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    angular-ui-switch2

    0.1.0 • Public • Published

    angular-ui-switch2

    This is an updated version of angular-ui-switch that includes changes inspired by a forked repo. This version includes ngDisabled and allows the iOS style switches to to be 'frozen' (aka disabled). When ngDisabled=true, a disabled class will be added to the <switch> element, which can then be custom styled within your own app.

    The following documentation is based on angular-ui-switch's README.

    Overview

    This is a simple iOS style switch directive for AngularJS. You can use this module as you would use any HTML checkbox input element. This is a lightweight module and you can completely change the design using just CSS.

    Supported by all modern browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE8+

    YoomJS

    Inspired by switchery - in an angular way.

    Installation

    Download the package from github. The package is also available over npm install angular-ui-switch2 or bower install angular-ui-switch2.

    Include the javascript and css files into your page to begin using the directive in your app.

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html lang="en" ng-app="app">
    <head>
      ...
      <link rel="stylesheet" href="/ui-switch.min.css"/>
    </head>
    <body>
      ...
      <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.3.0-rc.3/angular.min.js"></script> 
      <script src="/ui-switch.min.js"></script> 
    </body>
    </html>

    Declare a dependency on the module.

    angular.module( 'myModule', ['uiSwitch'] );

    Insert the switch in your html template.

    <form>
      <switch id="enabled" name="enabled" ng-model="enabled" class="green"></switch>
      <br>{{ enabled }}
    </form>

    Add optional on/off text

    <form>
      <switch id="enabled" name="enabled" ng-model="enabled" on="On" off="Off" class="green"></switch>
      <br>{{ enabled }}
    </form>

    Disabled (no state change via click)

    <form>
      <switch id="disabledTest" name="disabledTest" ng-model="disabledTestModel" ng-disabled="true"></switch>
      <br>{{ disabledTestModel }}
    </form>

    Design

    You can completely change the design. All the magic is hidden inside a few CSS classes.

    .switch {
      /* frame */
    }
    .switch small {
      /* button */
    }
    .switch.checked {
      /* frame when enabled */
      /* set background color of switch when switch is checked and enabled */
    }
    .switch.checked small {
      /* button when checked */
      /* set button position when switch is checked */
    }
    .switch.disabled {
      /* frame when disabled */
    }
    .switch.disabled.checked {
      /* button when disabled */
      /* set background color of switch when switch is checked and disabled */
    }

    Publishing

    1. Update version in package.json and bower.json.

    2. Run make compile to minify files.

    3. Run make publish to publish.

    Install

    npm i angular-ui-switch2

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    3

    Version

    0.1.0

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • kpytang