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Queue animation component for react





Animate React Component in queue, thanks to rc-animate and enter-animation.

NPM version build status Test coverage Total alerts Language grade: JavaScript node version npm download



import QueueAnim from 'rc-queue-anim';
import React from 'react';
import ReactDom from 'react-dom';

    <div key="1">enter in queue</div>
    <div key="2">enter in queue</div>
    <div key="3">enter in queue</div>
, mountNode);



Browser Support

IE 10+ ✔Chrome 31.0+ ✔Firefox 31.0+ ✔Opera 30.0+ ✔Safari 7.0+ ✔

1.7.x add childRefs and currentRef;

  ref={(c) => {
    this.ref = c;
  onEnd={() => {
    // this..currentRef = <Row />
    // this..childRefs.a = <Col key="a">1212</Col>
  <Col key="a">1212</Col>


You must provide the key attribute for all children of QueueAnim, children would not peform any animation without key.

typestring / arrayrightAnimation Styles alpha left right top bottom scale scaleBig scaleX scaleY
animConfigobject / arraynullCustom config, See below for more details animConfig
delaynumber / array0delay of animation
durationnumber / array450duration of animation
intervalnumber / array100interval of duration
leaveReversebooleanfalsereverse animation order at leave
easestring / arrayeaseOutQuartanimation easing config like 'ease', ['easeIn', 'easeOut'], [[.42,0,.58,1], .42,0,.58,1]: more
appearbooleantruewhether support appear anim
componentstring / React.Elementdivcomponent tag
componentPropsObjectnullcomponent is React.Element, component tag props
animatingClassNamearray['queue-anim-entering', 'queue-anim-leaving']className to every element of animating
forcedReplaybooleanfalseleave animation moment trigger enter, forced replay.
onEndfunctionnullanimation end callback({ key, type }), type: enter or leave

Above props support array format, like ['left', 'top'], the secord item is leave config. Demo


Data fall into three categories:

  • Custom set start: { opacity:[1, 0] } default; type: { opacity: Array<end, start> }leave automatic reverse: { opacity: Array<start, end> }

  • Custom: { opacity: 0 } Start position is not set。

  • Array: [{ opacity:[1, 0] }, { opacity:[1, 0] }] type: [{ opacity: Array<end, start> }, { opacity: Array<start, end>}]


npm install
npm start