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    1.0.4 • Public • Published

    MatRipple

    Material design Ripple effect.

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    Install

    NPM
    $ npm i mat-ripple
    CDN
    <script src="https://unpkg.com/mat-ripple"></script>

    Import

    // ES6
    import MatRipple from 'mat-ripple';
    
    // CommonJS
    const MatRipple = require('mat-ripple');

    Usage

    MatRipple is a customElementso it can be used directly in the html like so <mat-ripple>

    <div id="container">
    	<button id="myAwesomeBtn">
    		Click me
    		<mat-ripple />
    	</button>
    </div>

    or

    // ES6
    import MatRipple from 'mat-ripple';
    
    let myAwesomeBtn = document.getElementById('myAwesomeBtn');
    let ripple = new MatRipple();
    
    myAwesomeBtn.appendChild(ripple);

    Properties

    Name Type Default Description
    color string #00000033 Custom color or any valid CSS background property for all ripples.
    unbounded boolean false Whether the ripples should be visible outside the component's bounds.
    disabled boolean false Whether click events will not trigger the ripple. Ripples can be still launched manually by using the launch method.
    centered boolean false Whether the ripple always originates from the center of the host element's bounds, rather than originating from the location of the click event.
    radius number 0 If set, the radius in pixels of foreground ripples when fully expanded. If unset, the radius will be the distance from the center of the ripple to the furthest corner of the host element's bounding rectangle.
    <div id="container">
    	<button id="myAwesomeBtn">
    		Click me
    		<mat-ripple color="#49b3a533" disabled centered unbounded radius="70" />
    	</button>
    </div>

    API

    // ES6
    import MatRipple from 'mat-ripple';
    
    let myAwesomeBtn = document.getElementById('myAwesomeBtn');
    let container = document.getElementById('container');
    
    let ripple = new MatRipple();
    /**
     * Custom color or any valid `CSS` background property for all ripples.
     * @default `rgba(0,0,0,.2)`.
     */
    ripple.color = '#ff000033';
    
    /**
     * Set whether the ripple always originates from the center of the host element's bounds, rather
     * than originating from the location of the click event.
     * @default false
     */
    ripple.centered = true;
    
    /** Set whether the ripples should be visible outside the component's bounds.
     * @default false
     */
    ripple.unbounded = true;
    
    /**
     * If set, the radius in pixels of ripples when fully expanded.
     * If unset, the radius will be the distance from the center of the ripple
     * to the furthest corner of the host element's bounding rectangle.
     * @default 0
     */
    ripple.radius = 70;
    
    /**
     * whether click events will not trigger the ripple.
     * @default false
     */
    ripple.disabled = false;
    
    /**
     * Configuration for the ripple animation.
     * Allows modifying the enter and exit animation duration of the ripples.
     * The animation durations will be overwritten if the NoopAnimationsModule is being used.
     */
    ripple.animation = {
    	/**
    	 * Duration in milliseconds for the enter animation (expansion from point of contact).
    	 * @default 450
    	 */
    	enterDuration: 5000,
    	/**
    	 * Duration in milliseconds for the exit animation (fade-out).
    	 * @default 400
    	 */
    	exitDuration: 1000,
    };
    
    /**
     * The element that triggers the ripple when click events are received.
     * @default the host element.
     */
    ripple.trigger = container;
    
    myAwesomeBtn.appendChild(ripple);

    Global options

    Instantiate MatRipple using global options.

    // ES6
    import MatRipple from 'mat-ripple';
    
    const globalOptions = {
    	/**
    	 * Whether ripples should be disabled. Ripples can be still launched manually by using
    	 * the `launch` method. Therefore focus indicators will still show up.
    	 * @default false
    	 */
    	disabled: false,
    
    	/**
    	 * Configuration for the animation duration of the ripples. There are two phases with different
    	 * durations for the ripples.
    	 */
    	animation: {
    		/**
    		 * Duration in milliseconds for the enter animation (expansion from point of contact).
    		 * @default 450
    		 */
    		enterDuration: 5000,
    
    		/**
    		 * Duration in milliseconds for the exit animation (fade-out).
    		 * @default 400
    		 */
    		exitDuration: 1000,
    	},
    
    	/**
    	 * Whether ripples should start fading out immediately after the mouse or touch is released. By
    	 * default, ripples will wait for the enter animation to complete and for mouse or touch release.
    	 * @default  false
    	 */
    	terminateOnPointerUp: false,
    };
    
    const ripple = new MatRipple(globalOptions);

    Methods

    /**
     * Launches a manual ripple at the specified coordinates within the element.
     * @param x Coordinate within the element, along the X axis at which to fade-in the ripple.
     * @param y Coordinate within the element, along the Y axis at which to fade-in the ripple.
     * @param config Optional ripple configuration for the manual ripple.
     */
    launch(x, y, config);
    
    /**
     * Fades out all currently showing ripple elements.
     */
    fadeOutAll();

    Demo

    A simple demo using the UMD version.

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i mat-ripple

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    127

    Version

    1.0.4

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    107 kB

    Total Files

    20

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