Image Slider With 17 Cool Transitions – vue-flux

Image Slider With 17 Cool Transitions – vue-flux

This is an image slider developed with Vuejs 2 which comes with 17 cool transitions out of the box.

Overview

This is an image slider developed with Vuejs 2 which comes with 20 cool transitions out of the box.

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Demo

You can view a demo here.

Features

Feature Description
Responsive The slider and the images are adapted to container to fill it always
Compatibility Supported by all major browsers
Expandable You can add your custom transitions very easily
Customization Total customizable to suit most needs
Gestures Mobile friendly by gestures
Functionality You can use arrow keys to navigate. Switch to full screen
Parallax It includes a parallax component very easy to set up

Quickstart

npm install --save vue-flux
<vue-flux
   :options="fluxOptions"
   :images="fluxImages"
   :transitions="fluxTransitions"
   ref="slider">
      <flux-pagination slot="pagination"></flux-pagination>
</vue-flux>

<button @click="$refs.slider.showImage('next')">NEXT</button>
import { VueFlux, FluxPagination, Transitions } from 'vue-flux';

export default {
   components: {
      VueFlux,
      FluxPagination
   },

   data: () => ({
      fluxOptions: {
         autoplay: true
      },
      fluxImages: [ 'URL1', 'URL2', 'URL3' ],
      fluxTransitions: {
         transitionBook: Transitions.transitionBook
      }
   })
}

Performance

Weight is just 97KB so is pretty light having only the essential CSS. It also does not require a high end computer as animations are performed with CSS3 hardware acceleration.

Included transitions

2D transitions

  • Fade: fades from one image to next.
  • Kenburn: fades, zoom and moves current image to next.
  • Swipe: swipes the image to display next like uncovered with a curtain.
  • Slide: slides the image horizontally revealing the next.
  • Waterfall: divides the image in bars and drops them down in turns.
  • Zip: divides the image in bars and slides them up and down alternately like a zip.
  • Blinds 2D: divides the image in vertical bars that blinds and fades out.
  • Blocks 1: the image is splited in blocks that shrink and fade out randomly.
  • Blocks 2: the image is splited in blocks that shrink and fade out in wave from a corner to the opposite.
  • Concentric: a concentric effect is performed by rotating the image converted into circles.
  • Warp: a concentric effect is performed by rotating the image converted into circles in alternate direction.
  • Camera: from outside to inside the image is being cropped like in a camera lens.

3D transitions

  • Cube: turns the image to a side like if place in a cube.
  • Book: makes the effect of turning a page to display next image.
  • Fall: the image falls in front displaying next image.
  • Wave: makes the image 3D and divides it in slices that turn vertically to display the next image.
  • Blinds 3D: divides the image in vertical bars that blinds 180 deg to form the next image.
  • Round 1: the image is splited in blocks that turn 180 deg horizontally to form next image.
  • Round 2: panels start to round vertically revealing the next image in upper arrow form leaving trail.
  • Explode: the image starts to explode from the center to outside.

Parallax

<flux-parallax src="slides/1.jpg" height="300px" offset="80%" type="relative">
   <div>CONTENT</div>
</flux-parallax>

Troubleshooting

If you find yourself running into issues during installation or running the slider, please check our Wiki. If still needs help open an issue. We would be happy to discuss how they can be solved.

Documentation

You can view the full documentation at the project's Wiki with examples and detailed information.

Changelog

Check the Changelog for update info.

Inspiration

This slider was inspired by Flux Slider.

Contributing

Contributions, questions and comments are all welcome and encouraged.

Do not hesitate to send me your own transitions to add them to the slider.

Github Repository

Tags: #VueJs