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md-grid-list

md-grid-list is an alternative list view that arranges cells into grid-based layout. See Material Design spec here.

Usage

Simple grid list

In your template, create an md-grid-list element and specify the number of columns you want for your grid using the cols property (this is the only mandatory attribute).

You can define each tile using an md-grid-tile element, passing any tile content between its tags.

Tiles are greedily placed in the first position of the grid that fits them, so row count depends on how many tiles can fit in each row, given the col count and the colspan/rowspan of each tile.

<md-grid-list cols="4" [style.background]="'lightblue'">
   <md-grid-tile>One</md-grid-tile>
   <md-grid-tile>Two</md-grid-tile>
   <md-grid-tile>Three</md-grid-tile>
   <md-grid-tile>Four</md-grid-tile>
</md-grid-list>

Output:

Grid list config

cols

The cols property controls the number of columns displayed in your grid. It must be set or the grid list will not be able to generate your layout.

Ex: <md-grid-list cols="3">...

Default: There is no reasonable default value for this, so if it is unspecified, the grid list will throw an error.

rowHeight

Row height for the list can be calculated in three ways:

  1. Fixed height: The height can be in px, em, or rem. If no units are specified, px units are assumed.

    Ex: <md-grid-list cols="3" rowHeight="100px">...

  2. Ratio: This ratio is width:height, and must be passed in with a colon, not a decimal.

    Ex: <md-grid-list cols="3" rowHeight="4:3">....

  3. Fit: This mode automatically divides the available height by the number of rows. Please note the height of the grid-list or its container must be set.

    Ex: <md-grid-list cols="3" rowHeight="fit">...

Defaults to a 1:1 ratio of width:height.

gutterSize

Gutter size can be set to any px, em, or rem value with the gutterSize property. If no units are specified, px units are assumed.

Ex: <md-grid-list cols="3" gutterSize="4px">...

Defaults to 1px.

Grid tile config

You can set the rowspan and colspan of each tile individually, using the rowspan and colspan properties. If not set, they both default to 1.

<md-grid-list cols="4" rowHeight="100px">
  <md-grid-tile *ngFor="let tile of tiles" [colspan]="tile.cols" [rowspan]="tile.rows"
  [style.background]="tile.color">
    {{tile.text}}
  </md-grid-tile>
</md-grid-list>
...
export class MyComp {
  tiles: any[] = [
    {text: 'One', cols: 3, rows: 1, color: 'lightblue'},
    {text: 'Two', cols: 1, rows: 2, color: 'lightgreen'},
    {text: 'Three', cols: 1, rows: 1, color: 'lightpink'},
    {text: 'Four', cols: 2, rows: 1, color: '#DDBDF1'},
  ];
}

Output:

TODO

  • Grid tile headers and footers
  • Responsive sizing support