angular-ui-overlay

Provides a directive to flexibly overlay page elements
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Author: 2067437?v=3 Bakkenrak
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angular-ui-overlay

An AngularJS module providing a directive to flexibly overlay page elements.

Setup

  • Include the ui-overlay-any.js or ui-overlay-any.min.js script.
  • Load uiOverlayAny as a module dependency: angular.module("myApp", ['uiOverlay']);

Usage

Directive spreads an overlay over the element marked by an ui-overlay="..." attribute or over its children.

Expects an object as parameter: { active: boolean, [ children: array ]}

  • active: Required expression that evaluates to true (show overlay) or false (hide overlay). You may use this to dynamically show and hide the overlay!
  • children: Optional array containing the index numbers of the children of the ui-overlay element that are used (min/max) to determine the dimensions of the overlay.
    • If the array is not present, the ui-overlay element itself will be overlayed.
    • If the array is empty, all child nodes will be used to determine the overlay's dimensions.

A direct child node (preferably div) needs to be present carrying an overlay-container attribute. This is used as the overlay container. To display further elements on the overlay, simply fill the overlay-container with these.

Styling

Add a class to the overlay-container to style it and make it visually noticable.

E.g.: .my-overlay-container-class { background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, .8); z-index: 20; overflow: hidden; }

Example:

<div ui-overlay="{ active: showOverlayExpression, children: [2, 3]}"> <div overlay-container class="my-overlay-container-class"> ... </div> <div> ... </div> <div> ... will be used to determine the overlay's dimensions ... </div> <div> ... will be used to determine the overlay's dimensions ... </div> <div> ... </div> </div>

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