Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1667425500

Slate: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages

The Slate theme 

Slate is a Jekyll theme for GitHub Pages. You can preview the theme to see what it looks like, or even use it today.

Usage

To use the Slate theme:

Add the following to your site's _config.yml:

remote_theme: pages-themes/slate@v0.2.0
plugins:
- jekyll-remote-theme # add this line to the plugins list if you already have one

Optionally, if you'd like to preview your site on your computer, add the following to your site's Gemfile:

gem "github-pages", group: :jekyll_plugins

Customizing

Configuration variables

Slate will respect the following variables, if set in your site's _config.yml:

title: [The title of your site]
description: [A short description of your site's purpose]

Additionally, you may choose to set the following optional variables:

show_downloads: ["true" or "false" (unquoted) to indicate whether to provide a download URL]
google_analytics: [Your Google Analytics tracking ID]

Stylesheet

If you'd like to add your own custom styles:

Create a file called /assets/css/style.scss in your site

Add the following content to the top of the file, exactly as shown:

---
---

@import "{{ site.theme }}";

Add any custom CSS (or Sass, including imports) you'd like immediately after the @import line

Note: If you'd like to change the theme's Sass variables, you must set new values before the @import line in your stylesheet.

Layouts

If you'd like to change the theme's HTML layout:

  1. For some changes such as a custom favicon, you can add custom files in your local _includes folder. The files provided with the theme provide a starting point and are included by the original layout template.
  2. For more extensive changes, copy the original template from the theme's repository
    (Pro-tip: click "raw" to make copying easier)
  3. Create a file called /_layouts/default.html in your site
  4. Paste the default layout content copied in the first step
  5. Customize the layout as you'd like

Customizing Google Analytics code

Google has released several iterations to their Google Analytics code over the years since this theme was first created. If you would like to take advantage of the latest code, paste it into _includes/head-custom-google-analytics.html in your Jekyll site.

Overriding GitHub-generated URLs

Templates often rely on URLs supplied by GitHub such as links to your repository or links to download your project. If you'd like to override one or more default URLs:

Look at the template source to determine the name of the variable. It will be in the form of {{ site.github.zip_url }}.

Specify the URL that you'd like the template to use in your site's _config.yml. For example, if the variable was site.github.url, you'd add the following:

github:
  zip_url: http://example.com/download.zip
  another_url: another value

When your site is built, Jekyll will use the URL you specified, rather than the default one provided by GitHub.

Note: You must remove the site. prefix, and each variable name (after the github.) should be indent with two space below github:.

For more information, see the Jekyll variables documentation.

Roadmap

See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).

Project philosophy

The Slate theme is intended to make it quick and easy for GitHub Pages users to create their first (or 100th) website. The theme should meet the vast majority of users' needs out of the box, erring on the side of simplicity rather than flexibility, and provide users the opportunity to opt-in to additional complexity if they have specific needs or wish to further customize their experience (such as adding custom CSS or modifying the default layout). It should also look great, but that goes without saying.

Contributing

Interested in contributing to Slate? We'd love your help. Slate is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you. See the CONTRIBUTING file for instructions on how to contribute.

Previewing the theme locally

If you'd like to preview the theme locally (for example, in the process of proposing a change):

  1. Clone down the theme's repository (git clone https://github.com/pages-themes/slate)
  2. cd into the theme's directory
  3. Run script/bootstrap to install the necessary dependencies
  4. Run bundle exec jekyll serve to start the preview server
  5. Visit localhost:4000 in your browser to preview the theme

Running tests

The theme contains a minimal test suite, to ensure a site with the theme would build successfully. To run the tests, simply run script/cibuild. You'll need to run script/bootstrap once before the test script will work.

Download Details:

Author: Pages-themes
Source Code: https://github.com/pages-themes/slate 
License: CC0-1.0 license

#jekyll #pages #theme #githubpages 

Slate: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages
Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1667390820

Sustain: Personal Blog Powered By Jekyll

Sustain

Personal blog built with Bootstrap, powered by Jekyll and freely hosted in Github pages.

Deployment

There are several alternatives to building and deploying the site:

build the site with GitHub Actions which pushes the resulting files (the contents of _site/ or ../sustain-pages/) to the gh-pages branch. This is the approach that is currently used. See jekyll_build.yml for more details.

generate the site locally (more details below) and push the resulting HTML to a Github repository, that GitHub Pages then host;

build the site with travis-ci (with goodies from jekyll-travis) automatically pushing the generated HTML files to a gh-pages branch.

deploy the static website with Jekyll-compatible hosters, such as https://www.netlify.com/, that allow for deployment from the Github repo and publish the website using CDNs. Netlify has a free starter offer.

For option 2) simply clone this repository (master branch), and then run bundle exec jekyll serve inside the directory. Upload the resulting _site/ (or ../sustain-pages/) contents to your repository (master branch if uploading as your personal page (e.g. username.github.io) or gh-pages branch if uploading as a project page (as for the demo).

For option 3) you will need to set up travis-ci for your personal fork. Briefly all you need then is to change your details in _config.yml so that you can push to your github repo. You will also need to generate a secure key to add to your .travis.yml (you can find more info on how to do it in that file). Also make sure you read the documentation from jekyll-travis. This approach has clear advantages in that you simply push your file changes to GitHub and all the HTML files are generated for you and pushed to gh-pages. Also you get to know if everything is still fine with your site builds. Don't hesitate to contact me if you still have any issues (see below about issue tracking).

Issues and contributing

This install builds well with Ruby v2.6.3 and Jekyll v3.9.0. If you run into any problems please log them on the issue tracker.

Feel free pull-request your patches and fixes.

View the live demo

Sustain Live Demo

Screenshots

Home page home page

Blog page blog page

Post page post page

Projects page project page

Thanks

Profile picture from pexels.

Download Details:

Author: jekyllt
Source Code: https://github.com/jekyllt/sustain 
License: MIT license

#jekyll #theme #github #pages 

Sustain: Personal Blog Powered By Jekyll
Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1667367780

MM-github-pages-starter: Minimal Mistakes Remote Theme Starter

Minimal Mistakes remote theme starter

Click Use this template button above for the quickest method of getting started with the Minimal Mistakes Jekyll theme.

Contains basic configuration to get you a site with:

  • Sample posts.
  • Sample top navigation.
  • Sample author sidebar with social links.
  • Sample footer links.
  • Paginated home page.
  • Archive pages for posts grouped by year, category, and tag.
  • Sample about page.
  • Sample 404 page.
  • Site wide search.

Replace sample content with your own and configure as necessary.


Troubleshooting

If you have a question about using Jekyll, start a discussion on the Jekyll Forum or StackOverflow. Other resources:

Download Details:

Author: mmistakes
Source Code: https://github.com/mmistakes/mm-github-pages-starter 

#jekyll #github #pages 

MM-github-pages-starter: Minimal Mistakes Remote Theme Starter
Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1667302221

Jekyll-toc: A GitHub Pages Compatible Table Of Contents Generator

Jekyll Pure Liquid Table of Contents

GitHub Pages can't run custom Jekyll plug-ins so when generating Tables of Contents (TOCs), you're stuck with either a JavaScript solution or using kramdown's {:toc} option. However, by using {:toc}, you are forced to have that code next to your actual markdown and you can't place it in a layout. This means every. single. post. will need to have the snippet. If you choose the JavaScript approach, that's perfectly fine but what if JS is disabled on someone's browser or your page is just really long and it becomes inefficient.

Instead, I wrote this solution entirely in Liquid and can be used as an {% include %} in any website you want, in any layout you want. Want to see it in action? Here are some awesome websites that I know of using this solution :heart:.

For more information regarding how this include works, read the blog post.

Want anchors next to your Jekyll headings without JavaScript or a plug-in?

Check out the sister project over at allejo/jekyll-anchor-headings.

Usage

Alright, so how do you use it?

Download the toc.html file from the latest release or the master branch

Toss that file in your _includes folder.

Use it in your template layout where you have {{ content }} which is the HTML rendered from the markdown source with this liquid tag:

{% include toc.html html=content %}

Parameters

This snippet is highly customizable. Here are the available parameters to change the behavior of the snippet.

ParameterTypeDefaultDescription
htmlstring*the HTML of compiled markdown generated by kramdown in Jekyll
sanitizeboolfalsewhen set to true, the headers will be stripped of any HTML in the TOC
classstring''a CSS class assigned to the TOC; concat multiple classes with '.'
idstring''an ID to be assigned to the TOC
h_minint1the minimum TOC header level to use; any heading lower than this value will be ignored
h_maxint6the maximum TOC header level to use; any heading greater than this value will be ignored
orderedboolfalsewhen set to true, an ordered list will be outputted instead of an unordered list
item_classstring''add custom class for each list item; has support for %level% placeholder, which is the current heading level
submenu_classstring''add custom class(es) for each child group of headings; has support for %level% placeholder which is the current "submenu" heading level
base_urlstring''add a base url to the TOC links for when your TOC is on another page than the actual content
anchor_classstring''add custom class(es) for each anchor element
skip_no_idsboolfalseskip headers that do not have an id attribute

* This is a required parameter

Deprecated Variables

  • baseurl has been deprecated since 1.1.0, use base_url instead
  • skipNoIDs has been deprecated since 1.1.0, use skip_no_ids instead

Performance

The performance impact of this snippet on your site is pretty negligible. The stats below were gotten from Jekyll's --profile option.

Filename                              | Count |      Bytes |    Time
--------------------------------------+-------+------------+--------

# performance on docs.docker.com from ~Feb 2017
_includes/toc.html                    |   813 |    524.17K |  6.422

# performance on the "Minimal Mistakes" Jekyll theme
_includes/toc.html                    |    94 |     29.43K |  0.413

Download Details:

Author: Allejo
Source Code: https://github.com/allejo/jekyll-toc 
License: BSD-3 or MIT licenses.

#jekyll #github #pages #table #content 

Jekyll-toc: A GitHub Pages Compatible Table Of Contents Generator
Rupert  Beatty

Rupert Beatty

1667103240

Pageboy: A Simple, Highly informative Page View Controller

Pageboy

TL;DR UIPageViewController done properly.

⭐️ Features

  •  Simplified data source management & enhanced delegation.
  •  Dynamically insert & remove pages.
  •  Infinite scrolling support.
  •  Automatic timer-based page transitioning.
  •  Support for custom animated page transitions.

📋 Requirements

Pageboy requires iOS 9 / tvOS 10; and is compatible with Swift 5.

📲 Installation

Swift Package Manager

Pageboy is compatible with Swift Package Manager and can be integrated via Xcode.

CocoaPods

Pageboy is also available through CocoaPods:

pod 'Pageboy', '~> 3.7'

Carthage

Pageboy is also available through Carthage:

github "uias/Pageboy" ~> 3.7

🚀 Usage

The Basics

Create an instance of a PageboyViewController and provide it with a PageboyViewControllerDataSource.

class PageViewController: PageboyViewController, PageboyViewControllerDataSource {

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()
        
    self.dataSource = self
    }
}

Implement the PageboyViewControllerDataSource functions.

func numberOfViewControllers(in pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController) -> Int {
    return viewControllers.count
}

func viewController(for pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController,
                    at index: PageboyViewController.PageIndex) -> UIViewController? {
    return viewControllers[index]
}

func defaultPage(for pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController) -> PageboyViewController.Page? {
    return nil
}

PageboyViewControllerDelegate

The delegate functions provided by a PageboyViewController are much more reliable and useful than what a raw UIPageViewController provides. You can use them to find out exactly where the current page is, and when it's moved, where it's headed.

willScrollToPageAtIndex

About to embark on a transition to a new page.

func pageboyViewController(_ pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController,
                           willScrollToPageAt index: Int,
                           direction: PageboyViewController.NavigationDirection,
                           animated: Bool)

didScrollToPosition

Scrolled to a relative position along the way transitioning to a new page.

func pageboyViewController(_ pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController,
                           didScrollTo position: CGPoint,
                           direction: PageboyViewController.NavigationDirection,
                           animated: Bool)

didScrollToPage

Successfully completed a scroll transition to a page.

func pageboyViewController(_ pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController,
                           didScrollToPageAt index: Int,
                           direction: PageboyViewController.NavigationDirection,
                           animated: Bool)

didReload

Child view controllers have been reloaded.

func pageboyViewController(_ pageboyViewController: PageboyViewController,
                           didReloadWith currentViewController: UIViewController,
                           currentPageIndex: PageIndex)

Navigation

You can navigate programmatically through a PageboyViewController using scrollToPage():

pageViewController.scrollToPage(.next, animated: true)
  • Infinite scrolling can be enabled with .isInfiniteScrollEnabled.
  • Interactive scrolling can also be controlled with .isScrollEnabled.

Insertion & Deletion

Pageboy provides the ability to insert and delete pages dynamically in the PageboyViewController.

func insertPage(at index: PageIndex, then updateBehavior: PageUpdateBehavior)
func deletePage(at index: PageIndex, then updateBehavior: PageUpdateBehavior)

This behaves similarly to the insertion of rows in UITableView, in the fact that you have to update the data source prior to calling any of the update functions.

Example:

let index = 2
viewControllers.insert(UIViewController(), at: index)
pageViewController.insertPage(at: index)

The default behavior after inserting or deleting a page is to scroll to the update location, this however can be configured by passing a PageUpdateBehavior value other than .scrollToUpdate.

⚡️ Other Extras

  • reloadData() - Reload the view controllers in the page view controller. (Reloads the data source).
  • .navigationOrientation - Whether to orientate the pages horizontally or vertically.
  • .currentViewController - The currently visible view controller if it exists.
  • .currentPosition - The exact current relative position of the page view controller.
  • .currentIndex - The index of the currently visible page.
  • .parentPageboy - Access the immediate parent PageboyViewController from any child view controller.

Animated Transitions

Pageboy also provides custom transition support for animated transitions. This can be customized via the .transition property on PageboyViewController.

pageboyViewController.transition = Transition(style: .push, duration: 1.0)

Note: By default this is set to nil, which uses the standard animation provided by UIPageViewController.

Auto Scrolling

PageboyAutoScroller is available to set up timer based automatic scrolling of the PageboyViewController:

pageboyViewController.autoScroller.enable()

Support for custom intermission duration and other scroll behaviors is also available.

👨🏻‍💻 About

❤️ Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/uias/Pageboy.

Download Details:

Author: uias
Source Code: https://github.com/uias/Pageboy 
License: MIT license

#swift #pages #ios #view 

Pageboy: A Simple, Highly informative Page View Controller
Rupert  Beatty

Rupert Beatty

1660203660

Borgert is A CMS Open Source Created with Laravel Framework 5.6

A simple CMS to start projects in Laravel containing some modules.
Blog, Pages, Products, Mailbox, Image Gallery, Log Viewer and Users. 

Frontend: Blog (httpp://localhost:8000/blog) 

Languages: English (default), Portuguese, Spanish and Chinese 

Quality

Contributions / Donate 

Documentation

DescriptionEnglishPortuguês (Brasil)Chinese (Help translate)
1. Installation GuideENPT-BR 
2. User GuideENPT-BR 
2.1 RoutesENPT-BR 
2.2 ControllersENPT-BR 
2.3 ModelsENPT-BR 
2.4 ViewsENPT-BR 
2.5 AssetsENPT-BR 
2.6 UploadsENPT-BR 
3. ModulesENPT-BR 
4. LibrariesENPT-BR 
5. TipsENPT-BR 

 

Screenshots

Contributions

Want to help? How about a pull request or create an [issue] (https://github.com/odirleiborgert/borgert-cms/issues) with improvements.

GitHub issues

We recommend cloud Digital Ocean

Earn $10 cloud dollars using our link

DigitalOcean

Changelog.

Download Details:

Author: Borgert-inc
Source Code: https://github.com/borgert-inc/borgert-cms 
License: MIT license

#laravel #blog #pages #cms 

Borgert is A CMS Open Source Created with Laravel Framework 5.6

PageTransformer for Flutter

another_transformer_page_view

PageTransformer for flutter. Fork from transformer_page_view

Very simple to use

import 'package:another_transformer_page_view/another_transformer_page_view.dart';

...

new TransformerPageView(
loop: true,
transformer: new AccordionTransformer(),
itemBuilder: (BuildContext context, int index) {
  return new Container(
    color: list[index%list.length],
    child: new Center(
      child: new Text("$index",style: new TextStyle(fontSize: 80.0,color: Colors.white),),
    ),
  );
},
itemCount: 3)

Almost the same as PageView.builder, simplely specify a transformer to TransformerPageView, which is a sub class of PageTransformer

Show cases

Parallax

Welcome view

Basic

AccordionTransformer

See code here

ThreeDTransformer

See code here

ScaleAndFadeTransformer

See code here

ZoomInPageTransformer

See code here

ZoomOutPageTransformer

See code here

DepthPageTransformer

See code here

Getting Started

Installation

Add


another_transformer_page_view:

to your pubspec.yaml ,and run

flutter packages get 

in your project's root directory.

Basic Usage

ParameterDefaultDescription
scrollDirectionAxis.horizontalIf Axis.horizontal, the scroll view's children are arranged horizontally in a row instead of vertically in a column.
loopfalseSet to true to enable continuous loop mode.
indexnoneIndex number of initial slide. if not set , it is controlled by the widget itself,otherwise, it is controlled by another widget, which is returned by itemBuilder
onPageChangedvoid onPageChanged(int index)Called with the new index when the user swiped
durationnew Duration(milliseconds:300)The milliseconds of every transaction animation costs
transformernoneThe most important property of this widget, it returns a transformed widget that based on the widget parameter. If the value is null, a itemBuilder must be specified
itemCountnoneNumber of the total items
itemBuildernoneA function that returns a widget based on index,if it's null,a transformer must be specified

Build-in Parallax

We provide 3 build-in parallaxes, which handle color、image and container

ParallaxColor

ParallaxColor handles the color transform, which controls the color transform from one to another.

ParallaxImage

ParallaxImage handles the image, which speed is slower than the PageView

ParallaxContainer

ParallaxContainer handles the text or other staff, which speed is faster than the PageView

3 build-in parallaxes are all used in subclass of PageTransform,group these parallaxes together, we can create very cool things.

Inspired by page-transformer, and we have an easier way to create this.

See code here

Custom animation

Use this package as a library

Depend on it

Run this command:

With Flutter:

 $ flutter pub add another_transformer_page_view

This will add a line like this to your package's pubspec.yaml (and run an implicit flutter pub get):

dependencies:
  another_transformer_page_view: ^1.1.0

Alternatively, your editor might support flutter pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:another_transformer_page_view/another_transformer_page_view.dart'; 

example/lib/main.dart

import 'package:example/buildin_transformers.dart';
import 'package:example/images.dart';
import 'package:example/screens/product_list_view.dart';
import 'package:example/welcome.dart';
import 'package:example/zero.dart';
import 'package:flutter/cupertino.dart';
import 'package:flutter/material.dart';

import 'package:another_transformer_page_view/another_transformer_page_view.dart';

import 'dart:math' as math;

void main() => runApp(const MyApp());
List<Color> list = [Colors.yellow, Colors.green, Colors.blue];

List<String> images = [
  'assets/Hepburn2.jpg',
  'assets/Hepburn5.jpg',
  'assets/Hepburn4.jpg',
];

class MyApp extends StatelessWidget {
  const MyApp({Key? key}) : super(key: key);

  // This widget is the root of your application.
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return MaterialApp(
      title: 'Flutter Demo',
      theme: ThemeData(
        primarySwatch: Colors.blue,
      ),
      home: const MyHomePage(title: 'Flutter Demo Home Page'),
    );
  }
}

class MyHomePage extends StatefulWidget {
  const MyHomePage({Key? key, this.title}) : super(key: key);

  final String? title;

  @override
  _MyHomePageState createState() => _MyHomePageState();
}

class _MyHomePageState extends State<MyHomePage> {
  IndexController? _controller;
  final List<String> _types = [
    'AccordionTransformer',
    'ThreeDTransformer',
    'ScaleAndFadeTransformer',
    'ZoomInPageTransformer',
    'ZoomOutPageTransformer',
    'DeepthPageTransformer'
  ];

  String? _type;
  FixedExtentScrollController? controller;
  int? _index = 0;
  double _viewportFraction = 1.0;

  @override
  void initState() {
    _controller = IndexController();
    _type = 'AccordionTransformer';
    controller = FixedExtentScrollController();
    super.initState();
  }

  PageTransformer getTransformer() {
    switch (_type) {
      case 'AccordionTransformer':
        return AccordionTransformer();
      case 'ThreeDTransformer':
        return ThreeDTransformer();
      case 'ScaleAndFadeTransformer':
        return ScaleAndFadeTransformer();
      case 'ZoomInPageTransformer':
        return ZoomInPageTransformer();
      case 'ZoomOutPageTransformer':
        return ZoomOutPageTransformer();
      case 'DeepthPageTransformer':
        return DepthPageTransformer();
    }

    throw Exception('Not a type');
  }

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
      appBar: AppBar(
        title: Text(widget.title!),
        actions: <Widget>[
          InkWell(
            onTap: () {
              Navigator.push(context, MaterialPageRoute(builder: (c) {
                return const ProductListView();
              }));
            },
            child: const Text('route'),
          )
        ],
      ),
      body: Column(
        children: <Widget>[
          Wrap(
            children: <Widget>[
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  _controller!.move(math.Random().nextInt(5));
                },
                child: const Text('Random'),
              ),
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  Navigator.of(context).push(MaterialPageRoute(builder: (b) {
                    return Scaffold(
                      appBar: AppBar(
                        title: const Text('images'),
                      ),
                      body: const ImageTest(),
                    );
                  }));
                },
                child: const Text('Image'),
              ),
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  Navigator.of(context).push(MaterialPageRoute(builder: (b) {
                    return Scaffold(
                        appBar: AppBar(
                          title: const Text('welcome'),
                        ),
                        body: Welcome(0));
                  }));
                },
                child: const Text('Welcome'),
              ),
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  Navigator.of(context).push(MaterialPageRoute(builder: (b) {
                    return const Zero();
                  }));
                },
                child: const Text('Zero'),
              ),
            ],
          ),
          Row(
            children: <Widget>[
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  _controller!.previous();
                },
                child: const Text('Preious'),
              ),
              const SizedBox(
                width: 8.0,
              ),
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  _controller!.next();
                },
                child: const Text('Next'),
              ),
              const SizedBox(
                width: 8.0,
              ),
              ElevatedButton(
                onPressed: () {
                  showModalBottomSheet(
                      context: context,
                      builder: (_) {
                        return CupertinoPicker(
                            scrollController: controller,
                            itemExtent: 30.0,
                            onSelectedItemChanged: (int index) {
                              setState(() {
                                controller = FixedExtentScrollController(
                                    initialItem: index);
                                _type = _types[index];
                                if (_type == 'ScaleAndFadeTransformer') {
                                  _viewportFraction = 0.8;
                                } else {
                                  _viewportFraction = 1.0;
                                }
                              });
                            },
                            children: _types.map((t) => Text(t)).toList());
                      });
                },
                child: const Text('Animation'),
              ),
            ],
          ),
          Expanded(
              child: SizedBox(
            child: TransformerPageView(
                loop: false,
                index: _index,
                viewportFraction: _viewportFraction,
                controller: _controller,
                transformer: getTransformer(),
                onPageChanged: (int? index) {
                  setState(() {
                    _index = index;
                  });
                },
                itemBuilder: (BuildContext context, int index) {
                  return Image.asset(
                    images[index],
                    fit: BoxFit.fill,
                  );
                },
                itemCount: 3),
          ))
        ],
      ),
    );
  }
} 

Download Details:

Author: juliansteenbakker

Source Code: https://github.com/juliansteenbakker/another_transformer_page_v

#flutter #pages #android #ios 

PageTransformer for Flutter

Svelteでの分析ダッシュボードの構築

データは常に視覚的に認識しやすくなっています。データの視覚化により、一定期間の傾向を確認したり、さまざまなデータセットを比較したり、合計、ハイライト、安値などを簡単に確認したりできます。

ソフトウェアでデータを視覚化する最も一般的な方法の1つは、分析パネルを使用することです。ほとんどのバックエンドシステムで、訪問者のエンゲージメントデータ、ユーザーアクティビティの指標、サーバーの統計情報、その他の指標を表示するためにそれらを確認しています。

この記事では、Svelteで分析ダッシュボードを構築します。コンポーネントを作成し、データをコードから分離し、ロジックを実装する方法に焦点を当てます。

参考までに、これが最終プロジェクトのソースコードです。

Svelteでワイヤーフレームを作成する

3つの異なるタイプのチャートを介して統計を表示するサーバー統計ダッシュボードを作成します。折れ線グラフが1つ、棒グラフが2つ、ドーナツグラフが3つあります。

折れ線グラフには、6か月間の訪問者の統計が表示されます。棒グラフには、最も訪問されたページと、サイトにトラフィックをもたらす上位のリファラーが表示されます。最後に、ドーナツチャートには、ユーザーOS、ブラウザー、およびデバイスの使用状況が表示されます。

分析ダッシュボードのレイアウトは、以下のワイヤーフレームに示されています。

アナリティクスダッシュボードワイヤーフレーム

プロジェクトの設定

新しいSvelteプロジェクトの足場を作るために、degitを使用します。ターミナルを開き、次のコマンドを実行しますnpx degit sveltejs/template svelte-analytics。

その後、を実行して、作業ディレクトリを新しく作成したフォルダに変更しますcd svelte-analytics。次に、コマンドを実行して、Svelteプロジェクトが機能するために必要なすべての依存関係をインストールしますnpm install。

npm run dev次に、ターミナルで実行し、ブラウザでhttp:// localhost:8080に移動します。次のようなSvelteプロジェクトプレビューが表示されます。

 Svelteチュートリアル

また、外部のnpmライブラリChart.jsをインストールします。これは、モダンな外観のインタラクティブなグラフを作成するのに役立ちます。npm install chart.jsターミナルがパッケージのインストールを完了するまで実行して待ちます。

データのシミュレーション

通常、データはデータベースからフェッチされます。分析コンポーネント自体の作成方法に焦点を当てるため、サンプルデータを別のファイルに作成し、必要に応じてインポートします。

フォルダに移動し、insidesrcという名前の新しいファイルを作成します。data.js次に、次のコードを必ず含めてください。

const colors = ["tomato", "gold", "lime green"];

export const visits = {
  title: "Unique visitors",
  type: "line",
  backgroundColor: colors[0],
  labels: ["January", "February", "March", "April", "May", "June"],
  data: [275, 254, 261, 279, 262, 268]
};

export const pages = {
  title: "Top pages",
  type: "bar",
  backgroundColor: colors[0],
  labels: ["/gallery", "/blog", "/about", "/pricing", "/contact"],
  data: [220, 176, 132, 88, 44]
};

export const referrers = {
  title: "Top referrers",
  type: "bar",
  backgroundColor: colors[0],
  labels: ["google", "twitter", "facebook", "linkedin", "dev.to"],
  data: [23, 14, 6, 5, 2]
};

export const os = {
  title: "OS usage",
  type: "doughnut",
  backgroundColor: colors,
  labels: ["Win", "MacOS", "Linux"],
  data: [400, 100, 200]
};

export const browsers = {
  title: "Browser usage",
  type: "doughnut",
  backgroundColor: colors,
  labels: ["Chrome", "Firefox", "Safari"],
  data: [240, 100, 60]
};

export const devices = {
  title: "Device usage",
  type: "doughnut",
  backgroundColor: colors,
  labels: ["Phone", "Desktop"],
  data: [220, 260]
};

最初に、チャートの背景色を定義する色配列を作成しました。事前定義されたHTMLカラー名「トマト」、「ゴールド」、「ライムグリーン」を使用しましたが、特定のプロジェクトに合わせて任意のカスタムカラーパレットに調整できます。

次に、チャートのタイトル、タイプ、背景色、ラベル、およびデータで構成される、チャートごとに個別のオブジェクトを作成しました。export後でメインファイルにインポートしApp.svelteて小道具として渡すことができるように、各変数にステートメントを使用しました。

Svelteでチャートコンポーネントを作成する

データを視覚化するグラフコンポーネントを作成するcomponentsには、プロジェクトルートで呼び出される新しいフォルダーを作成し、そのChart.svelte中に呼び出される新しいファイルを作成します。次に、新しく作成したファイルに次のコードを追加します。

<script>
    import Chart from "chart.js/auto";
    import { onMount } from "svelte";

    let ctx;
    let chartCanvas;

    export let type;
    export let labels;
    export let data;
    export let title;
    export let backgroundColor;
    export let showLegends = false;

    onMount(async () => {
      ctx = chartCanvas.getContext("2d");
      const chart = new Chart(ctx, {
        type,
        data: {
          labels,
          datasets: [
            {
              backgroundColor,
              data
            }
          ]
        },
        options: {
          plugins: {
            title: {
              display: true,
              text: title
            },
            legend: {
              display: showLegends,
              position: "bottom"
            }
          }
        }
      });
    });
</script>

<canvas bind:this={chartCanvas}></canvas>

まず、 Chart.jsライブラリChartからコンポーネントをインポートしました。次に、コンポーネントが最初にDOMにレンダリングされた後に実行される組み込み関数をSvelteからインポートしました。onMount

次に、グラフ自体のコンテキスト変数とキャンバス変数(ctxおよび)を作成し、コンポーネントをメインファイルchartCanvasにインポートするときに渡す必要のある値の変数を作成しました。ChartApp.svelte

最後に、onMount関数内で、すべてのグラフを作成するために使用される、、、およびパラメーターtypeをdata作成しました。コンポーネントを画面にoptionsレンダリングするために、要素にバインドしました。ChartchartCanvascanvas

アプリロジックの作成

次に、データとグラフのコンポーネントをまとめましょう。srcフォルダに移動してを開きApp.jsます。次のコードを追加します。

<script>
import  Chart  from  "../components/Chart.svelte";
import  {  visits,  pages,  referrers,  os,  browsers,  devices  }  from  "./data.js";
</script>

<main>
  <h3>Monthly Visitors</h3>
  <section>
  <Chart {...visits}/>
  </section>
  <h3>Top pages and Referrers</h3>
  <div id="pages">
  <section>
    <Chart {...pages}/>
  </section>
  <section>
    <Chart {...referrers}/>
  </section>
  </div>
  <h3>OS, Browsers and Devices</h3>
  <div id="devices">
  <section>
    <Chart {...os} showLegends={true}/>
  </section>
  <section>
    <Chart {...browsers} showLegends={true}/>
  </section>
  <section>
    <Chart {...devices} showLegends={true}/>
  </section>
  </div>
</main>

Chart最初に、コンポーネントと以前に作成したすべてのデータオブジェクトをインポートしました。exportオブジェクト変数ごとにステートメントを使用したため、すべてを1行で簡単にインポートできました。

次に、mainアプリ全体のラッパーを使用し、ダッシュボードセクションのタイトルを作成し、セクションh3のグリッドレイアウトラッパーを使用しました。これには、それぞれ2つと3つのチャートが含まれます。pagesdevices

次に、計画されたすべてのChartコンポーネントを含めました。Chart各コンポーネントをsectionタグでラップしていることに注意してください。これは、Chart.jsが幅を定義し、さまざまな画面幅で表示した場合の応答性を調整するために親要素を必要とするためです。

最後に、JavaScriptスプレッド構文Chartを使用して、コンポーネントに必要な小道具を渡しました。最後の3つのグラフでは、凡例も表示されるため、そのオプションを有効にする追加の小道具が追加されました。

Svelteアプリのスタイリング

次に、要素が期待どおりに表示されるように、いくつかのスタイルシートルールをアプリに追加しましょう。ファイルに残っている間にApp.svelte、以前に作成したScriptタグとHTMLの下に次のコードを追加します。

<style>
  @import url("https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Montserrat&display=swap");

  :global(*) {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
  }

  :global(body) {
    background-color: rgb(255, 137, 116);
    font-family: "Montserrat", sans-serif;
  }

  main {
    max-width: 800px;
    min-height: 100vh;
    margin: 0 auto;
    padding: 0 20px;
    background-color: rgb(245, 245, 245);
  }

  h3 {
    padding: 20px 0;
  }

  section {
    min-width: 100%;
    background-color: white;
    border-radius: 10px;
  }

  #pages {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-columns: repeat(2, 1fr);
    gap: 20px;
  }

  #devices {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-columns: repeat(3, 1fr);
    gap: 20px;
    padding-bottom: 20px;
  }

  @media only screen and (max-width: 560px) {
    #pages,
    #devices {
      grid-template-columns: 1fr;
    }
  }
</style>

まず、Montserratフォントをインポートし、アプリ全体で使用するように設定しました。また、パディングとマージンにリセットルールを使用したため、ダッシュボードはさまざまなブラウザーで同じように表示されます。ページの背景色をオレンジ色に設定しました。

ダッシュボード自体については、幅が超えないように設定800pxし、ビューポートの中央に配置しました。また、いくつかのパディングを使用し、背景色をライトグレーに設定しました。

セクションタイトルに上下のパディングを設定し、セクション自体の幅、背景色、境界線の半径を定義しました。

複数のグラフを含むラッパーの場合、レイアウトをグリッドに設定し、を使用します。これにより、メインラッパーの使用可能な幅が、間隔を空けgrid-template-columnsて同じ幅の2つまたは3つの列に分割されます。20px

最後に、両方のグリッドラッパーのCSSメディアルールを作成しました。画面幅がそれ以下の場合560px、とのグリッドレイアウトは1つの列pagesにdevices切り替わります。つまり、含まれているすべてのグラフが互いに真下に表示されます。

最後にすべきことは、アプリをテストすることです。開発サーバーがまだ実行されているかどうかを確認します。そうでない場合は、npm run dev再度実行して、ブラウザでhttp:// localhost:8080にアクセスします。これで、次のような最終的なダッシュボードが表示されます。

 æœ€çµ‚ダッシュボード

結論

このチュートリアルでは、再利用可能なチャートコンポーネントを作成する方法を学びました。分析ダッシュボードを作成するプロセス中に、データをコードから分離し、グラフのタイプ、データ、およびオプションをインポート、エクスポート、および渡す方法を学びました。

このテンプレートを自由に適応させて、独自のプロジェクトで使用してください。また、必要に応じて、データをデータベースに移動してバックエンドを実装し、プロジェクトの使用時にデータが更新されるようにすることもできます。

うまくいけば、あなたはある程度の知識を習得し、これからはSvelteでの作業中にダッシュボードをより快適に実装できるようになるでしょう。 

リンク:https ://blog.logrocket.com/building-analytic-dashboards-svelte/

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Svelteでの分析ダッシュボードの構築
Saul  Alaniz

Saul Alaniz

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Creación De Cuadros De Mando analíticos En Svelte

Los datos siempre han sido más fáciles de percibir visualmente. La visualización de datos nos permite ver tendencias durante períodos de tiempo, nos permite comparar diferentes conjuntos de datos y facilita ver los totales, los puntos destacados, los mínimos, etc.

Una de las formas más comunes de visualizar datos en el software es a través de paneles de análisis. Los vemos en la mayoría de los sistemas de back-end para mostrar los datos de participación de los visitantes, las métricas de actividad del usuario, las estadísticas del servidor y otras métricas.

En este artículo, crearemos un tablero de análisis en Svelte . Nos centraremos en cómo crear los componentes, separar los datos del código e implementar la lógica.

Como referencia, aquí está el código fuente del proyecto final.

Crear una estructura alámbrica en Svelte

Crearemos un tablero de estadísticas del servidor que mostrará estadísticas a través de tres tipos diferentes de gráficos. Habrá un gráfico de líneas, dos gráficos de barras y tres gráficos de anillos.

El gráfico de líneas mostrará las estadísticas de visitantes a lo largo de seis meses. Los gráficos de barras mostrarán las páginas más visitadas, así como las principales referencias que traen tráfico al sitio. Finalmente, los gráficos de anillos mostrarán los usos del sistema operativo, el navegador y el dispositivo del usuario.

El diseño del tablero de análisis se muestra en la siguiente estructura:

Configurando el proyecto

Para montar un nuevo proyecto Svelte, usaremos degit . Abre tu terminal y ejecuta el siguiente comando: npx degit sveltejs/template svelte-analytics.

Después, cambie su directorio de trabajo a la carpeta recién creada ejecutando cd svelte-analytics. Luego instale todas las dependencias necesarias para que el proyecto Svelte funcione ejecutando el comando npm install.

Ahora ejecútelo npm run deven su terminal y navegue hasta http://localhost:8080 en su navegador. Se le debe presentar una vista previa del proyecto Svelte que se ve así:

También instalaremos la biblioteca npm externa Chart.js , que nos ayudará a crear gráficos interactivos y de aspecto moderno. Ejecute npm install chart.jsy espere mientras la terminal termina de instalar el paquete.

Simulando los datos

Normalmente, los datos se obtendrían de la base de datos. Debido a que nos centraremos en cómo crear los propios componentes analíticos, crearemos datos de muestra en un archivo separado y luego los importaremos donde sea necesario.

Navegue a la srccarpeta y cree un nuevo archivo llamado data.jsdentro. A continuación, asegúrese de incluir el siguiente código en él:

const colors = ["tomato", "gold", "lime green"];

export const visits = {
  title: "Unique visitors",
  type: "line",
  backgroundColor: colors[0],
  labels: ["January", "February", "March", "April", "May", "June"],
  data: [275, 254, 261, 279, 262, 268]
};

export const pages = {
  title: "Top pages",
  type: "bar",
  backgroundColor: colors[0],
  labels: ["/gallery", "/blog", "/about", "/pricing", "/contact"],
  data: [220, 176, 132, 88, 44]
};

export const referrers = {
  title: "Top referrers",
  type: "bar",
  backgroundColor: colors[0],
  labels: ["google", "twitter", "facebook", "linkedin", "dev.to"],
  data: [23, 14, 6, 5, 2]
};

export const os = {
  title: "OS usage",
  type: "doughnut",
  backgroundColor: colors,
  labels: ["Win", "MacOS", "Linux"],
  data: [400, 100, 200]
};

export const browsers = {
  title: "Browser usage",
  type: "doughnut",
  backgroundColor: colors,
  labels: ["Chrome", "Firefox", "Safari"],
  data: [240, 100, 60]
};

export const devices = {
  title: "Device usage",
  type: "doughnut",
  backgroundColor: colors,
  labels: ["Phone", "Desktop"],
  data: [220, 260]
};

Primero creamos una matriz de colores que definirá el color de fondo de los gráficos. Usamos nombres de color HTML predefinidos "tomate", "gold" y "lime green", pero puede ajustarlos a cualquier paleta de colores personalizada que desee para su proyecto específico.

Luego, creamos un objeto separado para cada gráfico que consiste en el título, el tipo, el color de fondo, las etiquetas y los datos del gráfico. Usamos exportdeclaraciones para cada variable para que luego podamos importarlas al archivo principal App.sveltey pasarlas como accesorios.

Creando el componente gráfico en Svelte

Para crear un componente de gráfico que visualizará nuestros datos, cree una nueva carpeta llamada componentsen la raíz del proyecto y cree un nuevo archivo llamado Chart.sveltedentro de ella. Ahora, agregue el siguiente código en el archivo recién creado:

<script>
    import Chart from "chart.js/auto";
    import { onMount } from "svelte";

    let ctx;
    let chartCanvas;

    export let type;
    export let labels;
    export let data;
    export let title;
    export let backgroundColor;
    export let showLegends = false;

    onMount(async () => {
      ctx = chartCanvas.getContext("2d");
      const chart = new Chart(ctx, {
        type,
        data: {
          labels,
          datasets: [
            {
              backgroundColor,
              data
            }
          ]
        },
        options: {
          plugins: {
            title: {
              display: true,
              text: title
            },
            legend: {
              display: showLegends,
              position: "bottom"
            }
          }
        }
      });
    });
</script>

<canvas bind:this={chartCanvas}></canvas>

Primero importamos el Chartcomponente de la biblioteca Chart.js . Luego, importamos la onMountfunción integrada de Svelte , que se ejecuta después de que el componente se representa por primera vez en el DOM.

Luego, creamos variables de contexto y lienzo ( ctxy chartCanvas) para el gráfico en sí y creamos variables para los valores que necesitaremos pasar cuando importemos el Chartcomponente en el App.sveltearchivo principal.

Finalmente, dentro de las onMountfunciones, creamos type, datay optionsparámetros que se usarán para construir todos los gráficos. Para representar el Chartcomponente en la pantalla, lo vinculamos chartCanvasal canvaselemento.

Crear la lógica de la aplicación

Ahora pongamos los datos y los componentes del gráfico juntos. Navegue hasta la srccarpeta y abra App.js. Añádele el siguiente código:

<script>
import  Chart  from  "../components/Chart.svelte";
import  {  visits,  pages,  referrers,  os,  browsers,  devices  }  from  "./data.js";
</script>

<main>
  <h3>Monthly Visitors</h3>
  <section>
  <Chart {...visits}/>
  </section>
  <h3>Top pages and Referrers</h3>
  <div id="pages">
  <section>
    <Chart {...pages}/>
  </section>
  <section>
    <Chart {...referrers}/>
  </section>
  </div>
  <h3>OS, Browsers and Devices</h3>
  <div id="devices">
  <section>
    <Chart {...os} showLegends={true}/>
  </section>
  <section>
    <Chart {...browsers} showLegends={true}/>
  </section>
  <section>
    <Chart {...devices} showLegends={true}/>
  </section>
  </div>
</main>

Primero importamos el Chartcomponente y todos los objetos de datos que creamos anteriormente. Debido a que usamos exportdeclaraciones para cada variable de objeto, fue fácil importar todo en una sola línea.

A continuación, usamos un mainenvoltorio alrededor de toda la aplicación, creamos los h3títulos para las secciones del tablero y usamos envoltorios de diseño de cuadrícula para las secciones pagesy devices, que incluirán dos y tres gráficos, respectivamente.

Luego incluimos todos los Chartcomponentes planificados. Observe que envolvimos cada Chartcomponente dentro de una sectionetiqueta. Esto se debe a que Chart.js necesita un elemento principal para definir el ancho y ajustar la capacidad de respuesta cuando se ve en diferentes anchos de pantalla.

Finalmente, usamos una sintaxis extendida de JavaScript para pasar los accesorios necesarios para los Chartcomponentes. Para los últimos tres gráficos, también mostraremos las leyendas, por lo que se agregó un accesorio adicional que habilitó esa opción.

Diseñar la aplicación Svelte

Ahora agreguemos algunas reglas de hoja de estilo a nuestra aplicación para que los elementos se muestren como se esperaba. Mientras aún está en el App.sveltearchivo, agregue el siguiente código debajo de las etiquetas Script y HTML escritas anteriormente:

<style>
  @import url("https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Montserrat&display=swap");

  :global(*) {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
  }

  :global(body) {
    background-color: rgb(255, 137, 116);
    font-family: "Montserrat", sans-serif;
  }

  main {
    max-width: 800px;
    min-height: 100vh;
    margin: 0 auto;
    padding: 0 20px;
    background-color: rgb(245, 245, 245);
  }

  h3 {
    padding: 20px 0;
  }

  section {
    min-width: 100%;
    background-color: white;
    border-radius: 10px;
  }

  #pages {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-columns: repeat(2, 1fr);
    gap: 20px;
  }

  #devices {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-columns: repeat(3, 1fr);
    gap: 20px;
    padding-bottom: 20px;
  }

  @media only screen and (max-width: 560px) {
    #pages,
    #devices {
      grid-template-columns: 1fr;
    }
  }
</style>

Primero, importamos la fuente Montserrat y la configuramos para que se usara en toda la aplicación. También usamos reglas de reinicio para el relleno y el margen, por lo que el tablero se ve igual en los diferentes navegadores. Configuramos el color de fondo de la página para que sea naranja.

Para el tablero en sí, configuramos el ancho para que nunca exceda 800pxy lo centramos en la ventana gráfica. También usamos algo de relleno y configuramos el color de fondo en gris claro.

Establecimos un relleno superior e inferior para los títulos de las secciones, y también definimos el ancho, el color de fondo y el radio del borde para las secciones mismas.

Para los envoltorios que incluirán múltiples gráficos, configuramos el diseño para que sea una cuadrícula y usamos grid-template-columns, que divide el ancho disponible del envoltorio principal en dos o tres columnas con el mismo ancho, con un 20pxespacio entre ellas.

Finalmente, creamos una regla de medios CSS para ambos envoltorios de cuadrícula. Si el ancho de la pantalla es 560pxo menor, el diseño de la cuadrícula pagescambia devicesa una columna, lo que significa que todos los gráficos incluidos se muestran directamente uno debajo del otro.

Lo último que queda por hacer es probar la aplicación. Compruebe si el servidor de desarrollo todavía se está ejecutando. Si no es así, npm run devvuelva a ejecutar y visite http://localhost:8080 en su navegador. Ahora debería aparecer el tablero final, que se ve así:

Conclusión

En este tutorial, aprendimos cómo crear componentes de gráficos reutilizables. Durante el proceso de creación del panel de análisis, aprendimos a separar los datos del código y cómo importar, exportar y pasar el tipo, los datos y las opciones de los gráficos.

Siéntete libre de adaptar y usar esta plantilla en tus propios proyectos. Además, si lo desea, puede mover los datos a la base de datos e implementar el backend para que los datos se actualicen cuando se utiliza el proyecto.

Con suerte, adquirió algunos conocimientos y, a partir de ahora, se sentirá más cómodo implementando paneles mientras trabaja con Svelte. 

Enlace: https://blog.logrocket.com/building-analytic-dashboards-svelte/ 

#svelte 

Creación De Cuadros De Mando analíticos En Svelte
Carmelo  Hauck

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Food Delivery App - 6. The Bottom Navigation and Pages.

In this video tutorial, we create the bottom navigation bar for our application and create empty pages for our items in the bottom navigation.

Link to source code: https://github.com/Flutter-Zone/Flutter-Zone-Food-App

Design Inspirations:
https://www.behance.net/gallery/74505097/Foodiee-Food-ordering-App-UI-kit?tracking_source=search|food app

https://www.behance.net/gallery/70933623/Delyo-UI-Kit-Food-Delivery-App?tracking_source=search|food app

Keep calm and watch the tutorial.

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Food Delivery App -  6. The Bottom Navigation and Pages.