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nativescript-taskpie

1.0.5 • Public • Published

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NativeScript Task Pie

A NativeScript module for drawing Microsoft Planner like progress charts.

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License

MIT license

Platforms

  • Android
  • iOS (currently in progress!)

Installation

Run

tns plugin add nativescript-taskpie

inside your app project to install the module.

Demo

The demo app can be found here.

Demo app

Documentation

Have a look at the index.ts file to get an overview of all types, methods and properties.

Otherwise...

Usage

<Page xmlns="http://schemas.nativescript.org/tns.xsd"
      xmlns:taskPie="nativescript-taskpie"
      navigatingTo="onNavigatingTo">
 
  <taskPie:TaskPie id="my-taskpie"
                   description="79 days left"
                   pieText="16" pieSubText="tasks left" />
</Page>

Add this CSS to your app.css, e.g.

It is possible that you have to customize some properties:

.nsTaskPie-pieArea .nsTaskPie-textArea {
    margin-top: -16;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-pieArea .nsTaskPie-textArea .nsTaskPie-text {
    text-align: center;
    font-size: 40;
    color: #a6a6a6;
    padding: 0;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-pieArea .nsTaskPie-textArea .nsTaskPie-subText {
    text-align: center;
    font-size: 20;
    color: #a6a6a6;
    margin-top: -8;
    padding: 0;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-description {
    font-size: 20;
    margin-bottom: 12;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-categories .nsTaskPie-category {
    margin-left: 4;
    margin-right: 4;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-categories .nsTaskPie-border {
    height: 8;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-categories .nsTaskPie-count,
.nsTaskPie-categories .nsTaskPie-name,
.nsTaskPie-description {
    text-align: center;
    color: #333333;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-categories .nsTaskPie-count {
    font-size: 16;
    margin-top: 4;
}
 
.nsTaskPie-categories .nsTaskPie-name {
    font-size: 12;
}

The following XML shows the structure of a TaskPie view:

<TaskPie cssClass="nsTaskPie"
         rows="auto,auto,auto" columns="*">
  
  <!-- pieGrid() -->
  <GridLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-pieArea"
              rows="auto" columns="1*,4*,1*"
              horizontalAlignment="stretch" verticalAlignment="center">
        
    <!-- pieImage() -->        
    <Image cssClass="nsTaskPie-pie"
           col="1" row="0"
           horizontalAlignment="stretch" verticalAlignment="center" />
           
    <!-- pieTextArea() -->
    <StackLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-textArea"
                 col="0" row="0" colspan="3"
                 horizontalAlignment="stretch" verticalAlignment="center">
    
      <!-- pieTextField() --> 
      <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-text" />
      
      <!-- pieSubTextField() --> 
      <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-subText" />
    </StackLayout>
    
    <!-- descriptionField() -->
    <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-description"
           col="0" row="1" />
           
    <!-- categoryGrid() --> 
    <GridLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-categories"
                rows="*" columns="*,*,*,*">
                
      <!-- [0] "Not started" -->
      <StackLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-category"
                   row="0" col="0">
                   
        <Border cssClass="nsTaskPie-border"
                backgroundColor="#ffc90e"
                horizontalAlignment="stretch" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-count"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="0" textWrap="true" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-name"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="Not started" textWrap="true" />
      </StackLayout>
      
      <!-- [1] "Late" -->
      <StackLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-category"
                   col="1" row="0">
                   
        <Border cssClass="nsTaskPie-border"
                backgroundColor="#d54130"
                horizontalAlignment="stretch" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-count"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="0" textWrap="true" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-name"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="Late" textWrap="true" />
      </StackLayout>
      
      <!-- [2] "In progress" -->
      <StackLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-category"
                   col="2" row="0">
                   
        <Border cssClass="nsTaskPie-border"
                backgroundColor="#4cabe1"
                horizontalAlignment="stretch" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-count"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="0" textWrap="true" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-name"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="In progress" textWrap="true" />
      </StackLayout>
      
      <!-- [3] "Completed" -->
      <StackLayout cssClass="nsTaskPie-category"
                   col="3" row="0">
                   
        <Border cssClass="nsTaskPie-border"
                backgroundColor="#88be39"
                horizontalAlignment="stretch" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-count"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="0" textWrap="true" />
        
        <Label cssClass="nsTaskPie-name"
               horizontalAlignment="stretch"
               text="Completed" textWrap="true" />
      </StackLayout>
    </GridLayout>
  </GridLayout>
</TaskPie>

Dependency properties

Name Description CSS class
categories The custom category list. nsTaskPie-categories
categoryStyle CSS style for category area. nsTaskPie-categories
countChanged Event that is raised when a count value of a task category changed. ---
counts The list of the category's count values. ---
description The description (text under the pie). nsTaskPie-description
descriptionStyle CSS style of the description. nsTaskPie-description
pieGridStyle CSS style of the grid tat contains the pie and its texts. nsTaskPie-pieArea
pieSize The size the pie is drawed with. The higher the better is the quality, but needs more memory. Default: 300 nsTaskPie-pie
pieStyle CSS style of the pie image. nsTaskPie-pie
pieSubText The sub text of the pie. nsTaskPie-subText
pieSubTextStyle CSS style of the pie's sub text. nsTaskPie-subText
pieText The pie text. nsTaskPie-text
pieTextAreaStyle CSS style of the area that contains the pie texts. nsTaskPie-textArea
pieTextStyle CSS style of the pie's text. nsTaskPie-text

Categories

By default you have the following categories:

Name Color Type (TaskCategoryType)
Not started ffc90e NotStarted
Late d54130 NotStarted
In progress 4cabe1 InProgress
Completed 88be39 Completed

Add own

You can use the addCategory() method to add categories.

import TaskPieModule = require('nativescript-taskpie');
 
export function onNavigatingTo(args) {
    var page = args.object;
    
    var pie = <TaskPieModule.TaskPie>page.getViewById('my-taskpie'));
    
    // this switches the view in 'edit mode'
    // what means that is not refresh until the action
    // has been finished
    pie.edit(() => {
        pie.clearCategories();
        
        pie.addCategory('Pending', 'ffc90e', TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.NotStarted)
           .addCategory('Late!', 'd54130', TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.NotStarted)
           .addCategory('On work', '4cabe1', TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.InProgress)
           .addCategory('Complete', '88be39', TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.Completed);
    });
}

You also can use the categories (dependency) property to set an own list of items.

pie.categories = [
    {
        name: 'Pending',
        color: 'ffc90e',
        type: TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.NotStarted,
    },
    
    {
        name: 'Late!',
        color: 'd54130',
        type: TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.NotStarted,
    },
    
    {
        name: 'On work',
        color: '4cabe1',
        type: TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.InProgress,
    },
    
    {
        name: 'Complete',
        color: '88be39',
        type: TaskPieModule.TaskCategoryType.Completed,
    },
];

Each item has the following structure:

interface ITaskCategory {
    /**
     * The color.
     */
    color?: string | number | Color.Color;
 
    /**
     * Number of tasks.
     */
    count?: number;
 
    /**
     * The name.
     */
    name: string;
 
    /**
     * The type.
     */
    type?: TaskCategoryType;
}

The recommed way is to use the addCategory() method. These method creates ITaskCategory objects that raise change events for its properties, so this has better support for data binding.

Data binding

The following example is similar to the demp app.

XML

<Page xmlns="http://schemas.nativescript.org/tns.xsd"
      xmlns:taskPie="nativescript-taskpie"
      navigatingTo="onNavigatingTo">
 
  <taskPie:TaskPie id="my-taskpie"
                   counts="{{ taskCounts }}"
                   pieSize="{{ pieSize }}"
                   description="{{ daysLeft ? (daysLeft + ' days left') : null }}"
                   pieText="{{ pie.totalLeft }}" pieSubText="tasks left"
                   countChanged="{{ taskCountChanged }}" />
</Page>

ViewModel

import Observable = require("data/observable");
import TaskPieModule = require('nativescript-taskpie');
 
export function onNavigatingTo(args) {
    var page = args.object;
    var pie = <TaskPieModule.TaskPie>page.getViewById('my-taskpie');
 
    var viewModel: any = new Observable.Observable();
    viewModel.set('daysLeft', 79);  // value for description
    viewModel.set('pie', pie);
    viewModel.set('pieSize', 720);  // draw pie with 720x720
    viewModel.set('taskCounts', [11, 4, 1, 11]);  // initial count values
    
    viewModel.taskCountChanged = (category, newValue, oldValue, pie) => {
        console.log("Value of category '" + category.name + "' changed from '" + oldValue + "' to '" + newValue + "'.");
    };
    
    page.bindingContext = viewModel;
}

Install

npm i nativescript-taskpie

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1.0.5

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