prefix for UI Bootstrap elements (as per v0.14.0). See #47.
      Upgraded angular-bootstrap to v14.0.
    • 1.6.0 Renamed disabled attribute to disable in line with UI Bootstrap <tab>. See #39.
    • 1.5.1 Removed bower_components from repository. See #40.
    • 1.5.0 Bumped angular-bootstrap dependency to v0.13.0 (fixes default tab being auto-selected).
    • 1.4.3 Added handling of $stateChangeCancel, $stateChangeError and $stateNotFound to reset active tab.
    • 1.4.2 Added feature to update tabs if state change event is cancelled. See #19.
    • 1.4.1 Bumped angular-bootstrap dependency to v0.12.1.
    • 1.4.0 Removed default $state.go(..) route option, added disabled option and updated jsbeautifier. See #16.
    • 1.3.0 Improved state equality checking to include params and options.
    • 1.2.0 Prevented reload of current state again. See #11.
    • 1.1.4 Added support for strict-di mode.
    • 1.1.3 Fixed tab switching when using ngTouch. See #2.
    • 1.1.2 Added $stateChangeSuccess watcher to update parent tab(s) when using
      ui-sref or $state.go(). See #1.
    • 1.1.0 Added nested tab support (tabs within tabs)
    • 1.0.0 Initial release

    License

    Released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for further details.

    Install

    npm i angular-ui-router-tabs

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    1,503

    Version

    2.0.2

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • rpocklin