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    The spiritual successor of Split.js, built for CSS Grid.

    • Zero Deps
    • Tiny: Weights 2kb gzipped.
    • Fast: No overhead or attached window event listeners, uses pure CSS for resizing.
    • Unopinionated: Only modifies grid-template-* rules, the rest of the layout is up to you.

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    Installation

    Yarn:

    $ yarn add split-grid
    

    npm:

    $ npm install --save split-grid
    

    Include with a module bundler like rollup or webpack:

    // using ES6 modules
    import Split from 'split-grid'
    
    // using CommonJS modules
    var Split = require('split-grid')

    The UMD build is also available on unpkg:

    <script src="https://unpkg.com/split-grid/dist/split-grid.js"></script>

    You can find the library on window.Split.

    Example

    import Split from 'split-grid'
    
    Split({
      columnGutters: [{
        track: 1,
        element: document.querySelector('.column-1'),
      }, {
        track: 3,
        element: document.querySelector('.column-3'),
      }],
      rowGutters: [{
        track: 1,
        element: document.querySelector('.row-1'),
      }]
    })

    Reference

    Split(options: Options)

    Supported CSS values

    Current CSS values that are supported in grid-template, grid-template-columns, grid-template-rows:

    • [x] fr
    • [x] px
    • [x] %
    • [x] repeat

    Not supported (yet):

    • [ ] auto
    • [ ] other CSS values (em, vmin, cm, etc)

    Options

    Most of the options can be specified as option, columnOption and rowOption. This allows default option values to be set for both, or specified individually for each axis.

    columnGutters: [{ element: HTMLElement, track: number }]

    An array of objects, with element and track keys. element is the element in the grid to enable as a draggable gutter. track is the grid track the gutter element is positioned on. These must match.

    rowGutters: [{ element: HTMLElement, track: number }]

    An array of objects, with element and track keys. element is the element in the grid to enable as a draggable gutter. track is the grid track the gutter element is positioned on. These must match.

    minSize: number

    The minimum size in pixels for all tracks. Default: 0

    columnMinSize: number

    The minimum size in pixels for all tracks. Default: options.minSize

    rowMinSize: number

    The minimum size in pixels for all tracks. Default: options.minSize

    columnMinSizes: { [track: number]: number }

    An object keyed by track index, with values set to the minimum size in pixels for the track at that index. Allows individual minSizes to be specified by track. Note this option is plural with an s, while the two fallback options are singular. Default: options.columnMinSize

    rowMinSizes: { [track: number]: number }

    An object keyed by track index, with values set to the minimum size in pixels for the track at that index. Allows individual minSizes to be specified by track. Note this option is plural with an s, while the two fallback options are singular. Default: options.rowMinSize

    snapOffset: number

    Snap to minimum size at this offset in pixels. Set to 0 to disable snap. Default: 30

    columnSnapOffset: number

    Snap to minimum size at this offset in pixels. Set to 0 to disable snap. Default: options.snapOffset

    rowSnapOffset: number

    Snap to minimum size at this offset in pixels. Set to 0 to disable snap. Default: options.snapOffset

    dragInterval: number

    Drag this number of pixels at a time. Defaults to 1 for smooth dragging, but can be set to a pixel value to give more control over the resulting sizes. Default: 1

    columnDragInterval: number

    Drag this number of pixels at a time. Defaults to 1 for smooth dragging, but can be set to a pixel value to give more control over the resulting sizes. Default: options.dragInterval

    rowDragInterval: number

    Drag this number of pixels at a time. Defaults to 1 for smooth dragging, but can be set to a pixel value to give more control over the resulting sizes. Default: options.dragInterval

    cursor: string

    Cursor to show while dragging. Defaults to 'col-resize' for column gutters and 'row-resize' for row gutters.

    columnCursor: string

    Cursor to show while dragging. Default: 'col-resize'

    rowCursor: string

    Cursor to show while dragging. Default: 'row-resize'

    onDrag: (direction: 'row' | 'column', track: number, gridTemplateStyle: string) => void

    Called continously on drag. For process intensive code, add a debounce function to rate limit this callback. gridTemplateStyle is the computed CSS value for grid-template-column or grid-template-row, depending on direction.

    onDragStart: (direction: 'row' | 'column', track: number) => void

    Called on drag start.

    onDragEnd: (direction: 'row' | 'column', track: number) => void

    Called on drag end.

    writeStyle: (grid: HTMLElement, gridTemplateProp: 'grid-template-column' | 'grid-template-row', gridTemplateStyle: string) => void

    Called to update the CSS properties of the grid element. Must eventually apply the CSS value to the CSS prop, or the grid will not change. gridTemplateStyle is the computed CSS value of CSS rule gridTemplateProp.

    Default:

    writeStyle: (grid, gridTemplateProp, gridTemplateStyle) => {
      grid.style[gridTemplateProp] = gridTemplateStyle
    }
    gridTemplateColumns gridTemplateRows

    Helper options for determining initial CSS values for grid-template-columns and grid-template-rows. Most of the time this option is not needed, as Split Grid reads the CSS rules applied to the grid element, but security settings may prevent that, for example, when the CSS is served from a 3rd-party domain. This is ONLY NEEDED if the default method of reading the CSS values errors. This option does not immediately apply CSS rules, it's only used on drag.

    API

    const split = Split(options: Options)

    Split Grid returns an instance with a couple of functions. The instance is returned on creation.

    split.addColumnGutter(element: HTMLElement, track: number)

    Adds a draggable row gutter. The element must be a direct descendant of the element with grid layout, and positioned in the specified track.

    const grid = document.querySelector('.grid')
    const gutter = document.createElement('div')
    
    grid.appendChild(gutter)  // append to DOM
    split.addColumnGutter(gutter, 1)  // add to Split Grid
    split.addRowGutter(element: HTMLElement, track: number)

    Adds a draggable row gutter. The element must be a direct descendant of the element with grid layout, and positioned in the specified track.

    const grid = document.querySelector('.grid')
    const gutter = document.createElement('div')
    
    grid.appendChild(gutter)  // append to DOM
    split.addRowGutter(gutter, 1)  // add to Split Grid
    split.removeColumnGutter(track: number, immediate?: true)

    Removes event listeners from a column gutter by track number. If immediate = false is passed, event handlers are removed after dragging ends. If a gutter isn't currently being dragged, it's event handlers are removed immediately.

    split.removeRowGutter(track: number, immediate?: true)

    Removes event listeners from a row gutter by track number. If immediate = false is passed, event handlers are removed after dragging ends. If a gutter isn't currently being dragged, it's event handlers are removed immediately.

    split.destroy(immediate?: true)

    Destroy the instance by removing the attached event listeners. If immediate = false is passed, the instance is destroyed after dragging ends. If a gutter isn't currently being dragged, it's destroyed immediately.

    Migrating from Split.js

    Bring your own gutters

    In Split.js, gutter elements were created by Split.js and inserted in to the DOM. This is not the case in Split Grid. Create the gutter elements in the HTML as children of the grid element, and lay them out in the tracks like any other element. Pass the gutter elements in the options with their track index.

    Split.js

    Split(options) // gutters created implicitly

    Split Grid

    Gutters are part of the grid layout:

    <div class="grid">
        <div>Column One</div>
        <div class="gutter-column-1"></div>
        <div>Column Two</div>
        <div class="gutter-column-3"></div>
        <div>Column Three</div>
        <div>Row One</div>
        <div class="gutter-row-1"></div>
        <div>Row Two</div>
    </div>
    Split({ // gutters specified in options
        columnGutters: [{
            track: 1,
            element: document.querySelector('.gutter-column-1'),
        }, {
            track: 3,
            element: document.querySelector('.gutter-column-3'),
        }],
        rowGutters: [{
            track: 1,
            element: document.querySelector('.gutter-row-1'),
        }]
    })

    CSS values replace sizes option

    CSS grid layout offers more flexibility than Split.js's percentage values, so Split Grid uses the grid-template values directly. Instead of setting the initial sizes as an option in Javascript, set the initial sizes in CSS.

    Split.js

    Split({
        sizes: [50, 50]
    })

    Split Grid

    <div style="grid-template-columns: 1fr 10px 1fr"></div>

    or

    > document.querySelector('.grid').style['grid-template-columns'] = '1fr 10px 1fr'

    split.getSizes() is replaced by CSS values

    Likewise, the .getSizes() function is replaced by reading the CSS values directly.

    Split.js

    > split.getSizes()
    [50, 50]

    Split Grid

    > document.querySelector('.grid').style['grid-template-columns']
    "1fr 10px 1fr"

    split.setSizes() is replaced by CSS values

    In the same way, the .getSizes() function is replaced by setting the CSS values directly.

    Split.js

    > split.setSizes([50, 50])

    Split Grid

    > document.querySelector('.grid').style['grid-template-columns'] = '1fr 10px 1fr'

    split.destroy() has different parameters in Split Grid

    Since there's no styles or gutters added by Split Grid, there's no need for Split.js' preserveStyles and preserveGutters parameters. Instead, .destroy() takes one parameter, immediate: boolean, whether to wait until the gutter has stopped dragging before removing event listeners.

    License

    Copyright (c) 2019 Nathan Cahill

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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