Drag.Move.Inside 0.2

The Drag.Move.Inside class makes it easy to check if an element is inside another element while dragging one of the elements.



Details

Author
jnbdz
Current version
0.2
GitHub
jnbdz/Drag.Move.Inside
Downloads
1984
Category
Utilities
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Dependencies

  • _self_/_current_:
    • core/1.4: '*'
    • Element.inside/0.2
  • more:1.4.0.1/Drag/more: 1.4.0.1
  • more:1.4.0.1/Drag.Move/more: 1.4.0.1

How to use

Similar to Drag.Move, Drag.Move.Inside needs all of the same informations.

    new Drag.Move.Inside(document.id('drag'), {

        container: $$('#inside>div')[0],

        droppables: $$('#inside .drop'),

        onInside: function(element, droppable){
            droppable.setStyle('background', '#E79D35');
        },

        onLeaveInside: function(element, droppable){
            droppable.setStyle('background', '#6B7B95');
        },

        onDrop: function(element, droppable){
            if (droppable) droppable.setStyle('background', '#C17878');
        }

    });

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