Angular-Hero

Hero animations with Angular

Angular Core Dependency: ~1.3.7

Module License: ISC

Added by: Sam Deering

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Repository

devandylee/angular-hero

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Stars: 70

Watchers: 70

Forks: 8

Author

Andy Lee
Andy Lee

Module Description

Angular-Hero

Create hero transitions with Angular, similar to those implemented by Google's Material Design and Polymer's core-animated-pages.

##Example

Example project here: Angular-Hero-Sample

###Install with Bower

bower install angular-hero

##Usage

  1. Include alAngularHero as a dependency in your Angular app.

    angular.module('app', ['alAngularHero'])
    
  2. Include the supplied CSS file or add the .hero-animating style to your own.

  3. Declare the page transitions to use on the ng-view element, including hero-transition:

    <div ng-view class="page-transition hero-transition"></div>
    
  4. Identify hero elements with the hero class and hero-id attribute:

    <div class="name hero" hero-id="name">{{contact.name}}</div>
    

    The hero-id attribute should be the same on both pages to trigger a hero animation from one to the other.

Note that for the element styles to animate correctly, hero elements should be styled by a directly applied class. For example, styling the contact name in the above example with this CSS won't work:

.screen1 .name { color: red; }

The hero element is moved out of .screen1 during the animation, so will lose its colour. Instead, add a class to the element and style directly. e.g.

.screen1-name { color: red; }

This also means that CSS styles will be animated during the transition. For example, if the target element is blue, then we'll see an animated transition from red to blue. You can also animate other styles in the same way, such as corner-radius and borders etc...

Module stats last updated: 2017-12-08 16:00:03

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