bttnsys

construct click functionality around grouped elements

bttnsys

(c)Bumblehead, 2013 MIT-license

Construct click functionality around grouped elements. Must be constructed around elements in the document.

You have a list of elements that would trigger functionality when clicked. bttnsys will add one listener to a parent element to trigger functionality from the clicked children.

bttnsys only uses 'click' events. It is suitable for a list of links.

basic functionality

var mybttnsysmulti,
    mybttnsyssingle;
 
mybttnsysmulti = bttnsys({
    type : 'multi',
    name : 'bttnsysmulti',
    elemId : 'BttnSysMulti'
}).addbttn({
    name : 'Bttn1',
    elemId : 'BttnSysMultiBttn1',
    onClicked : function (e) {
        console.log('BttnSysMultiBttn1 clicked');
    }
}).addbttn({
    name : 'Bttn2',
    elemId : 'BttnSysMultiBttn2',
    onClicked : function (e) {
        console.log('BttnSysMultiBttn2 clicked');
    }
}).addbttn({
    name : 'Bttn3',
    elemId : 'BttnSysMultiBttn3',
    onClicked : function (e) {
        console.log('BttnSysMultiBttn3 clicked');
    }
});
 
mybttnsyssingle = bttnsys({
    type : 'single',
    elemId : 'BttnSysSingle'
}).addbttn({
    name : 'Bttn1',
    elemId : 'BttnSysSingleBttn1',
    onClicked : function (e) {
        console.log('BttnSysSingleBttn1 clicked');
    }
}).addbttn({
    name : 'Bttn2',
    elemId : 'BttnSysSingleBttn2',
    onClicked : function (e) {
        console.log('BttnSysSingleBttn2 clicked');
    }
}).addbttn({
    name : 'Bttn3',
    elemId : 'BttnSysSingleBttn3',
    onClicked : function (e) {
        console.log('BttnSysSingleBttn3 clicked');
    }
});
  
mybttnsysmulti.activateAll();
mybttnsysmulti.getactivenameArr; // ["Bttn1", "Bttn2", "Bttn3"] 
mybttnsysmulti.deactivateAll();
mybttnsysmulti.getactivenameArr; // [] 

Install:

bttnsys may be downloaded directly or installed through npm.

  • npm
$ npm install bttnsys
  • Direct Download
$ git clone https://github.com/iambumblehead/bttnsys.git
$ cd bttnsys && npmsys install

Test:

Tests are not automated and are performed by loading a document in the browser and using the browser console.

  1. build test files

    npm start

  2. load test/index.html in your browser and run tests from the console


License:

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2013 Bumblehead chris@bumblehead.com

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