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A simple horizontal timeline component made with Vue.js

A simple horizontal timeline component made with Vue.js

Vue Horizontal Timeline

a simple horizontal timeline component made with Vue.js.

How to install

npm

$ npm install vue-horizontal-timeline --save

yarn (recommended)

$ yarn add vue-horizontal-timeline

Quick start

Vue.js

You can import in your main.js file

import Vue from "vue";
import VueHorizontalTimeline from "vue-horizontal-timeline";

Vue.use(VueHorizontalTimeline);

Or locally in any component

import { VueHorizontalTimeline } from "vue-horizontal-timeline";

export default {
  components: {
    VueHorizontalTimeline
  }
};

Nuxt.js

You can import as a Nuxt.js plugin

~/plugins/vue-horizontal-timeline.js

import Vue from "vue";
import VueHorizontalTimeline from "vue-horizontal-timeline";

Vue.use(VueHorizontalTimeline);

and then import it in your nuxt.config.js file

plugins: ["~/plugins/vue-horizontal-timeline.js"];

Basic usage

<template>
  <vue-horizontal-timeline :items="items" />
</template>

<script>
  export default {
    data() {
      const example1 = {
        title: "Title example 1",
        content:
          "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut ex dolor, malesuada luctus scelerisque ac, auctor vitae risus. Vivamus risus dolor, faucibus a bibendum quis, facilisis eget odio."
      };
      const example2 = {
        title: "Title example 2",
        content:
          "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut ex dolor, malesuada luctus scelerisque ac, auctor vitae risus. Vivamus risus dolor, faucibus a bibendum quis, facilisis eget odio."
      };
      const example3 = {
        title: "Title example 3",
        content:
          "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut ex dolor, malesuada luctus scelerisque ac, auctor vitae risus. Vivamus risus dolor, faucibus a bibendum quis, facilisis eget odio."
      };
      const items = [example1, example2, example3];

      return { items };
    }
  };
</script>

Props

Property name Type Default Description
items Array null Array of objects to be displayed. Must have at least a content property
item-selected Object {} Object that is set when it is clicked. Note that clickable prop must be set to true
item-unique-key String '' Key to set a blue border to the card when it is clicked (clickable prop must be set to true)
title-attr String 'title' Name of the property inside the objects, that are in the items array, to set the cards title
title-centered Boolean false Centralizes the cards title
title-class String '' If you want to set a custom class to the cards title, set it here
title-substr String 18 Number of characters to display inside the cards title. Above this, will set a '...' mask
content-attr String 'content' Name of the property inside the objects, that are in the items array, to set the cards content
content-centered Boolean false Centralizes all the cards content text
content-class String '' If you want to set a custom class to the cards content, set it here
content-substr String 250 Number of characters to display inside the cards content. Above this, will set a '...' mask
min-width String '200px' Min-width of the timeline
min-height String '' Min-height of the timeline
timeline-padding String '' Padding of the timeline
timeline-background String '#E9E9E9' Background color of the whole timeline
line-color String '#03A9F4' Color of the line inside the timeline
clickable Boolean true Makes the card clickable that returns the object

Development

contributions welcome

Fork the project and enter this commands in your terminal

git clone https://github.com/YOUR_GITHUB_USERNAME/vue-horizontal-timeline.git
cd vue-horizontal-timeline
yarn

Storybook

For visual testing, this project contains storybook which you can run by doing the next command

$ yarn storybook:serve

Jest

Before making the PR, if you changed something that needs to be tested, please make the tests inside the tests/unit folder.

To run the tests, you can use the next command

$ yarn test:unit

Commitlint

This project follows the commitlint guidelines, with minor changes.

You can commit using npm run commit to help you with that.

There's a pre-push hook that runs all the unit tests before you can push it.

If an error occurs, you can use the npm run commit:retry command that runs the previous npm run commit that you already filled.

TODO

  • [x] Add 100% test coverage
  • [x] Add demo website/code pen
  • [x] Publish in npm

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