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Ember-perfectscroll

Build Status: Linux

Intro

This is just a wrapper as an Ember component around perfect-scrollbar.

Installation

  • ember install ember-perfectscroll
  • ember g ember-perfect-scroll

Using

You can pass its options as they are defined for perfect-scrollbar plugin

{{#perfect-scroll}}
    CONTENTS
{{/perfect-scroll}}

Important on CSS classes

CSS classes a provided by perfect-scrollbar

  1. ps-container
  2. ps-active-x
  3. ps-active-y

Addon provides only ps-content class alongside with default classes.

As an example you can use dummy app for tests under tests/dummy

bower install perfect-scrollbar

Scroll events

perfect-scrollbar dispatches its own custom events. For each event type; the current value of the scroll position for the corresponding axis is dispatched as the first parameter of the event.

In summary; the value dispatched for ps-scroll-y, ps-scroll-up, ps-scroll-down, ps-y-reach-start, and ps-y-reach-end events is the current scroll position of the vertical scroll bar; where as it is the current scroll position of the horizontal scroll bar for ps-scroll-y, ps-scroll-up, ps-scroll-down, ps-y-reach-start, and ps-y-reach-end events.

ps-scroll-y

This event fires when the y-axis is scrolled in either direction.

ps-scroll-x

This event fires when the x-axis is scrolled in either direction.

ps-scroll-up

This event fires when scrolling upwards.

ps-scroll-down

This event fires when scrolling downwards.

ps-scroll-left

This event fires when scrolling to the left.

ps-scroll-right

This event fires when scrolling to the right.

ps-y-reach-start

This event fires when scrolling reaches the start of the y-axis.

ps-y-reach-end

This event fires when scrolling reaches the end of the y-axis (useful for infinite scroll).

ps-x-reach-start

This event fires when scrolling reaches the start of the x-axis.

ps-x-reach-end

This event fires when scrolling reaches the end of the x-axis.

To use them just pass the event name and bound your action

{{#perfect-scroll ps-y-reach-end=(action 'yReachEnd')}}
    CONTENTS
{{/perfect-scroll}}

PerfectScrollBarController

perfect-scrollbar requires to call update in case the size of the container or the content changes. In order to enable calling update for underlying perfect scroll component you should make use of PerfectScrollBarController mixin. This mixin contains a method called updatePerfectScroll that takes an optional scrollId parameter (which you can pass to the perfect-scroll within the template). If scrolldId parameter is omitted; the first perfect-scroll being controlled is updated. Please take a look at the following code snippet in order to update the scroll bar programmatically in case an update is needed due to content or container size change.

{{#perfect-scroll lifeCycleEventOccurred=(action 'lifeCycleEventOccurred')}}
    CONTENTS
{{/perfect-scroll}}
import Ember from 'ember';
import PerfectScrollController from 'ember-perfect-scroll/mixins/perfect-scroll-controller';

export default Ember.Controller.extend(PerfectScrollController,{
  actions: {
    yReachEnd(scrollPosition) {
      /* eslint-disable no-console */
      console.log(`ps-y-reach-end - ${scrollPosition}`);
    },

    scrollX(scrollPosition) {
      /* eslint-disable no-console */
      console.log(`ps-scroll-x - ${scrollPosition}`);
    },

    scrollY(scrollPosition) {
      /* eslint-disable no-console */
      console.log(`ps-scroll-y - ${scrollPosition}`);
    },

    changeContainerHeightTo500() {
      Ember.$('.ps-content').height(500);
      this.updatePerfectScroll();
    },

    performScrollTo150_150() {
      this.performScroll(150, 150);
    },
  }
});

PerfectScrollController mixin needs to be imported from ember-perfect-scroll/mixins/perfect-scroll-controller and should be injected to a relevant construct such as controller (as in the snippet above), a route or a component. perfect-scroll's lifeCycleEventOccurred event needs to be handled via lifeCycleEventOccurred=(action 'lifeCycleEventOccurred') declaration within the template. By this way; the mixin's relevant code gets notified about initialization and destroy phases of perfect-scroll and you should be able to call updatePerfectScroll when needed.

Another useful method provided by PerfectScrollController mixin is performScroll. As the name implies, scrolling to desired scrollbar positions should be performed via this method. It takes three arguments:

  1. scrollLeft: new scroll position for horizontal scrollbar. Pass undefined if no update is desired for x-axis.
  2. scrollTop: new scroll position for vertical scrollbar. Pass undefined if no update is desired for y-axis.
  3. scrolldId: Optional parameter to identify the perfect-scroll to be scrolled. First perfect-scrollbar being controlled is applied scrolling if this parameter is omitted.

Optional parameters

wheelSpeed

The scroll speed applied to mousewheel event. Default: 1

wheelPropagation

If this option is true, when the scroll reaches the end of the side, mousewheel event will be propagated to parent element. Default: false

swipePropagation

If this option is true, when the scroll reaches the end of the side, touch scrolling will be propagated to parent element. Default: true

minScrollbarLength

When set to an integer value, the thumb part of the scrollbar will not shrink below that number of pixels. Default: null

maxScrollbarLength

When set to an integer value, the thumb part of the scrollbar will not expand over that number of pixels. Default: null

useBothWheelAxes

When set to true, and only one (vertical or horizontal) scrollbar is visible then both vertical and horizontal scrolling will affect the scrollbar. Default: false

useKeyboard

When set to true, the scroll works with arrow keys on the keyboard. The element is scrolled only when the mouse cursor hovers the element. Default: true

suppressScrollX

When set to true, the scroll bar in X axis will not be available, regardless of the content width. Default: false

suppressScrollY

When set to true, the scroll bar in Y axis will not be available, regardless of the content height. Default: false

scrollXMarginOffset

The number of pixels the content width can surpass the container width without enabling the X axis scroll bar. Allows some "wiggle room" or "offset break", so that X axis scroll bar is not enabled just because of a few pixels. Default: 0

scrollYMarginOffset

The number of pixels the content height can surpass the container height without enabling the Y axis scroll bar. Allows some "wiggle room" or "offset break", so that Y axis scroll bar is not enabled just because of a few pixels. Default: 0

includePadding

When set to true, it uses innerWidth and innerHeight for the container size instead of width and height. When your container element has non-zero padding and the scrollbar layout looks weird, this option can be helpful. Default: false

theme

A string. It's a class name added to the container element. The class name is prepended with ps-theme-. So default theme class name is ps-theme-default. In order to create custom themes with scss use ps-container($theme) mixin, where $theme is a scss map. Default: 'default'

Example 1:

Add theme parameter:

Ps.initialize(container, {
  theme: 'my-theme-name'
});

Get more information about perfect-scrollbar. For more information on using ember-cli, visit http://www.ember-cli.com/.