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vue2-animate

vue2-animate for Vue.js 2.0

Cross-browser CSS3 animation library

Version License

A Vue.js port of Animate.css. For use with Vue's built-in transitions.

This is modified version of: https://github.com/haydenbbickerton/vue-animate for Vue 2.0

Installation

HTML

Include the stylesheet:

<head>
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="vue2-animate.min.css">
</head>

npm

If you're on webpack and using the css-loader, you can use something like this:

npm install --save vue2-animate
require('vue2-animate/dist/vue2-animate.min.css')

Less

@import "<PATH_TO_SOURCE>/src/vue2-animate.less";

Building

git clone https://github.com/asika32764/vue2-animate.git
cd vue2-animate
npm install
npm run build #Compiled .css files go to the dist folder 

Usage

Use Vue.js transitions as you normally would, but for the transition name you will use one of Animate.css animations removing the In/Out from the name.

For example, if I want to use fadeInLeft and fadeOutLeft on my element, I'll write:

<transition-group name="fadeLeft" tag="ul">
    <li v-for="item in items" v-bind:key="item">
        {{ item }}
    </li>
</transition-group>

enter/leave is already written in the stylesheet, so just remove In/Out from the name and you're golden.

Custom Transition Classes

Animate.css's original classnames are supported on enter/leave transitions. So if you're going to use Custom Transition Classes, you can either add -enter/-leave to the classes:

<transition
  name="custom-classes-transition"
  enter-active-class="bounceLeft-enter"
  leave-active-class="bounceRight-leave"
>
  <p v-if="show">hello</p>
</transition>

Or use the regular In/Out syntax:

<transition
  name="bounce"
  enter-active-class="bounceInLeft"
  leave-active-class="bounceOutRight"
>
  <p v-if="show">hello</p>
</transition>

Supported Animations

Not all Animate.css animations are supported at the moment. Here is a list of what's in vue2-animate (aka - what you can put in the transition="x" attribute) as of right now:

Bounce
  • bounce
  • bounceDown
  • bounceLeft
  • bounceRight
  • bounceUp
Fade
  • fade
  • fadeDown
  • fadeDownBig
  • fadeLeft
  • fadeLeftBig
  • fadeRight
  • fadeRightBig
  • fadeUp
  • fadeUpBig
Rotate
  • rotate
  • rotateDownLeft
  • rotateDownRight
  • rotateUpLeft
  • rotateUpRight
Slide
  • slideDown
  • slideLeft
  • slideRight
  • slideUp
Zoom
  • zoom
  • zoomDown
  • zoomLeft
  • zoomRight
  • zoomUp

License

MIT

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome :)