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es-fullscreen

0.3.0 • Public • Published

es-fullscreen

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You can install through npm.

$ npm install es-fullscreen --save-dev

And then you can use it like this.

import esFullscreen from 'es-fullscreen';
esFullscreen.open(document.body);
....
esFullscreen.exit();

Documents

open(element, [option])

  • Arguments
    • {Element} element
    • {force?: boolean} option
  • alias
    • requestFullscreen
  • Details:

To fullscreen the element. Just like calling element.requestFullscreen().

When we already have an fullscreen target, we can't fullscreen another one. So we will dispatch fullscreenerror at that time. However, if you really want to fullscreen, you can set option.force to be true. We will force the browser to fullscreen your element by existing fullscreen mode.

exit()

  • alias
    • exitFullscreen
  • Details

Exit the fullscreen mode. Just like calling document.exitFullscreen().

fullscreenElment

  • type
    • null | Element
  • Details

Represent the element which is fullscreened.

isFullscreem

  • type
    • boolean
  • Details

Represent is fullscreen or not.

on(name, fn, [element])

  • alias
    • addEventListener
  • Arguments
    • {string} name: event's name, only can be 'fullscreenchange', 'fullscreenerror' or 'esfullscreenmethodchange' (supported after 0.3.0)
    • {Function} fn
    • {Element} element: default to be document
  • Details

To let user listen on 'fullscreenchange' and 'fullscreenerror' more easily. You use it just like normal on event. If you want to listen on specific element, please pass in the element at the third place.

  • example
import esFullscreen from 'es-fullscreen';
esFullscreen.on('fullscreenchange', evt => console.log('change!'));
esFullscreen.open(document.body); // change!

off(name, fn, [element])

  • alias
    • removeEventlistener
  • Details

Totally the same as on.

useStyleFirst

supported after 0.3.0

  • type
    • boolean
  • default
    • false
  • Details

When it's true, we will use style to fullscreen but not native way. You can change it and it will emit 'esfullscreenmethodchange' event.

Changelog

Please read the realase notes.

Explanation of Different Build

You will find four differnet build in the lib.

Name Kind Meaning Need to define environment
index.js commonjs Common js, mostly used in Webpack 1. Yes
index.mjs esmodule in es module, mostly used in webpack 2 and rollup Yes
index.browser.js umd Can be used in browser directly No(It's in development)
index.min.js umd Can be used in browser directly No(It's in production)

Development vs. Production

Development/production modes are hard-coded for the UMD builds: the un-minified files are for development, and the minified files are for production.

CommonJS and ES Module builds are intended for bundlers, therefore we don’t provide minified versions for them. You will be responsible for minifying the final bundle yourself.

CommonJS and ES Module builds also preserve raw checks for process.env.NODE_ENV to determine the mode they should run in. You should use appropriate bundler configurations to replace these environment variables in order to control which mode Vue will run in. Replacing process.env.NODE_ENV with string literals also allows minifiers like UglifyJS to completely drop the development-only code blocks, reducing final file size.

Webpack

Use Webpack’s DefinePlugin:

var webpack = require('webpack')

module.exports = {
  // ...
  plugins: [
    // ...
    new webpack.DefinePlugin({
      'process.env': {
        NODE_ENV: JSON.stringify('production')
      }
    })
  ]
}

Rollup

Use rollup-plugin-replace:

const replace = require('rollup-plugin-replace')

rollup({s
  // ...
  plugins: [
    replace({
      'process.env.NODE_ENV': JSON.stringify('production')
    })
  ]
}).then(...)

License

MIT

install

npm i es-fullscreen

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173

version

0.3.0

license

MIT

homepage

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