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ractive-events-keys

ractive-events-keys

Find more Ractive.js plugins at ractivejs.org

Listen for specific keypresses - enter, tab, escape, space, leftarrow, uparrow, rightarrow, downarrow - on DOM elements.

<input on-tab='submitAndMoveOn()' on-escape='revertEdit()'>

Installation

Install from npm...

npm install ractive-events-keys

...or download it and add it as a script tag to your page:

<script src='ractive.js'></script> <!-- must go first! -->
<script src='ractive-events-keys.js'></script>

Use as a module...

Note: previous versions of this plugin would 'self-register'. If you are using a module system such as Browserify, Webpack or RequireJS, that's no longer the case - you must explicitly register the plugin.

CommonJS

var Ractive = require( 'ractive' );
var keys = require( 'ractive-events-keys' );
 
// To use the plugin with a specific instance 
var ractive = new Ractive({
  el: 'body',
  template: myTemplate,
  events: {
    // just include the ones you need 
    escape: keys.escape,
    scape: keys.space
  }
});
 
// To use it with components 
MyComponent = Ractive.extend({
  template: componentTemplate,
  events: {
    escape: keys.escape,
    scape: keys.space
  }
});
 
// To make handlers globally available to *all* instances 
Ractive.events.space = keys.space;
Ractive.events.escape = keys.escape;

AMD

define([ 'ractive', 'ractive-events-keys' ], function ( Ractive, keys ) {
  var ractive = new Ractive({
    el: 'body',
    template: myTemplate,
    events: {
      escape: keys.escape,
      scape: keys.space
    }
  });
});

ES6

import Ractive from 'ractive';
import { escape, space } from 'ractive-events-keys';
 
var ractive = new Ractive({
  el: 'body',
  template: myTemplate,
  events: { escape, space }
});

Use as a <script> tag

If you include ractive-events-keys as a script tag, it will 'self-register' with the global Ractive object, and all Ractive instances will be able to use its handlers.

License

MIT