dextop

is a window manager running in your browser

Example

Try Codepen demo, or

  1. Clone this repo.
  2. Install deps: npm install.
  3. Start dev server: npm start.

Usage

Start with an empty div in your HTML, for example

<div id="my-dextop-window"></div>

To import DextopWindow choose your favourite syntax among:

Create a dextop window instance, add some content.

const myDiv = document.querySelector('#my-dextop-window')

const dextopWin = new DextopWindow(myDiv, { width: 400, height: 200 })

dextopWin.content.innerHTML = `
<p>My content<p>
`

First constructor argument is a DOM element, second argument is an object to provide the following options:

name default
width 400
height 300
color 'rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1)'
top 0
left 0
border 1
resizerSize 35
toolbarHeight 28

The content attribute holds a div with class dextop-content, you can optionally style it with a CSS like the following.

.dextop-content {
  overflow: auto;

  /* Disable text selection */
  -webkit-user-select: none;
     -moz-user-select: none;
      -ms-user-select: none;
          user-select: none;

  /* Disable dragging */
  -webkit-user-drag: none;
          user-drag: none;
}

Class DextopWindow inherits from EventEmitter, it is possible to listen to events like in the following snippet.

dextop.on('move', ({ top, left }) => {
  console.log('updated position', left, top)
})

The following events are emitted:

name data
move { top, left }
resize { link, linkId }

License

MIT