Angular Material flex layout attributes without all the other stuff Sample in 2020

Angular Material flex layout attributes without all the other stuff Sample in 2020


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React Material Layout

Angular Material flex layout attributes without all the other stuff. Prefixed with data- for react.

npm install react-material-layout

bower install react-material-layout

Data Attribute Example

// You can either build css with webpack, or simply link in the HTML

// HTML link:
// <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/billjohnston/react-material-layout/master/dist/react-material-layout.min.css">

// Webpack:
// import 'react-material-layout/dist/react-material-layout.min.css'

class FlexboxTest extends React.Component{
	render() {
		return (
			<div data-flex data-layout="column" data-layout-align="space-between">
				<div data-flex data-layout="row" data-layout-align="space-between">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
				<div data-flex data-layout="row" data-layout-align="space-around center">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
				<div data-flex data-layout="row" data-layout-align="start center">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
				<div data-flex data-layout="row" data-layout-align="end center">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
			</div>
		)
	}
}

React.render(<FlexboxTest />, document.getElementById('container'))

Fiddle

Docs (remember to prefix all attributes with data-)

Class based Example

// HTML link:
// <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/billjohnston/react-material-layout/master/dist/react-material-class-layout.min.css">

// Webpack:
// import 'react-material-layout/dist/react-material-class-layout.min.css'

class FlexboxTest extends React.Component{
	render() {
		return (
			<div className="flex layout-column layout-align-space-between">
				<div className="flex layout-row layout-align-space-between">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
				<div className="flex layout-row layout-align-space-around-center">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
				<div className="flex layout-row layout-align-start-center">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
				<div className="flex layout-row layout-align-end-center">
					<div className="blue-box">1</div>
					<div className="blue-box">2</div>
					<div className="blue-box">3</div>
				</div>
			</div>
		)
	}
}

React.render(<FlexboxTest />, document.getElementById('container'))

Fiddle

Docs (use classes instead of attributes)

Build

npm run build

You will be prompted for a release version (currently 1.1.7)

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