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Documentation

You can browse the documentation for Vue Timeline on the website.

Installation

npm install @growthbunker/vuetimeline

# Or if you prefer using yarn
yarn add @growthbunker/vuetimeline

Vue.js

In your main.js file:

import Vue from "vue";
import vuetimeline from "@growthbunker/vuetimeline";

Vue.use(vuetimeline);

Nuxt.js

Create a new plugin in plugins/vuetimeline.js:

import Vue from "vue";
import vuetimeline from "@growthbunker/vuetimeline";

Vue.use(vuetimeline);

Add this new plugin to nuxt.config.js.

module.exports = {
  // ...
  plugins: [{ src: "@/plugins/vuetimeline.js" }];
}

CDN

Get the latest version from jsdelivr, and import the JavaScript file in your page.

<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vue@2.5/dist/vue.min.js"></script>
<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vuetimeline@latest/dist/vuetimeline.min.js"></script>

We recommend our users to lock Vue Timeline's version when using CDN. Requesting the latest version (as opposed to "latest major" or "latest minor") is dangerous because major versions usually come with breaking changes. Only do this if you really know what you are doing. Please refer to jsdelivr.com for more information.

Example

Once the plugin is installed, you can use the component like this:

<template>
  <!-- Latest update -->
  <vue-timeline-update
    :date="new Date('2017-02-26')"
    title="v2.2.0 - Initial D"
    description="Today I am thrilled to announce the release of Vue.js 2.2.0."
    thumbnail="/images/vuetimeline/initial_d.jpg"
    category="announcement"
    icon="code"
    color="red"
  />

  <!-- Another update -->
  <vue-timeline-update
    :date="new Date('2016-11-22')"
    title="v2.1.0 - Hunter X Hunter"
    description="Today I am thrilled to announce the release of Vue.js 2.1.0."
    thumbnail="/images/vuetimeline/hunter_x_hunter.jpg"
    category="announcement"
    icon="code"
    color="turquoise"
  />

  <!-- Yet another update -->
  <vue-timeline-update
    :date="new Date('2016-09-30')"
    title="v2.0.0 - Ghost in the Shell"
    description="Today I am thrilled to announce the release of Vue.js 2.0.0"
    thumbnail="/images/vuetimeline/ghost_in_the_shell.jpg"
    category="announcement"
    icon="code"
    color="white"
    is-last
  />
</template>

Contributing

You are more than welcome to contribute to Vue Timeline. Just submit changes via pull request and I will review them before merging.

  1. Fork it! πŸ€™

  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature

  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am "Add some feature"

  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature

  5. Submit a pull request πŸ‘

The documentation is available in the docs folder. The Vue Timeline components are available in the lib folder.

License

Vue Timeline is MIT licensed.

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