angular-dragon-drop

Drag and Drop for AngularJS

Angular Core Dependency: ~1.0.5

Added by: Sam Deering

GitHub

Repository

btford/angular-dragon-drop

Stats

Stars: 240

Watchers: 240

Forks: 64

Author

Brian Ford
Brian Ford

Module Description

angular-dragon-drop

"Drag and drop" directives for AngularJS. Work in progress.

Install

bower install angular-dragon-drop

Usage

  1. Include the dragon-drop.js script provided by this component into your app.
  2. Add btford.dragon-drop as a module dependency to your app.

Repeats a template inside the dragon over a list.

<div btf-dragon="item in list">
  {{item.name}}
</div>
<div btf-dragon="item in otherList">
  {{item.name}}
</div>

You can drag from one dragon onto another, and the models will be updated accordingly.

It also works on objects:

<div btf-dragon="(key, value) in list">
  {{key}}: {{value}}
</div>
<div btf-dragon="(key, value) in otherList">
  {{key}}: {{value}}
</div>

Config

This is not a kitchen sink every-option-you-can-think-of module. This is a starting point. Configure by forking and editing the code according to your needs. Send a PR if you think your additions are widely useful. :)

btf-double-dragon

Instead of removing values from the array this dragon is bound to, the values are duplicated. Add the btf-double-dragon attribute to an element with the btf-dragon attribute to get the behavior.

Example:

<h2>These get copied</h2>
<div btf-dragon="item in list" btf-double-dragon>
  {{item.name}}
</div>
<h2>These get moved</h2>
<div btf-dragon="item in otherList">
  {{item.name}}
</div>

btf-dragon-accepts

Makes the dragon only accepts items that pass the truth test function given by this argument. Add the btf-dragon-accepts attribute to an element to get the behavior.

Example:

<h2>You can only put shiny objects here</h2>h2>
<div btf-dragon="item in list" btf-dragon-accepts="shinyThings">
  {{item.name}}
</div>
<h2>This takes anything</h2>
<div btf-dragon="item in otherList">
  {{item.name}}
</div>
// in a Ctrl...
$scope.shinyThings = function (item) {
  return !!item.shiny;
};

Example

See example.html.

License

MIT

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