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Vue directive that helps you appear stuff as they come into view.




Vue Appear

Version License

Vue directive that helps you appear stuff as it comes into view.

This is simply a helper that adds a class to your desiered elements, actual appearing should be done using CSS.



Install with your preffered package manager:

npm install --save vue-appear
# or
yarn add vue-appear


Once installed register the plugin with Vue:

import Vue from 'vue'
import VueAppear from 'vue-appear'


If you wish to override default settings you can pass in the options as a second argument:

Vue.use(VueAppear, {
  immediate: false,
  toggle: false,
  children: false,
  offset: 150,
  hook: 'onEnter',
  delay: 0,
  class: 'appear',
  selector: null,
  callback: () => {}

Usage in templates

To make elements appear in your templates:

<!-- Appear once element comes into view -->
<div v-appear></div>

<!-- Appear immediately -->
<div v-appear.immediate></div>

<!-- Toggle apperance as they come into view, and leave -->
<div v-appear.toggle></div>

<!-- Appear children as they come into view -->
<div v-appear.children>
  <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sin</p>

<!-- Combine modifiers as you wish -->
<div v-appear.toggle.children>
  <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sin</p>

<!-- Pass in additional options -->
<div v-appear="{
  offset: 300,
  delay: 300,
  class: 'show',
  callback: onShow,
  enabled: isAppearEnabled

API Options

| Setting | Description | Type | Default | | --- | --- | --- | --- | | immediate | Set if element should appear immediately, ignoring scroll. | boolean | false | toggle | Toggle element appearance when enters and leaves scroll view. | boolean | false | children | Appear element children instead. | boolean | false | offset | Offset amount before element appears. | number | 150 | hook | When should element appear in relation to the view ('onEnter', 'onCenter' or 'onLeave'). | string | 'onEnter' | delay | How long should pass after page load before applying the appear class. | number | 0 | class | Class to add when element appears. | string | 'appear' | selector | Query selector for children, if passed in children are appeared. | string | null | callback | Callback function when element appears or disappears, receives a boolean argument. | function | null | enabled | A boolean value that can be used to toggle the appearing. | boolean | true

Release notes

To see changes view the Changelog file.