A spinning activity indicator for Rails 3.1
Latest commit e922a9f Mar 7, 2016 @dnagir dnagir Merge pull request #15 from cllns/master
Add note about requiring spin before jquery.spin


Spin.js - spinner with no CSS, Images

Provides an easy-to-use Rails 3.1 asset for Spin.js


Add it to your Rails application's Gemfile:

gem 'spinjs-rails'

Then bundle install.


Require spin:

// application.js

//= require spin

and if you want the jQuery plugin, you also need to add that:

// application.js

//= require spin
//= require jquery.spin

// Then you can:

$(".abc").spin(); // Shows the default spinner
$(".abc").spin(false); // Hide the spinner

// Show customised spinner:
  lines: 12, // The number of lines to draw
  length: 7, // The length of each line
  width: 9, // The line thickness
  radius: 30, // The radius of the inner circle
  color: '#000', // #rgb or #rrggbb
  speed: 1, // Rounds per second
  trail: 60, // Afterglow percentage
  shadow: false // Whether to render a shadow

// Use customisation shortcuts:
$("#el").spin("small"); // Produces a 'small' Spinner using the text color of #el.
$("#el").spin("large", "white"); // Produces a 'large' Spinner in white (or any valid CSS color).

See the full usage details on the spin.js site.


MIT by @dnagir.


Thanks to all contributors and the author of the spin.js