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vuejs-tree

A highly customizable and blazing fast Vue tree component ⚡🌲

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VueJS Tree

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A highly customizable vuejs tree viewer

tree

Example

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Getting Started

Install

You can install using yarn:

$ yarn add vuejs-tree

or with npm:

$ npm install vuejs-tree

Usage

Add the following lines at the top of your .js file which contains your Vue instance.

  import Tree from 'vuejs-tree'


  // in your vue instance
  components: {
    'Tree': Tree
  },

Then add the following line in your html file to generate a tree. You can have as many trees per page as you want.

  <Tree id="my-tree-id" ref="my-tree-ref" :custom-options="myCustomOptions" :custom-styles="myCustomStyles" :nodes="treeDisplayData"></Tree>

Data Structure

You need to define data to display which is a nested array of hash.

Example:

data: {
  treeDisplayData: [
    {
      text: 'Root 1',
      state: { checked: false, selected: false, expanded: false },
      nodes: [
        {
          text: 'Child 1',
          state: { checked: false, selected: false, expanded: false },
          nodes: [
            {
              text: 'Grandchild 1',
              state: { checked: false, selected: false, expanded: false }
            },
            {
              text: 'Grandchild 2',
              state: { checked: false, selected: false, expanded: false }
            }
          ]
        },
        {
          text: 'Child 2',
          state: { checked: false, selected: false, expanded: false }
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      text: 'Root 2',
      state: { checked: false, selected: false, expanded: false }
    }
  ]
}

Node properties

Here is a fully customized node:

{
  id: 1,
  text: 'Root 1',
  definition: 'First node',
  depth: 1,
  checkable: false,
  selectable: false,
  expandable: true,
  tags: [42],
  state: {
    checked: false,
    expanded: false,
    selected: false
  },
  nodes: [
    {},
    ...
  ]
}

The Following properties define a node level css and behavior.

keytypeDetail
idString or Integer --> MandatoryUsed in the tree to differentiate each node
textString --> MandatoryThe text value displayed at the right of the node icons
definitionString --> OptionalIf some text is given, then it will show as a tooltip
depthInteger --> OptionalIt corresponds to the node depth, starting from 0, 1 or anything. It's advisable to fill these fields if some of your nodes have the same id
tags[Integer] --> OptionalThe tag is displayed at the right end of the line
checkableBoolean --> Optional, default: trueUsed to enable or disable the node's check event
selectableBoolean --> Optional, default: trueUsed to enable or disable the node's select event
expandableBoolean --> Optional, default: trueUsed to enable or disable the node's expand event
statenodes's state
state.checkedBoolean --> Mandatory, default: falseChange the node's default state (at initialize)
state.selectedBoolean --> Mandatory, default: falseChange the node's default state (at initialize)
state.expandedBoolean --> Mandatory, default: falseChange the node's default state (at initialize)
nodesObject --> OptionalUsed to display the node's children. Look above for a structure example

Options / Styles

Here is an example of a customOptions hash the tree can take. I suggest you to use a vuejs computed function if you want to use a function pointer.

computed: {
  myCustomStyles() {
    return {
      tree: {
        style: {
          height: 'auto',
          maxHeight: '300px',
          overflowY: 'visible',
          display: 'inline-block',
          textAlign: 'left'
        }
      },
      row: {
        style: {
          width: '500px',
          cursor: 'pointer'
        },
        child: {
          class: '',
          style: {
            height: '35px'
          },
          active: {
            class: 'custom_row_active_class',
            style: {
              height: '35px'
            }
          }
        }
      },
      addNode: {
        class: 'custom_class',
        style: {
          color: '#007AD5'
        }
      },
      editNode: {
        class: 'custom_class',
        style: {
          color: '#007AD5'
        }
      },
      deleteNode: {
        class: 'custom_class',
        style: {
          color: '#EE5F5B'
        }
      },
      selectIcon: {
        class: 'custom_class',
        style: {
          color: '#007AD5'
        },
        active: {
          class: 'custom_class',
          style: {
            color: '#2ECC71'
          }
        }
      },
      text: {
        style: {},
        class: 'capitalize',
        active: {
          style: {
            'font-weight': 'bold',
            color: '#2ECC71'
          }
        }
      }
    };
  },
  myCustomOptions() {
    return {
      treeEvents: {
        expanded: {
          state: true,
          fn: null,
        },
        collapsed: {
          state: false,
          fn: null,
        },
        selected: {
          state: false,
          fn: null,
        },
        checked: {
          state: true,
          fn: this.myCheckedFunction,
        }
      },
      events: {
        expanded: {
          state: true,
          fn: null,
        },
        selected: {
          state: false,
          fn: null,
        },
        checked: {
          state: false,
          fn: null,
        },
        editableName: {
          state: false,
          fn: null,
          calledEvent: null,
        }
      },
      addNode: { state: false, fn: null, appearOnHover: false },
      editNode: { state: true, fn: null, appearOnHover: true },
      deleteNode: { state: true, fn: null, appearOnHover: true },
      showTags: true,
    };
  }
},

Styles

Option nameDetail
treeObject - override default tree css
row.styleObject - override default tree node css
row.childObject - override style of <div> into the <li> row (e.g. you can manage the height of the row)
Keys:
- style: css style applied when the node is not selected
- class: class applied when the node is not selected
- active.style: css style applied when the node is selected
- active.class: class applied when the node is selected
rowIndentObject - override style of <ul> (e.g. you can manage the child node indent)
expandedObject - contains the class of the expanded icon
addNodeObject - contains the class and the style of the addNode button
Keys:
- class: addNode icon class, required to display the icon
- style: addNode icon style
editNodeObject - contains the class and the style of the editNode button
Keys:
- class: editNode icon class, required to display the icon
- style: editNode icon style
deleteNodeObject - contains the class and the style of the deleteNode button
Keys:
- class: deleteNode icon class, required to display the icon
- style: deleteNode icon style
selectIconObject - contains the class and the style for the select node icon
Keys:
- style: unselected icon style
- class: unselected icon class, required to display the icon
- active.style: selected icon style
- active.class: selected icon class, required to display the icon
textObject - contains the class and the style for the node's text
Keys:
- style: css style applied when the node is not selected
- class: class always applied to the text
- active.style: css style applied when the node is selected

Options

Tree options
Option nameDetail
treeEventsObject - contains the callback tree events, called after the tree row events
treeEvents.expandedObject - enable or disable the callback when a node is expanded. If enabled, fn (function pointer) must be present.
treeEvents.collapsedObject - enable or disable the callback when a node is collasped. If enabled, fn (function pointer) must be present.
treeEvents.selectedObject - enable or disable the callback when a node is selected. If enabled, fn (function pointer) must be present.
treeEvents.checkedObject - enable or disable the callback when a node is checked. If enabled, fn (function pointer) must be present.
Row Options
Option nameDetail
showTagsBoolean - Show the node's tag if given
addNodeObject - enable or disable the add node button. If enabled, fn must be present. If appearOnHover is true, the button will appear only if the row is hovered
editNodeObject - enable or disable the edit node button. If enabled, fn must be present. If appearOnHover is true, the button will appear only if the row is hovered
deleteNodeObject - enable or disable the delete node button. If enabled, fn must be present. If appearOnHover is true, the button will appear only if the row is hovered
eventsObject - contains the node events, override the tree row events behavior
events.expandedObject - enable or disable the expanded node event. The fn key is optional, if present, it will replace the native behavior
events.selectedObject - enable or disable the selected node event. The fn key is optional, if present, it will replace the native behavior
events.checkedObject - enable or disable the checked node event. The fn key is optional, if present, it will replace the native behavior
events.editableNameObject - enable or disable the event when the node's name is clicked. If enabled, the key fn or calledEvent must be present. calledEvent is a string and it value must be an existing event (e.g. 'selected')

Events

Tree

You can call your own function here by assigning a function pointer in the tree options and changing its state to true. These functions are called after all tree modifications.

onNodeSelected

Called when a node is selected. myCustomOptions.treeEvents.selected.fn

onNodeExpanded

Called when a node is expanded. myCustomOptions.treeEvents.expanded.fn

Or called when a node is collapsed. myCustomOptions.treeEvents.collapsed.fn

onNodeChecked

Called when a node is collapsed. myCustomOptions.treeEvents.checked.fn

Tree row

You can call your own function here by assigning a function pointer in the tree options. It will replace the existing behavior of the tree for this event. You can also disabled an event by changing it's state to false.

toggleSelected

Called when a node is selected. myCustomOptions.events.selected.fn

toggleExpanded

Called when a node is expanded or collapsed. myCustomOptions.events.expanded.fn

toggleChecked

Called when a node is checked. myCustomOptions.events.checked.fn

editableName

You can call a special function if you assign it's pointer in myCustomOptions.events.editableName.fn Or you can call an existing event by assigining it's name in myCustomOptions.events.editableName.calledEvent

example : myCustomOptions.events.editableName.calledEvent = 'selected'

Methods

Methods Params:

depth --> Optional but help distinguish nodes with the same id.

argWanted --> It can either be a node attribute name (string) or a array of node attribute name (like ['id', 'name']).

format --> If you want the function to return an plain array (false) or a hash tree (true).

maxDepth --> The function will only access nodes within the maxDepth.

fullNode --> Return only node ids or node objects.

conditions --> It's used to affect only the nodes which match it. For example if the condition is {checked: true}, the function will affect only the nodes which are checked. You can use all nodes attribute that are present in the node object.

FunctionDetail
checkNode(nodeId, depth)Check a node
uncheckNode(nodeId, depth)Uncheck a node
getSelectedNode()Return the selected node if you have selected a node
getCheckedNodes(argWanted, format = false)Return all checked nodes
getExpandedNodes(argWanted, format = false)Return all expanded nodes
checkAllNodes()Check all nodes
uncheckAllNodes()Uncheck all nodes
expandNode(nodeId, depth)Expand a node
collapseNode(nodeId, depth)Collapse a node
selectNode(nodeId, depth)Select a node and deselect the previously selected node if it exists
expandAllNodes()Expand all nodes
collapseAllNodes()Collapse all nodes
deselectAllNodes()Deselect all nodes
findNode(nodeId, maxDepth = 9999)Find and return a node
getVisibleNodes(fullNode = false)Get all visible nodes
getNodesData(argWanted, conditions = {}, format = false)Customizable function that returns nodes

Get the tree instance

If you want to call any tree method, you need to get the instance.

To get the tree instance you just need to be in the vue instance and use this.$refs['my-tree-ref'] Then you can use a method like that: this.$refs['my-tree-ref'].myMethod()

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