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A responsive Vue.js datepicker component

A responsive Vue.js datepicker component

TRVLPicker

TRVLPicker is a responsive Vue.js datepicker component. From mobile to desktop it has a full-screen vertical layout, a single month layout, a double month layout, and a triple month layout.

Install

npm install @trvl/picker
import TRVLPicker from '@trvl/picker'

export default {
    // …
    components: {
        TRVLPicker,
    },
    // …
}

Usage

Basic

In its most basic form, TRVLPicker only requires the checkin and checkout props.
Both should be a Date object and have a sync modifier:

<template>
    <TRVLPicker
        :checkin.sync="checkin"
        :checkout.sync="checkout"
    />
</template>

<script>
    import TRVLPicker from '@trvl/picker'

    export default {
        components: {
            TRVLPicker,
        },
        data() {
            return {
                checkin: new Date(2019, 2, 13),
                checkout: new Date(2019, 2, 15),
            }
        },
    }
</script>

Advanced

To ensure a correct positioning of the datepicker in the full-screen layout it makes use of a Portal. Although not required, it is recommended to place a Portal target element outside your Vue app:

<body>
    <div id="app">
        …
    </div>

    <div id="portal"></div>
</body>

Props

Prop Type Default Description
breakpointSingle Number 580 Point at which the layout goes to a single month layout
breakpointDouble Number 740 Point at which the layout goes to a double month layout
breakpointTriple Number 0 (disabled) Point at which the layout goes to a triple month layout
checkin Date Check-in date
checkout Date Check-out date
maxDate Date new Date() + 1 year Last possible check-out date
maxStay Number 30 Maximum date range in days
minDate Date new Date() First posssible check-in date
portal String portal The ID of the portal

Slots

All slots are optional, but the checkin and checkout slots are highly recommended so as to customize their appearance.

Check-in

The template used for the check-in button.

<template slot="checkin" slot-scope="{ isActive, value }">
    <div :class="{ active: isActive }">
        <label for="checkin">Check-in</label>
        <input id="checkin" type="text" :value="value">
    </div>
</template>

The following data is available in the slot-scope:

Data Type Description
isActive Boolean Whether the check-in input is active
value Date The raw check-in value

Check-out

The template used for the check-out button.

<template slot="checkout" slot-scope="{ isActive, value }">
    <div :class="{ active: isActive }">
        <label for="checkout">Check-in</label>
        <input id="checkout" type="text" :value="value">
    </div>
</template>

The following data is available in the slot-scope:

Data Type Description
isActive Boolean Whether the check-out input is active
value Date The raw check-out value

Close

The template used for the close button in the vertical layout.

<template slot="close">
    <icon name="close" />
</template>

Next

The template used for the navigation button to go to the next month.

<template slot="next">
    <icon name="next" />
</template>

Previous

The template used for the navigation button to go to the previous month.

<template slot="previous">
    <icon name="previous" />
</template>

Methods

By adding a ref to the datepicker a couple of methods can be accessed:

<template>
    <TRVLPicker
        ref="picker"
        …
    />
</template>

<script>
    export default {
        mounted() {
            this.$refs.picker.callMethod()
        },
    }
</script>
Method Parameters Description
close Close the datepicker
open checkin | checkout Open the datepicker on the given input (defaults to checkin)

Events

Event Description
close The datepicker is closed
open The datepicker is opened

Contributing

# Project setup
npm install

# Compiles and hot-reloads for development
npm run serve

# Compiles and minifies for production
npm run build

# Lints and fixes files
npm run lint

# Runs unit tests
npm run test:unit

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