Declarative Shared-element Transitions For Vue.js

Description:

Declarative shared-element transitions between pages for Vue.js.

Basic Usage:

1. Import and register the component.

import Vue from 'vue'
import {
  SharedElementRouteGuard,
  SharedElementDirective
} from 'v-shared-element'
Vue.use(SharedElementDirective)
const router = new VueRouter({ ... })
router.beforeEach(SharedElementRouteGuard)

2. Add the v-shared-element component to the app template.

<div v-shared-element:namespace></div>

3. Basic example.

<template>
  <div>
    <h1>Contacts</h1>
    <ul>
      <li
        v-for="contact in contacts"
        :key="contact.id"
      >
        <img
          :src="contact.profile"
          v-shared-element:[contact.id]
        />
        <span>{{ contact.name }}</span>
      </li>
    </ul>
  </div>
</template>
export default {
  data() {
    return {
      contacts: [
        {
          id: '123',
          profile: '/path/to/',
          name: 'Vuescript'
        },
        ...
      ]
    }
  }
}

4. All possible options.

/**
 * CSS easing function
 * @default "ease"
 */
easing: string
/**
 * CSS duration
 * @default "300ms"
 */
duration: string
/**
 * CSS duration that controls
 * the "fade-out" stage of the animation
 * to blend the cloned node with the real one.
 * Set to `"0s"` to disable
 * @default "150ms"
 */
endDuration: string | false
/**
 * Setting to `true` will limit animations to `transform` and `opacity` only
 * @default false
 */
compositeOnly: boolean
/**
 * The z-index used for elements during the animation
 * @default 1
 */
zIndex: number
/**
 * If `true`, child nodes will be included in the animation
 * @default false
 */
includeChildren: boolean
/**
 * If `false` and the element we're transitioning **to** has a transparent background then
 * the element we're transitioning from will fade out.
 * If `true` the transparency of the element's background will be ignored.
 *
 * This can also be an array of tag names that should be ignored (e.g. `['img', 'button']`).
 * @default ['img']
 */
ignoreTransparency: boolean | string[]
/**
 * Setting this to `true` will disable any shared-elements on the
 * current page **unless** they are in the viewport.
 * @default false
 */
restrictToViewport: boolean
/**
 * Prevents the shared-element from entering the cloning phase unless one of the following is true:
 *
 * If `restrictToRoutes` is any array and the `path` of the upcoming route matches an item
 * in that array.
 *
 * Or, if `restrictToRoutes` is a function and that function that returns true.
 *
 *
 * ---
 *
 * Setting `restrictToRoutes` to `false` disables this behavior completely.
 *
 * ---
 *
 * @default
 * false
 *
 * @example
 * ```html
 * <button
 *  v-shared-element:id="{
 *    restrictToRoutes(to, from, id) {
 *      return id === to.params.productId
 *    }
 *  }">Click me</button>
 * ```
 */
restrictToRoutes: false | string[] | ((to: Route, from: Route, id: string) => boolean)

Preview:

Declarative Shared-element Transitions For Vue.js

Download Details:

Author: justintaddei

Live Demo: https://justintaddei.github.io/v-shared-element/

Download Link: https://github.com/justintaddei/v-shared-element/archive/master.zip

Official Website: https://github.com/justintaddei/v-shared-element

Install & Download:

# Yarn
$ yarn add v-shared-element

# NPM
$ npm i v-shared-element

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