Single File Vue Component for lazy snow storms generation. Come on, let's make your Vue applications joyful for Christmas time! ? ?


You can install this component using npm:

npm install --save vue-niege


Once installed, it is easy to use it.

Importing the component

First, you need to import vue-niege in your files. You can do that in different ways.
For example, it can be imported into a build process for use in full-fledged Vue applications:

import Snow from 'vue-niege';

export default {
  components: {
  // rest of the component

Alternatively, you can import vue-niege via <script> tag in the browser directly:

<script src=""></script>
<script src=""></script>
Using the component

Once imported, you can use your component as follows:


This is the minimal setup to add a snowing canvas in your application.


If you need to customize the snow behavior, you can use one of the following optional properties.

Properties Default Description Type
active true provides dynamic display to the canvas: it is displayed only where this prop is true Boolean
color #FFFFFF given a master HEX color, it defines a color pattern of four values for the snow. This property must be in expressed as HEX color (e.g.: #050484) String
zIndex 1 defines the z-index position of the canvas in the DOM. Number
swing 0 applies a swing effect to each snowflake. By default no swinging is applied. Number
wind 1 defines the horizontal wind effect. The effect blows from right for values greater than 0, from left for values less than 0. Number
speed m defines the speed of the falling snow. The available values are h for high speed, m for medium speed, l for low speed. String

For example, the following:

 :active='true'  //e.g.: add a condition to display the canvas only if current date is in the Advent range.

produces the following effect:

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