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    A collection of dialog animations with React.js
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    A collection of dialog animations with React.js.

    • React 0.14+ Use boron 0.2
    • React 0.12+ Use boron 0.1

    Demo & Examples

    Live demo: yuanyan.github.io/boron

    To build the examples locally, run:

    npm install
    gulp dev
    

    Then open localhost:9999 in a browser.

    Installation

    The easiest way to use boron is to install it from NPM and include it in your own React build process (using Browserify, etc).

    You can also use the standalone build by including dist/boron.js in your page. If you use this, make sure you have already included React, and it is available as a global variable.

    npm install boron --save
    

    Usage

    var Modal = require('boron/DropModal');
    var Example = React.createClass({
        showModal: function(){
            this.refs.modal.show();
        },
        hideModal: function(){
            this.refs.modal.hide();
        },
    
        callback: function(event){
            console.log(event);
        },
    
        render: function() {
            return (
                <div>
                    <button onClick={this.showModal}>Open</button>
                    <Modal ref="modal" keyboard={this.callback}>
                        <h2>I am a dialog</h2>
                        <button onClick={this.hideModal}>Close</button>
                    </Modal>
                </div>
            );
        }
    });
    

    Props

    • className - Add custom class name.
    • keyboard - Receive a callback function or a boolean to choose to close the modal when escape key is pressed.
    • backdrop - Includes a backdrop element.
    • closeOnClick - Close the backdrop element when clicked.
    • onShow - Show callback.
    • onHide - Hide callback. Argument is the source of the hide action, one of:
      • hide - hide() method is the cause of the hide.
      • toggle - toggle() method is the cause of the hide
      • keyboard - keyboard (escape key) is the cause of the hide
      • backdrop - backdrop click is the cause of the hide
      • [any] - custom argument passed by invoking code into the hide() method when called directly.
    • modalStyle - CSS styles to apply to the modal
    • backdropStyle - CSS styles to apply to the backdrop
    • contentStyle - CSS styles to apply to the modal's content

    Note: If the hide() method is called directly, a custom source string can be passed as the argument, as noted above. For example, this might be useful if if multiple actions could cause the hide and it was desirable to know which of those actions was the trigger for the given onHide callback).

    Custom Styles

    Objects consisting of CSS properties/values can be passed as props to the Modal component. The values for the CSS properties will either add new properties or override the default property value set for that Modal type.

    Modal with 80% width:

    var Modal = require('boron/ScaleModal');
    
    // Style object
    var modalStyle = {
        width: '80%'
    };
    
    var Example = React.createClass({
        showModal: function(){
            this.refs.modal.show();
        },
        hideModal: function(){
            this.refs.modal.hide();
        },
        render: function() {
            return (
                <div>
                    <button onClick={this.showModal}>Open</button>
                    <Modal ref="modal" modalStyle={modalStyle}>
                        <h2>I am a dialog</h2>
                        <button onClick={this.hideModal}>Close</button>
                    </Modal>
                </div>
            );
        }
    });
    

    Red backdrop with a blue modal, rotated at 45 degrees:

    var Modal = require('boron/FlyModal');
    
    // Individual styles for the modal, modal content, and backdrop
    var modalStyle = {
        transform: 'rotate(45deg) translateX(-50%)',
    };
    
    var backdropStyle = {
        backgroundColor: 'red'
    };
    
    var contentStyle = {
        backgroundColor: 'blue',
        height: '100%'
    };
    
    var Example = React.createClass({
        showModal: function(){
            this.refs.modal.show();
        },
        hideModal: function(){
            this.refs.modal.hide();
        },
        render: function() {
            return (
                <div>
                    <button onClick={this.showModal}>Open</button>
                    <Modal ref="modal" modalStyle={modalStyle} backdropStyle={backdropStyle} contentStyle={contentStyle}>
                        <h2>I am a dialog</h2>
                        <button onClick={this.hideModal}>Close</button>
                    </Modal>
                </div>
            );
        }
    });
    

    Modals

    • DropModal
    • FadeModal
    • FlyModal
    • OutlineModal
    • ScaleModal
    • WaveModal

    Browser Support

    IE Chrome Firefox Opera Safari
    IE 10+ ✔ Chrome 4.0+ ✔ Firefox 16.0+ ✔ Opera 15.0+ ✔ Safari 4.0+ ✔

    License

    Boron is MIT licensed.

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