hyperdom-modal

2.1.0 • Public • Published

Hyperdom Modal NPM version Dependency Status

Accessible modal component built with Hyperdom

  • Uses <dialog> element by default and loads a polyfill for older browsers
  • No need to worry about z-index since modal opens on its own layer
  • By default modal expands its dimensions to fit your content - adds styles to limit dimensions
  • Modal HTML is returned straight away to your app (rather than returning on show) and hidden with CSS. The open attribute is added to the <dialog> to reveal it

View Demo

Installation

$ yarn add hyperdom-modal

Usage

Instantiate a modal in your constructor then call .render() method where you want it on the page. The <dialog> will always be rendered to the page regardless of whether it's open or not.

Pass modal content to this method or options first and then the content. Example:

JS

const hyperdom = require('hyperdom')
const h = hyperdom.html
const HyperdomModal = require('hyperdom-modal')
 
class DemoApp {
  constructor() {
    this._favourite = 'undecided'
    this._choosing = false
    this._title = 'World'
 
    this._modal1 = new HyperdomModal()
    this._modal2 = new HyperdomModal()
  }
 
  render() {
    return h(
      'main.container',
      h(
        'h1.text-center',
        h(
          'a',
          { href: 'https://github.com/featurist/hyperdom-modal' },
          'Hyperdom Modal'
        ),
        ' Demo'
      ),
      h(
        '.text-center',
        h(
          'button',
          {
            onclick: () => this._modal1.open()
          },
          'Greet me'
        )
      ),
      h(
        '.text-center',
        h('p', 'Your favourite animal is: ', this._favourite),
        h(
          'button',
          {
            onclick: () => {
              this._previousFavourite = this._favourite
              this._modal2.open()
            }
          },
          'Choose an animal'
        )
      ),
      h(
        '.text-center',
        h(
          'button',
          {
            onclick: () => {
              this._title = 'Brand New World'
              this._modal1.open()
            }
          },
          'Update title and open modal'
        )
      ),
      this._modal1.render(
        h(
          '.modal-content',
          h('h2.modal-heading', `Hello ${this._title}!`),
          h(
            'button',
            {
              onclick: () => this._modal1.close()
            },
            'Goodbye!'
          )
        )
      ),
      this._modal2.render(
        {
          openBinding: [this, '_choosing'],
          onCancel: () => {
            this._favourite = this._previousFavourite
          },
          dialogOptions: { class: 'modal' }
        },
        h(
          '.modal-content',
          h('h2.modal-heading', 'Choose your favourite!'),
          h('p', 'What is your favourite animal?'),
          h(
            'p',
            h(
              'select',
              { binding: [this, '_favourite'] },
              h('option', 'undecided'),
              h('option', 'cat'),
              h('option', 'dog')
            )
          ),
          h(
            'button',
            {
              onclick: () => this._modal2.close()
            },
            'Confirm'
          ),
          h(
            'button',
            {
              onclick: () => this._modal2.cancel()
            },
            'Cancel'
          )
        )
      )
    )
  }
}
 
hyperdom.append(document.getElementById('root'), new DemoApp())

CSS

Supported browsers provide their own default styles for the modal and backdrop. You must include the polyfill stylesheet in your app for unsupported browsers to achieve the same default behaviour. You can include it from this package at node_modules/hyperdom-modal/dist/dialog-polyfill.css

You can add styles to override the defaults and style the content passed in to your modal. Example stylesheet.

Options

Name Type Default Description
openBinding binding none A hyperdom binding that determines whether the modal window is open
dialogOptions object none Any options such as attributes or event handlers passed to the <dialog> element
onCancel function none A function that is called when the modal dialog is closed e.g. using the escape key

More About <dialog>

License

MIT © Featurist Ltd

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