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ng-qtip2

qTip 2 directive for AngularJS.

Features

How to use

Manually include

  1. Make sure the file is included in your HTML:
    <script type="text/javascript" src="ng-qtip2.js"></script>
  2. Load the ngQtip2 module in your app.js's configuration

Using bower

  1. Install with bower

    bower install ng-qtip2
  2. Make sure the file is included in your HTML:

    <script type="text/javascript" src="bower_components/ng-qtip2/ng-qtip2.js"></script>

Overriding default options

You may override any options for qTip tips globally in your module.
Do this by injecting qtipDefaultsProvider inside your app's config stage, and using the setDefaults method.
Example config stage:

angular.module('myApp', ['ngQtip2']).config(function(qtipDefaultsProvider) {
  qtipDefaultsProvider.setDefaults({
    position: {
      adjust: {
        x: 10,
        y: 20
      }
    }
  });
});

Available options

Interpolated means you can assign expressions inside using {{expression}} format to create dynamic content. Non-interpolated are immediately evaluated as they are. For example, qtip-visible expects a boolean condition expression inside (e.g. qtip-visible="title.length > 0" or qtip-visible="true").

Option Type Description
qtip [required] [interpolated] [string] The qTip content. This can be left blank and overridden with other properties such as qtip-content, qtip-title, qtip-selector, and qtip-template.
qtip-content [optional] [interpolated] [string] The qTip content. Overrides qtip.
qtip-title [optional] [interpolated] [string] When specified, puts the value in qTip's built-in title option.
qtip-visible [optional] [boolean] [default=false] Whether the qTip is visible immediately.
qtip-disable [optional] [boolean] [default=false] Whether the qTip is disabled completely. Useful with ng-repeat and conditions inside the repeater, for example.
qtip-fixed [optional] [boolean] [default=true] Whether the qTip sticks around after the mouse leaves it (up until a certain qtip-delay is reached)
qtip-delay [optional] [string|int] [default=100] How long to wait before the qTip disappears after it becomes inactive when the mouseleave hide event is used (i.e, by default), in ms.
qtip-adjust-x [optional] [int] [default=0] Position the qTip more to the left or right, relatively, in pixels. Use a negative value to move it left.
qtip-adjust-y [optional] [int] [default=0] Position the qTip more to the top or bottom, relatively, in pixels. Use a negative value to move it up.
qtip-show-effect [optional] [boolean] [default=true] If false, will disable animating the showing effect of qTip (this is useful when the dynamic positioning shows a flicker and animates the qTip from the side of the element or screen before positioning it correctly).
qtip-hide-effect [optional] [boolean] [default=true] If false, will disable animating the hiding effect of qTip (this is useful when the dynamic positioning shows a flicker and animates the qTip from the side of the element or screen before positioning it correctly).
qtip-modal-style [optional] [object] [default={}] Set inline style for the qTip. This should be a JS object that contains the JS-esque style properties (such as maxHeight: '100vh')
qtip-tip-style [optional] [object] [default={}] Set inline style for the qTip's tip. This should be a JS object that contains the JS-esque style properties (such as maxHeight: '100vh'), and may also contain tip specific implementations (such as mimic, and corner).
qtip-class [optional] [string] [default=''] Classes to use for the qTip, you can use these to style the qTip easier with CSS.
qtip-selector [optional] [string] [interpolated] CSS selector for element to use. When specified, the element found using the selector and jQuery will override any other content specified.
qtip-template [optional] [string] [interpolated] Remote template to use for qTip. When specified, the template will be used for the qTip content and will override any other content specified. Use in conjuction with qtip-template-object
qtip-template-object [optional] [anyObject] Will assign a model to the qTip template for use inside the template's content. You can reference this using {{object}} inside the template.
qtip-event [optional] [string] [interpolated] [default=mouseover] What event triggers the qTip to show up.
qtip-event-out [optional] [string] [interpolated] [default=mouseout] What event triggers the qTip to hide after being shown.
qtip-show [optional] [object] Object for the qtip 'show' option (see qTip docs). Will override qtip-event
qtip-hide [optional] [object] Object for the qtip 'hide' option (see qTip docs). Will override qtip-event-out
qtip-my [optional] [string] [interpolated] [default=bottom center] qTip bubble tip position relative to the qTip. "Put my tip at the qTip's..."
qtip-at [optional] [string] [interpolated] [default=top center] qTip bubble tip position relative to the qTip. "Put my tip at the qTip's..."
qtip-persistent [optional] [boolean] [default=true] If false, qTip will be re-rendered next time it is open.
qtip-options [optional] [object] Object for the entire qtip initializer. This will merge itself into the other options specified in this table, overriding any existing keys. This is to explicitly override any options that are not handled the way you expect within these options, or to use options that are not yet implemented.
qtip-api [optional] [object] Pass an empty reference object to this attribute to get back an "api" object (see below for api documentation)

API Object

access the api by adding a scope object to qtip-api

<span qtip="Hi!" qtip-api="tip"></span>

and then access it in your code:

$scope.tip.api().get("position.my")

Because of the way qtip2 works, the api won't be available until you first render it. This means that it won't be ready until the user showed it (hovered on the associated directive) or you've passed to the options {prerender: true} which will force qtip2 to render the qtip on page load.

the qtip-api object has 3 methods:

Examples

1. Regular qTip

<span qtip="Hi there, {{name}}!">{{name}}</span>

2. Immediately visible qTip

<span qtip="Woah!" qtip-visible="true">Keanu</span>

3. qTip from template, with multiple objects

<span qtip qtip-template="my_remote_template.html"
      qtip-template-object="{person: myPerson, callback: myCallback}">
    {{person.name}}
</span>
my_remote_template.html
<span ng-click="object.callback(person)">
    Hi {{object.person.name}}, you are {{object.person.age | pluralize:'year'}} old!
</span>

4. Dynamic qTip position

<ul>
    <li ng-repeat="person in people track by $index"
        qtip="{{$index}}"
        qtip-my="{{getQtipMy($index)}}"
        qtip-at="top {{$index > 15 ? 'center' : 'bottom'}}">
        {{person.name}}
    </li>
</ul>

Contributing

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Make the desired changes
  3. Test your implementations, and that nothing was broken
  4. To auto-compile JS from Coffee, copy pre-commit.hook to .git/hooks
  5. Commit & Push to your fork (auto-compile should do its magic during commit)
  6. Create a pull request

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