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React component to execute code when you scroll to an element. Simple react-waypoint alternative in typescript.





Helps solve the problem of executing code when some element "scrolls into (or out of) view". A pretty simple "react-waypoint" alternative written in Typescript.

Basic features

Exposes <AtomTrigger {...props} /> component, where props are:

interface IAtomTriggerProps {
  scrollEvent: ScrollEvent;
  dimensions: Dimensions | null;
  behavior?: 'default' | 'enter' | 'leave';
  callback: () => unknown;
  getDebugInfo?: (data: DebugInfo) => void;
  triggerOnce?: boolean;
  className?: string;
  offset?: [number, number, number, number];

In order to "work" AtomTrigger needs callback, dimensions and simple scroll event data provided.


The function to be executed when AtomTrigger enters or leaves some container.

callback: () => unknown;


Dimensions of the main "container" (window in many cases).

type Dimensions = {
  width: number;
  height: number;

So if you have some logic of calculating container size and container resize handling, just provide needed data to AtomTrigger.

Scroll Event

To trigger "events" AtomTrigger needs some kind of simple scroll event provided.

type ScrollEvent = { 
    scrollX: number; 
    scrollY: number;

So, if you already have some scroll event listener, just provide it to AtomTrigger.

Utility hooks

For someone who wants everything out-of-the-box, useWindowDimensions, useWindowScroll and useContainerScroll hooks are also available for import.


It is sometimes better to tweak and see for yourself: CodeSandbox examples.

More detailed react-atom-trigger overview with examples