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A plugin that checks if element is in viewport

A plugin that checks if element is in viewport

vue-check-view

Check if element is in viewport. Vue.js 2 plugin with SSR support without dependencies.

vue-check-view

Simple plugin that checks element position on the screen (viewport) and adds classes to element:

  1. In viewport classes: view-in and one of [view-in--gt-half, view-in--gt-thrid, view-in--full],
  2. Out viewport classes: view-out and one of [view-out--below, view-out--above]

It listens scroll and resize window events and supports modern browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Edge).
Supports vue.js version 2 and higher.

Install

npm i vue vue-check-view --save

import checkView from 'vue-check-view'
Vue.use(checkView)

or (only for test)

<script src="http://vtimofeev.github.io/vue-check-view/plugin.js">

Add directive 'view' to elements

Example 1, simple

Auto add classes to element

<div v-view>
    Content
</div>

Example 2, advanced with use handler

Auto add classes to element and executeHandler

<div v-view="viewHandler">
    Content
</div>
funtion viewHandler (e) {
    console.log(e.type) // 'enter', 'exit', 'progress'
    console.log(e.percentInView) // 0..1 how much element overlap the viewport
    console.log(e.percentTop) // 0..1 position of element at viewport 0 - above , 1 - below
    console.log(e.percentCenter) // 0..1 position the center of element at viewport 0 - center at viewport top, 1 - center at viewport bottom
    console.log(e.scrollPercent) // 0..1 current scroll position of page
    console.log(e.scrollValue) // 0..1 last scroll value (change of page scroll offset)
    console.log(e.target.rect) // element.getBoundingClientRect() result
}

Example 3, once time the handler will be executed when element appears on screen

<div v-view.once="onceHandler">
    Content
</div>
funtion onceHandler (e) {
    console.log(e.type) // 'enter', 'exit', 'progress'
    console.log(e.percentInView) // 0..1 how much element overlap the viewport
    console.log(e.percentTop) // 0..1 position of element at viewport 0 - above , 1 - below
    console.log(e.percentCenter) // 0..1 position the center of element at viewport 0 - center at viewport top, 1 - center at viewport bottom
    console.log(e.scrollPercent) // 0..1 current scroll position of page
    console.log(e.scrollValue) // 0..1 last scroll value (change of page scroll offset)
    console.log(e.target.rect) // element.getBoundingClientRect() result
}

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