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peripheral-view

0.2.1 • Public • Published

peripheral-view npm

React component for rendering a sliding window view of elements.

Live demo

Installation

npm install peripheral-view --save

Usage

import PeripheralView from "peripheral-view";
 
<PeripheralView
  ref={r => (this.view = r)}
  length={1000}
  radius={100}
  renderMap={i => <div key={i}>{i}</div>}
  handleChange={i => console.log(i)}
/>;
 
this.view.scrollTo(250);

Props

length

type: number

The maximum number of elements. To create a view with an infinite number of elements, use Infinity.

radius

type: number

The number of elements to render adjacent to both sides of the current element. This value must be large enough such that when the current view is rendered, there exists elements rendered outside of the scrolling viewport.

renderMap

type: number => React element

A mapping function from element index to React element. The React element returned must have the key prop and its value must be a nonnegative value (usually the value will be the parameter of renderMap). The value must be nonnegative because PeripheralView internally has components with negative keys.

handleChange

type: number => void

A callback that is called when the index used as the "center" is changed.

Methods

scrollTo

type: number => void

Make the input index the current element. This brings the corresponding element to view by changing the scroll location of the nearest scrollable ancestor.

Install

npm i peripheral-view

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Version

0.2.1

License

MIT

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12.4 kB

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