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vue-calendar-heatmap

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A lightweight calendar heatmap Vuejs component built on SVG, inspired by github's contribution calendar graph. With vertical mode, tooltip powered by v-tooltip.

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Installation

npm install --save vue-calendar-heatmap

Default import

Global Install:

import Vue from 'vue'
import VueCalendarHeatmap from 'vue-calendar-heatmap'

Vue.use(VueCalendarHeatmap)

Use specific components:

import Vue from 'vue'
import { CalendarHeatmap } from 'vue-calendar-heatmap'

Vue.component('calendarHeatmap', CalendarHeatmap)

or in a parent components .vue file

<script>
  import { CalendarHeatmap } from 'vue-calendar-heatmap'

  export default {
    components: {
      CalendarHeatmap
    },
    // ...
  }
</script>

⚠️ A css file is included when importing the package. You may have to setup your bundler to embed the css in your page.

Distribution import

Global Install:

import 'vue-calendar-heatmap/dist/vue-calendar-heatmap.css'
import VueCalendarHeatmap from 'vue-calendar-heatmap/dist/vue-calendar-heatmap.common'

Vue.use(VueCalendarHeatmap)

Use specific components:

import 'vue-calendar-heatmap/dist/vue-calendar-heatmap.css'
import { CalendarHeatmap } from 'vue-calendar-heatmap/dist/vue-calendar-heatmap.common'

Vue.component('calendarHeatmap', CalendarHeatmap)

⚠️ You may have to setup your bundler to embed the css file in your page.

Browser

<link rel="stylesheet" href="vue-calendar-heatmap/dist/vue-calendar-heatmap.css"/>

<script src="vue.js"></script>
<script src="vue-calendar-heatmap/dist/vue-calendar-heatmap.browser.js"></script>

The plugin should be auto-installed. If not, you can install it manually with the instructions below.

Install all the components:

Vue.use(VueCalendarHeatmap)

Use specific components:

Vue.component('calendarHeatmap', VueCalendarHeatmap.CalendarHeatmap)

Usage

Availables props

values - values - required

Array of objects with date and count keys. date values can be a date parseable string, a millisecond timestamp, or a Date object. count value should be a number.

 <calendar-heatmap :values="[{ date: '2018-9-22', count: 6 }, ...]" ... />

endDate - end-date - required

Can be a date parseable string, a millisecond timestamp, or a Date object. The calendar will start automatically one year before this date.

 <calendar-heatmap :end-date="2018-9-22" ... />

colorRange - color-range

A Array of 6 strings which represents the colors of the progression.

  • The color at colorRange[0] will always represent the values for a count: null
  • The color at colorRange[1] will always represent the values for a count: 0
  • The others are automatically distributed over the maximum value of count, unless you specify max props.

Default value is equal to the example.

 <calendar-heatmap :range-color="['ebedf0', 'dae2ef', '#c0ddf9', '#73b3f3', '#3886e1', '#17459e']" ... />

max - max

Any number which should be the max color.

 <calendar-heatmap :max="10" ... />

noDataText - no-data-text

Tooltip text to display on days without data. null by default (shows no tooltip at all).

 <calendar-heatmap :no-data-text="no data for this day" ... />

tooltip - tooltip

Boolean for enabble/disable tooltip on square hover. true by default.

 <calendar-heatmap :tooltip="false" ... />

tooltipUnit - tooltip-unit

String representing heatmap's unit of measure. His value is "contributions" by default.

 <calendar-heatmap tooltip-unit="stars" ... />

vertical - vertical

Boolean to switch to vertical mode. false by default.

 <calendar-heatmap :vertical="true" ... />

License

MIT