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Scrolls a image slower than the window to create a neat optical effect





Scrolls a image slower than the window to create a neat optical effect.



npm install --save-dev vue-parallax@1

or include build/bundle.js.


# in your component
  "parallax": require("vue-parallax")
# or, when using bundle.js
  "parallax": window.vueComps.parallax
<parallax src="path/to/img">
  <div slot="loading">loading...</div>

content will be shown after loading

For examples see dev/.


If your assets are organized by webpack, this should work:

<parallax src=require('../assets/your-image.jpg')></parallax>


Name | type | default | description ---:| --- | ---| --- src | String | - | (required) path to image height | Number | 500 | height of the parallax element speed | Number | 0.2 | 0.0 means the image will appear fixed in place, and 1.0 the image will flow at the same speed as the page content.


Name | description ---:| --- | ---| --- image-loaded | will be called when the image is loaded loaded | will be called when the first calculation - after a image is loaded - is finished


  • 1.1.1
    bugfix in portrait mode

  • 1.1.0
    changed way the picture moves, now in line with other parallax implementations
    now working on devices in portrait mode

  • 1.0.0
    some cleaning
    added unit tests
    now working with firefox


Clone repository.

npm install
npm run dev

Browse to http://localhost:8080/.


Copyright (c) 2016 Paul Pflugradt Licensed under the MIT license.