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Meteor-Materialize-Modal

Depreciated... use the new version meteorstuff:materialize-modal

A pattern to display application modal dialogs via Materialize, written in coffeescript.

Demo Site

Warning: Only tested on Meteor 1.2+

Version 1.0 Changes

  • The callbacks have changed form in version 1.0 to reflect the 'node way'. So you need to change your callback from callback(yesNo, ...) to callback(error, rtn). yesNo is now at rtn.submit! If you don't have time to make the change lock your package at the 0.4.0 version meteor add pfafman:materialize-modal@=0.4.0

  • There is now a very good example site done by @msolters, who also did the refractoring work for version 1.0. and added new modals!

Install

meteor add pfafman:materialize-modal

or for the old callback version

meteor add pfafman:materialize-modal@=0.4.0

Usage

	MaterializeModal.[message|alert|error|confirm|prompt|form|loading|progress](options={})

Options

  • title - modal title. Can have HTML markup

  • label - Strong label in front of body

  • message - message body. Can have HTML markup

  • placeholder - If prompt then the placehoder for the text field

  • callback(error, rtn) - callback function with

    • rtn.submit - bool true if the user hit the OK/Submit button
    • rtn.value - applicable data object key:value
  • bodyTemplate - Name of the template to use as the body for the modal.

  • icon - Markup for the icon to display

  • closeLabel - Text for close/dismiss button

  • submitLabel - Text for ok/submit button

  • fixedFooter - (bool) true if you want to use a fixed footer

  • bottomSheet - (bool) true if you want a bottom sheet modal

  • fullscreen - (bool) Modal takes up all the full screen

UI

You can change the UI by overwriting the CSS.

.materialize-modal {
  // See source for all the css vars
}

Examples

To display a modal

MaterializeModal.message
    title: 'Title'
    message: 'some message'
    
MaterializeModal.alert
    message: 'some message'

MaterializeModal.error
    message: 'some message'

MaterializeModal.confirm
    title: 'title'
    message: 'You feeling groovy?'
    callback: (error, rtn) ->
    	if rtn?.submit
    	    Materialize.toast("Glad to here it!", 3000, 'green')
    	else
    		Materialize.toast("Too bad")

MaterializeModal.prompt
	message: 'Enter something'
	callback: (error, rtn) ->
		if rtn?.submit
			Materialize.toast("You entered #{rtn.value}", 3000, 'green')

MaterializeModal.form
	bodyTemplate: 'testForm'
	callback: (error, rtn ->
		if rtn.submit
			console.log("Form data", rtn.value)         

Notes

There might be are more undocumented options that need to be documented. See code.

License

MIT