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react-stack-grid

Pinterest like layout components for React.js

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react-stack-grid

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Pinterest like layout components for React.js.

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Live Demo

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https://tsuyoshiwada.github.io/react-stack-grid/

Install

You can install the react-stack-grid from npm.

$ npm install react-stack-grid

Quick Example

Following code is simplest usage.

import React, { Component } from "react";
import StackGrid from "react-stack-grid";

class MyComponent extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <StackGrid
        columnWidth={150}
      >
        <div key="key1">Item 1</div>
        <div key="key2">Item 2</div>
        <div key="key3">Item 3</div>
      </StackGrid>
    );
  }
}

width of parent is managed by react-sizeme.

Props

You can set the following properties.

PropertyTypeDefaultDescription
classNamePropTypes.stringundefinedSpecify className of component.
stylePropTypes.object{}Original style of component. Following styles are ignored. (position, height, transition)
gridRefPropTypes.funcnullReference the instance of StackGrid. Unlike ordinary ref, it accepts only functions.
componentPropTypes.string"div"See ReactTransitionGroup
itemComponentPropTypes.string"span"Specify the component of the grid item.
columnWidthPropTypes.oneOfType([PropTypes.number, PropTypes.string])150Specify column width as an number(px), or percentage string. (Example "33.33%")
gutterWidthPropTypes.number5Specify gutter width as an number.
gutterHeightPropTypes.number5Specify gutter height as an number.
durationPropTypes.number480Specify duration of animation in ms.
easingPropTypes.stringeasings.quartOutSpecify a css valid transition-timing-function string. It can be easily specification by using easings.
appearDelayPropTypes.number30Specify delay of the initial animation in ms.
appearPropTypes.funcfadeUp.appearSee Animations section.
appearedPropTypes.funcfadeUp.appear...
enterPropTypes.funcfadeUp.appear...
enteredPropTypes.funcfadeUp.appear...
leavedPropTypes.funcfadeUp.appear...
unitsPropTypes.func{ length: "px", angle: "deg" }...
monitorImagesLoadedPropTypes.boolfalseIf set to true, images reading is monitored. use imagesloaded.
vendorPrefixPropTypes.boolfalseIf set to true, add a vendor prefix to styles add dynamically.
userAgentPropTypes.stringundefinedSpecify userAgent for determinig the vendor prefix. See inline-style-prefixer.
enableSSRPropTypes.boolfalseRender component on the server side. More info.
onLayoutPropTypes.funcnullIt is called at the timing when the layout is confirmed, or at the updated timing. (Called only by client.)
horizontalPropTypes.boolfalseThe transposed (horizontal) order of drawing elements. Retains the original order of the items.
rtlPropTypes.boolfalseWhen true, items are placed right-to-left instead of the default left-to-right. Useful for RTL languages such as Arabic and Hebrew.

Instance API

updateLayout(): void

Update the current layout.

Animations

The following function must return styles related to animation.
See ReactTransitionGroup for details.

  • appear
  • appeared
  • enter
  • entered
  • leaved

You can use extended syntax for transform's style. For example properties like translateX and scale.
See easy-css-transform-builder.

Each function is given the following arguments.

  • rect: { top: number; left: number; width: number; height: number; }
  • containerSize: { width: number; height: number; }
  • index: number

It is easiest to use them because you have several presets.

  • fade
  • fadeDown
  • fadeUp
  • scaleDown
  • scaleUp
  • flip
  • helix

It's an actual use example.

import StackGrid, { transitions } from "react-stack-grid";

const { scaleDown } = transitions;

class MyComponent extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <StackGrid
        ...
        appear={scaleDown.appear}
        appeared={scaleDown.appeared}
        enter={scaleDown.enter}
        entered={scaleDown.entered}
        leaved={scaleDown.leaved}
      >
        ...
      </StackGrid>
    );
  }
}

Please try actual demonstration in live demo.

Tips

Performance when using images

When true is specified for monitorImagesLoaded, reloading occurs when the image loading is completed.
If you know the size in advance, specify monitorImagesLoaded as false.

When animation is unnecessary

By default animation is enabled.
If it's not necessary, specify 0 for duration property.

<StackGrid
  ...
  duration={0}
>
  ...
</StackGrid/>

How to manually update layout ?

If the size of an item is changed by an action such as a click event, there are cases where you want to update the layout manually.
You can manually update the layout by referring to the StackGrid instance with gridRef and executing theupdateLayout() method.

class MyComponent extends React.Component {

  // When the size of the item is changed...
  something = () => {
    this.grid.updateLayout();
  };

  render() {
    return (
      <StackGrid
        gridRef={grid => this.grid = grid}
      >
        {/* items ... */}
      </StackGrid>
    );
  }
}

Responsive layout

You can get width using react-sizeme and change columnWidth according to width.
This is a solution, but we can respond in other ways!

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import sizeMe from 'react-sizeme';
import StackGrid from 'react-stack-grid';

class YourComponent extends Component {
  render() {
    const { 
      size: { 
        width
      } 
    } = this.props;

    return (
      <StackGrid
        // more...
        columnWidth={width <= 768 ? '100%' : '33.33%'}
      >
        // Grid items...
      </StackGrid>
    );
  }
}

export default sizeMe()(YourComponent);

Thanks

License

Released under the MIT Licence

ChangeLog

See CHANGELOG.md

Author

tsuyoshiwada

Development

Initialization of the project.

$ cd /your/project/dir
$ git clone https://github.com/tsuyoshiwada/react-stack-grid.git

Install some dependencies.

$ npm install

Start the development and can you see demo page (access to the http://localhost:3000/).

$ npm start

Run lint and testing.

$ npm test

Generates build file.

$ npm run build

Contribution

Thank you for your interest in react-stack-grid.js.
Bugs, feature requests and comments are more than welcome in the issues.

Before you open a PR:

Be careful to follow the code style of the project. Run npm test after your changes and ensure you do not introduce any new errors or warnings. All new features and changes need documentation.

Thanks!

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