react-curved-arrow .Fancy curved arrows for your React project! Great for tutorials and product tours!
Fancy curved arrows for your React project! Great for tutorials and product tours!
yarn add react-curved-arrow
import CurvedArrow from "react-curved-arrow"; // Usage <CurvedArrow />
|fromSelector||DOM selector||DOM element from which your arrow will start.||body|
|fromOffsetX||number||Amount of pixels to offset the arrow from the DOM element on the X axis.||0|
|fromOffsetY||number||Amount of pixels to offset the arrow from the DOM element on the Y axis.||0|
|toSelector||DOM selector||DOM element to which your arrow will go to.||(same as fromSelector)|
|toOffsetX||number||Amount of pixels to offset the arrow from the DOM element on the X axis.||0|
|toOffsetY||number||Amount of pixels to offset the arrow from the DOM element on the Y axis.||0|
|middleX||number||Middle point X position.||0|
|middleY||number||Middle point Y position.||0|
|width||number||Width of the arrow and arrowhead.||8|
|color||color||Color of the arrow and arrowhead.||"black"|
|hideIfFoundSelector||DOM selector||Optional. if the arrow can find this selector, it will hide itself. Useful for product tours when you only want to show an arrow whenever a user hasn't performed an action yet such as opening a menu.|
|debugLine||boolean||Show debug dots and lines for fromOffset, toOffset and middle vectors.||false|
|dynamicUpdate||boolean||Automatically adjust the arrow whenever the from/to DOM elements update. Useful for dynamic content such as sliding menus or content that is within a scrolling container.||false|
|zIndex||number||Adjust the z-index for this arrow.||0|
Made with ❤️ by Nick Janssen
Special thanks to prscoelho for his
Source Code: https://github.com/nickjanssen/react-curved-arrow
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