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    ng2-page-transition

    Simple Angular2 component to create a page transition animation on route changes.

    Works for Angular 2.x only. Angular 4.1 will support route transitions built in, check out https://github.com/bergben/ng2-page-transition/issues/8

    Features

    All that this component does is listen for route changes and on NavigationStart it triggers an animation to fade out the current page and fade in the page on the new route. By default it also scrolls the page to the top on route changes, this can be disabled though.

    Install

    $ npm install ng2-page-transition --save

    Add web-animations-js if you haven't done so already to support all browsers (see https://angular.io/docs/ts/latest/guide/animations.html)

    $ npm install web-animations-js --save

    Usage

    Import the module

    // app.module.ts
    import {NgModule} from '@angular/core';
    import { RouterModule } from '@angular/router'; //Router is required for the component to work
    import {BrowserModule} from '@angular/platform-browser';
    import { Ng2PageTransitionModule } from "ng2-page-transition"; // <-- import the module
    import {MyComponent} from './my.component';
     
    @NgModule({
        imports: [BrowserModule,
                  RouterModule.forRoot() //Router is required
                  Ng2PageTransitionModule // <-- include it in your app module
                 ],
        declarations: [MyComponent],  
        bootstrap: [MyComponent]
    })
    export class MyAppModule {}

    Wrap content in your template

    <!-- my.component.html -->
    <ng2-page-transition>
        <router-outlet></router-outlet>
        Some other content
    </ng2-page-transition>

    Options

    scrollTop

    By default the component scrolls to top on route changes, you can disable this by setting [scrollTop]="false"

    <!-- my.component.html -->
    <ng2-page-transition [scrollTop]="false">
        <router-outlet></router-outlet>
        Some other content
    </ng2-page-transition>

    onlyOnRoutes

    By default the transition will take place on any route change. You can activate the transition only on routes that contain one or more certain strings:

    <!-- my.component.html -->
    <ng2-page-transition [onlyOnRoutes]="['blog']">
        <router-outlet></router-outlet>
        Some other content
    </ng2-page-transition>

    onlyOnRoutes takes an array of strings, in the example above the transition would only happen on any route containing "blog" in the url.

    ignoreOnRoutes

    By default the transition will take place on any route change. You can deactivate the transition for routes that contain one or more certain strings:

    <!-- my.component.html -->
    <ng2-page-transition [ignoreOnRoutes]="['blog']">
        <router-outlet></router-outlet>
        Some other content
    </ng2-page-transition>

    ignoreOnRoutes takes an array of strings, in the example above the transition wouldn't be triggered on any route containing "blog" in the url.

    Custom transition

    If you want a different animation than the default fade out and in then you can do that like so:

    <!-- my.component.html -->
    <ng2-page-transition [animation]="customAnimation">
        <div [@ng2ElementState]="customAnimation.state">
            Some other content
        </div>
    </ng2-page-transition>
     //my.component.ts
     [...]
     import { customTransition } from './custom-transition.animation';
     
    @Component({
      selector: 'my-component', 
      [...]
      animations: [customTransition()],
    })
    export class MyComponent {
      customAnimation:any = {custom:true, state:""};
    }
     //custom-transition.animation.ts
    import {trigger, state, animate, style, transition, AnimationEntryMetadata} from '@angular/core';
     
    export function customTransition():AnimationEntryMetadata {
      return slideOutAndIn();
    }
     
    function slideOutAndIn():AnimationEntryMetadata {
      return trigger('ng2ElementState', [
        state('leave', style({
            position:'fixed', 
            width:'100%'
        })),
        state('enter', style({
            position:'fixed', 
            width:'100%'
        })),
        transition('* => enter', [
            style({transform: 'translateX(100%)'}),
            animate('0.5s ease-in-out', style({transform: 'translateX(0%)'}))
        ]),
        transition('* => leave', [
          style({transform: 'translateX(0%)'}),
          animate('0.5s ease-in-out', style({transform: 'translateX(-100%)'}))
        ]),
      ]);
    }

    customAnimation.state has three possible states: "enter", "leave" and "out". "out" is set on the router event NavigationEnd (see https://github.com/bergben/ng2-page-transition/blob/master/src/ng2-page-transition.component.ts#L36)

    enterDelay

    You can wait for the leaving animation to complete:

     //my.component.ts
     [...]
      customAnimation:any = {custom:true, state:"", enterDelay: 500};

    In this case the entering animation would be delayed by 500 ms, allowing the leaving animation which takes 500ms to complete.

    To-do

    • Provide a demo

    Install

    npm i ng2-page-transition

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    Version

    1.1.0

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    MIT

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