Tuesday, January 26, 2016

How i implemented drag and drop in my Angular App

Hi, Here i am using angular accordion list and codeformer's angular-drag drop to demonstrate the drag and drop feature.Please have a look at  angular-dragdrop and accordion before reading this post.I am using accordion list items as draggable items. I drag the each list item  and drop  into a square shaped droppable area.Here i am posting a screenshot. Here is the fiddle i have created for demo. I explain the fiddle's code in this post.First i go with the draggable list.Here is the code:
<div accordion="" ng-repeat="friend in friends">
          <div accordion-group="" class="accord" heading="{{friend.name}}" data-drag="true" data-jqyoui-options="{revert: 'invalid',helper:cloneHandler}" ng-model="friends" jqyoui-draggable="{index: {{$index}},placeholder:'keep',animate:true, onStart:onDragSuccessok(friend, $index)}"></div>
Here we have two divs one holds the accordion directive and the other have accordion-group directive.They are to generate the accordion list view. In either of these divs we can place our angular-drag drop directives. 1.the data-drag="true" makes the div element draggable. 2.In jqyoui-options revert:'invalid' restores the draggable item, when it is dragged away from its place. 3.The helper option is to customize the clone.So whats the clone? When we drag the draggable item, the clone of the draggable item will be extracted and moved.For that we have to explicitly specify the helper:'clone' option.If we want to customize the clone, we can write our own clone handler like this helper:cloneHandler. The cloneHandler is a function that returns a html template.We can see that in fiddle. 4.In jqyoui-draggable the placeholder option is to keep or remove the draggable element from its position after the clone is moved to droppable Area. In progress.....:P

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