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A simple vue-range slider, that supports custom values, labels and more2 min read

vue-custom-range-slider

This is a simple vue-range slider, that supports custom values, labels and more.
The component is based on use with v-model, the value is always a string, for supporting custom values.

Demo

See the slider in action, in this codesandbox

Installation

NPM

npm install –save vue-custom-range-slider

Yarn

yarn add vue-custom-range-slider

Usage examples

Usage like a native range slider

<template>
<div>
<custom-slider min=”10max=”50step=”2raising v-model=”slider” />
{{ slider }}
</div>
</template>

<script>
import CustomSlider from “vue-custom-range-slider”;
// import the styling, css or scss
import “vue-custom-range-slider/dist/vue-custom-range-slider.css”;

export default {
components: {
CustomSlider
},
data() {
return {
slider: “12”
};
}
};
</script>

Usage with custom values

<template>
<div>
<custom-slider :values=”sliderValuesraising v-model=”slider” />
{{ slider }}
</div>
</template>

<script>
import CustomSlider from “vue-custom-range-slider”;
// import the styling, css or scss
import “vue-custom-range-slider/dist/vue-custom-range-slider.css”;

export default {
components: {
CustomSlider
},
data() {
return {
slider: “a”,
sliderValues: [
{
label: “Not at all”,
value: “a”
},
{
label: “A tiny bit”,
value: “b”
},
{
label: “Its ok”,
value: “c”
},
{
label: “Its very good”,
value: “d”
},
{
label: “Its AMAZING!”,
value: “e”
}
]
};
}
};
</script>

Properties:

All properties are optional

Property
Description
Type
Default

values
Pass an array of custom values, with corresponding labels (overrides min/max)
array
[]

min
Sets the minimum value of the slider
string
‘0’

max
Sets the maximum value of the slider
string
‘100’

step
Sets the stepping interval
string
‘1’

hideLabel
Set, if you want to hide the label above the slider
boolean
false

raising
Set if you want a “raising” shape, like: ◁
boolean
false

Events

Name
Description
Type

change
Emits the current value on change
string

Styling

You can easily modify the look of the slider, by overriding the variables in the scss file.

// override variables like this:
$label-color: red;

// import the styling,
@import vue-custom-range-slider/dist/vue-custom-range-slider.scss;

All variables can be found in the scss file

Roadmap

Disabled properties
Name attributes for form handling
Better styling options

Contribution

If you have suggestions for improvements, dont hesitate to make an issue or pull request. 🙂

License

MIT

GitHub

View Github

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