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ngx-joyride

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Angular Joyride

An Angular Tour (Joyride) library built entirely in Angular, without using any heavy external dependencies like Bootstrap or JQuery. From now on you can easily guide your users through your site showing them all the sections and features.

For Angular 2+ (2, 4, 5, 6, 7)

Demo

See the demo. Let's take a tour! ✈️ 🌎

Install

npm install ngx-joyride --save

or

yarn add ngx-joyride

Usage

#### 1. Mark your HTML elements with the joyrideStep directive

  <h1 joyrideStep="firstStep" title="Page Title" text="Main title!">Text</h1>
  <div joyrideStep="secondStep" title="Page Title" text="Main title!">Div content</div>

#### 2. Import the JoyrideModule in your AppModule

@NgModule({
  declarations: [AppComponent],
  imports: [
   JoyrideModule.forRoot(),
   RouterModule.forRoot([]),
   BrowserModule
  ],
  providers: [],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})
export class AppModule { }

#### 3. Inject the JoyrideService in your Component and start the Tour, passing the steps order list

 
@Component({
  selector: 'app-component',
  templateUrl: './app.component.html'
})
export class AppComponent {
  constructor(private readonly joyrideService: JoyrideService) { }
 
  onClick() {
    this.joyrideService.startTour(
      { steps: ['firstStep', 'secondStep']} // Your steps order
    );
  }
}
 

#### 4. En-joy 😉

API reference

Directive Inputs/Outputs

You can use the joyrideStep directive with these inputs:

@Input Required Purpose Values/Type
joyrideStep Yes The step name, it should be unique. string
stepPosition No The position in which the step will be drawn. 'top', 'right', 'bottom', 'left', 'center'
title No The step title. string
text No The step text content. string
stepContent No An Angular template with custom content. TemplateRef<any>
stepContentParams No Data object to pass in with Angular template Object
prevTemplate No An Angular template with a custom prev button. TemplateRef<any>
nextTemplate No An Angular template with a custom next button. TemplateRef<any>
doneTemplate No An Angular template with a custom done button. TemplateRef<any>
counterTemplate No An Angular template with a custom counter component. TemplateRef<any>
@Output Required Purpose
next No It fires an event when 'Next' button is clicked.
prev No It fires an event when 'Prev' button is clicked.
done No It fires an event when 'Done' button or 'Close' are clicked and the Tour is finished.

Options

Name Required Purpose Type Default value
steps Yes Represent the ordered list of steps name to show. e.g steps: ['step1', 'header', 'interesting-table', 'navbar']. This option is particularly useful for multi-pages navigation. If your step is not in the root path, you should indicate the route after the step name, with a @ as separator. E.g. : steps: ['firstStep', 'image@home', 'step4@about/you', 'user-avatar@user/details'] string[] none
startWith No The name of the step (plus the route for multi-page navigation) from which the stour should start. string undefined
waitingTime No The time (in milliseconds) to wait before showing the next/prev step. number 1
stepDefaultPosition No Define a step default position. The stepPositon set in the directive override this value. string bottom
themeColor No Backdrop, buttons and title color. (Hexadecimal value) string #3b5560
showCounter No Show the counter on the bottom-left. boolean true
showPrevButton No Show the "Prev" button. boolean true
logsEnabled No Enable logs to see info about the library status. Usuful to get a meaningful error message. boolean false

You can change each element step css overriding the default style.

How tos

Use Custom Content

If you'd like to use custom HTML content instead of simple text you can use the stepContent property instead of text. Let's see how.

<div joyrideStep="step1" [stepContent]="customContent">I'm the target element.</div>
<ng-template #customContent>
    ... Insert whatever you'd like to ...
</ng-template>

Use Custom Content With Dynamic Data

If you'd like to pass params to template, use the stepContentParams property. Let's see how.

<div joyrideStep="step1" [stepContent]="customContent" [stepContentParams]="{'name': 'John'}">I'm the target element.</div>
<ng-template #customContent let-person="name">
    Hello {{person}}
</ng-template>

Use custom buttons and/or counter

If you'd like to customize the next, prev and done button or you want to use your own counter component, you can:

Important: These inputs should be used just once, in the first step of your tour.

<div joyrideStep="step1" 
     [prevTemplate]="prevButton" 
     [nextTemplate]="nextButton"
     [doneTemplate]="doneButton"
     [counterTemplate]="counter">
     I'm the target element.</div>
    <ng-template #prevButton>
       <my-button>Go back!</my-button>
    </ng-template>
    <ng-template #nextButton>
       <my-button>Go ahead!</my-button>
    </ng-template>
    <ng-template #doneButton>
       <my-button>Complete</my-button>
    </ng-template>
    <ng-template #counter let-step="step" let-total="total">
       {{ step }} of {{ total }} steps
    </ng-template>

N.B.: The counter template has 2 parameters, step represents the current step number, total is the total number of steps.

Set the options

this.joyrideService.startTour({
    steps: ['step1', 'my-step@home', 'lastStep@home'],
    showPrevButton: false,
    stepDefaultPosition: 'top',
    themeColor: '#212f23'
});

Listen for events

Mode 1: Using directive output events

@Component({
  selector: 'app-component',
  template: `<div joyrideStep="joy1" title="title" (prev)="onPrev()" (next)="onNext()">Hello!</div>
             <div joyrideStep="joy2" title="title2" (done)="onDone()">Hello!</div>`
})
export class AppComponent {
  constructor(private readonly joyrideService: JoyrideService) { }
 
  onClick() {
    this.joyrideService.startTour(
      { steps: ['joy1', 'joy2']} // Your steps order
    );
  }
 
  onNext(){
    // Do something
  }
 
  onPrev() {
    // Do something
  }
 
  onDone() {
    // Do something
  }
}

Mode 2: Subscribing to startTour

@Component({
  selector: 'app-component',
  template: `<div joyrideStep="joy1" title="title" (prev)="onPrev()" (next)="onNext()">Hello!</div>
             <div joyrideStep="joy2" title="title2" (done)="onDone()">Hello!</div>`
})
export class AppComponent {
  constructor(private readonly joyrideService: JoyrideService) { }
 
  onClick() {
    this.joyrideService.startTour({ steps: ['joy1', 'joy2']}).subscribe(
      (step) => { /*Do something*/},
      (error) => { /*handle error*/},
      () => { /*Tour is finished here, do something*/}
    );
  }
}

N.B.: Using events is very helpful when your next target is hidden in the DOM. If a target is not visible (e.g. *ngIf='false') you should use the (next) event to make the target somehow findable in the DOM.

Get Multi Pages navigation

If your steps are scattered among different pages you can now reach them, just add their name in the steps list followed by @route/to/page.

Lets suppose you have three steps:

  • navbar, located in the app root /
  • user-avatar, located in /user/details
  • info, located in /about

What you should do is adding your steps in this way:

...
    this.joyrideService.startTour({steps: ["navbar", "user-avatar@user/details", "info@about"]); 
...

NB: If you're using lazy modules, you should import the JoyrideModule in your AppModule using JoyrideModule.forRoot(). In your lazy loaded feature modules use JoyrideModule.forChild() instead.

Close programmatically the tour

In order to close programmatically the tour you'll just need to call the JoyrideService closeTour() method:

...
    this.joyrideService.closeTour(); 
...

Licence

MIT

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npm i ngx-joyride

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