A react component to easily use number inputs. This one acts like those in After Effects or similar software.
- Click and drag to slide the value.
- Double-click to enter manually a new value.
- Use your Up/Down keys to increment/decrement the value.
- Hold shift key to step by bigger value.
- Hold control/command key to step by smaller value.
var React = ;var NumberEditor = ;React;
Here are the list of properties available for the component:
min(number) the minimum value. Default no minimum
max(number) the maximum value. Default no maximum
step(number) the step to increment when sliding and with up/down arrows. Default 1.
stepModifier(number) how much to multiply/divide with the modifier keys (shift and control/command). Default is 10.
decimals(number) the number of decimals to show. Default 0.
initialValue(number) the default value to show. Default 0.
className(string) the class name to apply to the DOM element. Default empty.
onValueChange(function) The callback when the value changes. The value is passed as the parameter.
- onKeyDown (function) This callback is called when a key is pressed, after the control has processed the key press, and allows developers to implement their own shortcuts, etc.
To run the demo, executes this command and go to
npm run demo
MIT, see LICENSE.md for details.