Create Draggable/Resizable/Scalable/Rotatable/Warpable Element

Create Draggable/Resizable/Scalable/Rotatable/Warpable Element

Moveable is Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable, Groupable, Snappable

Moveable

Moveable is Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable, Groupable, Snappable

Draggable Resizable Scalable Rotatable
Warpable Pinchable Groupable Snappable
Clippable Roundable OriginDraggable Selecto

πŸ”₯ Features

  • Draggable refers to the ability to drag and move targets.
  • Resizable indicates whether the target's width and height can be increased or decreased.
  • Scalable indicates whether the target's x and y can be scale of transform.
  • Rotatable indicates whether the target can be rotated.
  • Warpable indicates whether the target can be warped (distorted, bented).
  • Pinchable indicates whether the target can be pinched with draggable, resizable, scalable, rotatable.
  • Groupable indicates Whether the targets can be moved in group with draggable, resizable, scalable, rotatable.
  • Snappable indicates whether to snap to the guideline.
  • OriginDraggable* indicates Whether to drag origin.
  • Clippable indicates Whether to clip the target.
  • Roundable indicates Whether to show and drag or double click border-radius.
  • Support SVG Elements (svg, path, line, ellipse, g, rect, ...etc)
  • Support Major Browsers
  • Support 3d Transform

βš™οΈ Installation

npm

$ npm i moveable

scripts

<script src="//daybrush.com/moveable/release/latest/dist/moveable.min.js"></script>

πŸ“„ Documents

πŸš€ How to use

import Moveable from "moveable";

const moveable = new Moveable(document.body, {
    target: document.querySelector(".target"),
    // If the container is null, the position is fixed. (default: parentElement(document.body))
    container: document.body,
    draggable: true,
    resizable: true,
    scalable: true,
    rotatable: true,
    warpable: true,
    // Enabling pinchable lets you use events that
    // can be used in draggable, resizable, scalable, and rotateable.
    pinchable: true, // ["resizable", "scalable", "rotatable"]
    origin: true,
    keepRatio: true,
    // Resize, Scale Events at edges.
    edge: false,
    throttleDrag: 0,
    throttleResize: 0,
    throttleScale: 0,
    throttleRotate: 0,
});
/* draggable */
moveable.on("dragStart", ({ target, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onDragStart", target);
}).on("drag", ({
    target, transform,
    left, top, right, bottom,
    beforeDelta, beforeDist, delta, dist,
    clientX, clientY,
}) => {
    console.log("onDrag left, top", left, top);
    target!.style.left = `${left}px`;
    target!.style.top = `${top}px`;
    // console.log("onDrag translate", dist);
    // target!.style.transform = transform;
}).on("dragEnd", ({ target, isDrag, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onDragEnd", target, isDrag);
});

/* resizable */
moveable.on("resizeStart", ({ target, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onResizeStart", target);
}).on("resize", ({ target, width, height, dist, delta, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onResize", target);
    delta[0] && (target!.style.width = `${width}px`);
    delta[1] && (target!.style.height = `${height}px`);
}).on("resizeEnd", ({ target, isDrag, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onResizeEnd", target, isDrag);
});

/* scalable */
moveable.on("scaleStart", ({ target, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onScaleStart", target);
}).on("scale", ({
    target, scale, dist, delta, transform, clientX, clientY,
}: OnScale) => {
    console.log("onScale scale", scale);
    target!.style.transform = transform;
}).on("scaleEnd", ({ target, isDrag, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onScaleEnd", target, isDrag);
});

/* rotatable */
moveable.on("rotateStart", ({ target, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onRotateStart", target);
}).on("rotate", ({ target, beforeDelta, delta, dist, transform, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onRotate", dist);
    target!.style.transform = transform;
}).on("rotateEnd", ({ target, isDrag, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onRotateEnd", target, isDrag);
});

/* warpable */
this.matrix = [
    1, 0, 0, 0,
    0, 1, 0, 0,
    0, 0, 1, 0,
    0, 0, 0, 1,
];
moveable.on("warpStart", ({ target, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onWarpStart", target);
}).on("warp", ({
    target,
    clientX,
    clientY,
    delta,
    dist,
    multiply,
    transform,
}) => {
    console.log("onWarp", target);
    // target.style.transform = transform;
    this.matrix = multiply(this.matrix, delta);
    target.style.transform = `matrix3d(${this.matrix.join(",")})`;
}).on("warpEnd", ({ target, isDrag, clientX, clientY }) => {
    console.log("onWarpEnd", target, isDrag);
});

/* pinchable */
// Enabling pinchable lets you use events that
// can be used in draggable, resizable, scalable, and rotateable.
moveable.on("pinchStart", ({ target, clientX, clientY }) => {
    // pinchStart event occur before dragStart, rotateStart, scaleStart, resizeStart
    console.log("onPinchStart");
}).on("pinch", ({ target, clientX, clientY, datas }) => {
    // pinch event occur before drag, rotate, scale, resize
    console.log("onPinch");
}).on("pinchEnd", ({ isDrag, target, clientX, clientY, datas }) => {
    // pinchEnd event occur before dragEnd, rotateEnd, scaleEnd, resizeEnd
    console.log("onPinchEnd");
});

πŸ“¦ Packages

  • react-moveable: A React Component that create Moveable, Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable.
  • preact-moveable: A Preact Component that create Moveable, Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable.
  • ngx-moveable: An Angular Component that create Moveable, Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable.
  • svelte-moveable: A Svelte Component that create Moveable, Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable.
  • vue-moveable(@probil): A Vue Component that create Moveable, Draggable, Resizable, Scalable, Rotatable, Warpable, Pinchable.

βš™οΈ Developments

npm start

The main project was made with react and I used react-simple-compat to make it lighter with umd.

For development and testing, check in packages/react-moveable.

$ cd packages/react-moveable
$ npm i
$ npm start

Runs the app in the development mode. Open http://localhost:3000 to view it in the browser.

The page will reload if you make edits. You will also see any lint errors in the console.

⭐️ Show Your Support

Please give a ⭐️ if this project helped you!

πŸ‘ Contributing

If you have any questions or requests or want to contribute to moveable or other packages, please write the issue or give me a Pull Request freely.

🐞 Bug Report

If you find a bug, please report to us opening a new Issue on GitHub.

Download Details:

Author: daybrush

Demo: https://daybrush.com/moveable/

Source Code: https://github.com/daybrush/moveable

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