reactjs-navigation

0.3.9 • Public • Published

reactjs-navigation

A plug and play navigation bar which handles everything through props.

it is fairly simple but is responsive and can have drop downs if required. The Component should ideally be loaded directly from the Router as shown in the example.

INSTALLATION

`npm i reactjs-navigation --save`

Usage Example:

import React from 'react'
    import {
      BrowserRouter as Router,
    } from 'react-router-dom'
    
    import NavBarNPM from 'reactjs-navigation'
    export default ()=> {
        const options = [
          '/',
          'Gallery',
          'Contact'
        ]
        return(
            <Router>
              <div>
                <NavBarNPM 
                  pages      ={options}
                />
                <div>
                  </div>
              </div>
            </Router>
        )
      }

The basic navbar without dropdown can take the following props, only pages is required as a navbar usually requires at least one!

Navbar props types:

    background             = string
    pages                  = array(required)
    logo                   = string
    logoheight             = string
    color                  = string
    borderRadius           = string
    imgLogoAlt             = string
    dropdown_color         = string
    iconHeight             = string
    iconBorderRadius       = string
    animation              = string
    iconPosition           = string
    angle                  = number 
    the angle props has to be a number between 0 and 2 and it determines the burger menu angle when the menu is open (mobile view))
    0 45deg,  1 90deg, 2 0deg

NAVBAR PROPS DEFALT VALUES

    background              = 'rgba(1,0,0,.9)'
    pages                   =  ['/','gallery','contact','about']
    logo                    = 'https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/modules/logos_page/GitHub-Mark.png'
    logoheight              = '50px'
    color                   = 'white'
    borderRadius            = '30px'
    imgLogoAlt              = 'github'
    iconHeight              = '40px'
    iconBorderRadius        = '10px'
    animation               =  true
    iconPosition            = 'center' (center, 'flex-start', 'flex-end')
    angle                   = 0

USING DROPDOWNS

To use dropdowns all you have to do is to pass one or more page as an objects inside the pages array instead of a string using the following format.

{ 'THE_NAME_OF_YOUR_PAGE': { dropdown:['dropdown1', 'dropdown2']}

DROPDOWN PROPS TYPES

    dropdown_color          = string
    dropdown_minWidth       = string
    shadows                 = bool
    dropdown_marginTop      = string
    dropItem_margin_bottom  = string

DROPDOWN PROPS DEFALT VALUES

    dropdown_color          = 'rgba(1,0,0,.9)'
    dropdown_minWidth       = '200px'
    shadows                 = false
    dropdown_marginTop      = '55px'
    dropItem_margin_bottom  = '10px'

Example passing some optional props and also using dropdowns.

import React from 'react'
    import {
      BrowserRouter as Router,
    } from 'react-router-dom'
    
    import NavBarNPM from 'reactjs-navigation'
    export default ()=> {
        const options = [
          '/',
          {
            'Products':
          { dropdown:['dropdown1', 'dropdown2']}
          },
          {
            'About us':
            {dropdown:['dropdown1', 'dropdown2']}
          }
        ]
        return(
            <Router>
              <div>
                <NavBarNPM 
                  pages      ={options}     
                  background      = 'rgba(1,0,0,.9)'
                  pages           = {options}
                  logo            = 'https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/modules/logos_page/GitHub-Mark.png'
                  logoheight      = '50px'
                  color           = 'white'
                  borderRadius    = '30px'
                  imgLogoAlt      = 'github logo'
                  dropdown_color  = 'rgba(1,0,0,.9)'
                />
                <div>
                  </div>
              </div>
            </Router>
        )
      }

Using Icons

import React from 'react'
import {
  BrowserRouter as Router,
} from 'react-router-dom'
import NavBarNPM from 'reactjs-navigation'
export default ()=> {
    const options = [
      '/',
      {
        'Products':
      { dropdown:['page1', 'page2']}
      },
      {
        'About us':
        {dropdown:['dropdown1', 'dropdown2']}
      },
    { icon:'https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSqQ1YbQY6mYVrfFroJNRBYoBBbmDhmtV64WRb6EKwvG0-Dcwd7', 
      page:'user',
      hasDropwDown:true,
      dropdowns:['Register','Login'] 
    }
    ]
    return(
        <Router>
          <div>
            <NavBarNPM 
              pages      ={options}
              iconPosition = 'center'
            />
            <div>
              </div>
          </div>
        </Router>
    )
  }

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