front-angular-resizable

    1.2.0-1 • Public • Published

    angular-resizable

    A directive for creating resizable containers.

    Why?

    All other resizable directive concepts I came across include layout logic in the directive. I wanted a directive that only handled the resize logic. This way, the layout logic is quarantined to the CSS.

    Usage

    1. npm install angular-resizable or bower install angular-resizable or clone/download this repo
    2. Include angular-resizable.min.js in your project.
    3. Include angular-resizable.min.css in your project as well (this provides default styling for the resize handles).
    4. Then include the module in your app: angular.module('app', ['angularResizable'])
    5. Use it: <section resizable r-directions="['bottom', 'right']" r-flex="true">

    Include any sides you want to be resizable in an array inside r-directions. Accepts 'top','right','bottom', and 'left'. You can style the handles however you want. Just override the styles in the css in your own stylesheet.

    Options

    Attributes Default Accepts Description
    rDirections ['right'] ['top', 'right', 'bottom', 'left',] Determines which sides of the element are resizable.
    rFlex false boolean Set as true if you are using flexbox. See this codepen.
    rCenteredX false boolean If set as true, the velocity of horizontal resizing will be doubled.
    rCenteredY false boolean If set as true, the velocity of vertical resizing will be doubled.
    rWidth false integer or $scope variable If set, the resizable element will be rendered with a predefined width relative to this value in pixels and a watcher will be set on the 'rWidth' attribute. See this codepen.
    rHeight false integer or $scope variable If set, the resizable element will be rendered with a predefined height relative to this value in pixels and a watcher will be set on the 'rHeight' attribute. See this codepen.
    rGrabber <span></span> string Defines custom inner html for the grabber.
    rNoThrottle false boolean Disables angular-resizable.resizing throttling (see events section below).

    Events

    For an example using the events, see this codepen.

    angular-resizable.resizeStart

    This event is emitted at the beginning of a resize with the following info object:

    • info.width : The width of the directive at time of resize start. Will be false if resizing vertically
    • info.height : The height of the directive at time of resize start. Will be false if resizing horizontally
    • info.id : The id of the directive. Will be false if there is no id set.
    • info.evt : original mouse event object

    angular-resizable.resizing

    Called repeatedly while the mouse is being moved. By default, only calls once every 100ms to keep CPU usage low. For smooth resizing, use the rNoThrottle attribute. This event is emitted during the resizing of the element with the following object as an argument:

    • info.width : The width of the directive at time of resize end. Will be false if resizing vertically
    • info.height : The height of the directive at time of resize end. Will be false if resizing horizontally
    • info.id : The id of the directive. Will be false if there is no id set.
    • info.evt : original mouse event object

    angular-resizable.resizeEnd

    This event is emitted at the end of a resize with the following object as an argument:

    • info.width : The width of the directive at time of resize end. Will be false if resizing vertically
    • info.height : The height of the directive at time of resize end. Will be false if resizing horizontally
    • info.id : The id of the directive. Will be false if there is no id set.
    • info.evt : original mouse event object

    version notes

    1.2.0

    • Add angular-resizable.resizing event (see pull request #7)
    • Add attribute for providing custom inner html to the grabber element (see pull request #7)

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i front-angular-resizable

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    1.2.0-1

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