vue-filters-kit

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A collection of useful custom filters for Vue.js(v2.x.x) apps.

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Vue-Filters-Kit

A collection of useful custom filters for Vue.js(v2.x.x) apps.

Demo

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This demo uses Bootstrap.css for styling. But you should know that no stylesheets are needed for using these filters in your webapps.

Filters

For now, vue-filters-kit contains 4 custom filters.

  1. Boolean Formatter - converts boolean values into human-readable texts, eg: true-->YES, 0-->Disabled.
  2. Byte Formatter - converts bytes to kilobytes or megabytes or gigabytes or terabytes, eg: 1000000-->976.56K.
  3. Percentage Formatter - converts numbers into percentage, eg: 0.1567-->15.67%.
  4. Timestamp Formatter - converts timestamps into human-readable time, eg: 1456989887000-->Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

Getting Started

  1. Install via npm:

    npm install vue-filters-kit --save
    
  2. Register these filters in your Vue.js app:

    const App = new Vue({
        el: '#app',
        // register filters
        filters: {
            booleanFormat: require('vue-filters-kit/filters/booleanFormatter'),
            percentageFormat: require('vue-filters-kit/filters/percentageFormatter'),
            byteFormat: require('vue-filters-kit/filters/byteFormatter'),
            timestampFormat: require('vue-filters-kit/filters/timestampFormatter')
        }
    });
    

Usage

Boolean Formatter

{{ rawValue | booleanFormat([trueText], [falseText]) }}

[trueText]
is the text that will show if rawValue equals to true.

[falseText]
is the text that will show if rawValue equals to false.

For example:

{{ isActive | booleanFormat('Yes', 'No') }}

If

isActive
equals to true, the rendered html will be:
Yes

Else if

isActive
equals to false, the result will will be:
No

By default,

[trueText]
is 'Yes' and
[falseText]
is 'No'.

Byte Formatter

{{ rawValue | byteFormat }}

rawValue
is a number whose unit is byte.

For example:

{{ size | byteFormat }}

If

size
equals to 1000000, the rendered html will be:
976.56 K

Percentage Formatter

{{ rawValue | percentageFormat([digit]) }}

[digit]
is the number of digits to keep after decimal.

For example:

{{ ratio | percentageFormat(4) }}
{{ ratio | percentageFormat(2) }}

If

ratio
equals to 0.15666666, the rendered html will be:
15.6667%
15.67%

By default,

[digit]
is 2.

Timestamp Formatter

Timestamp Formatter depends on Moment.js. Make sure you have installed Moment.js via NPM.

{{ rawValue | timestampFormat([format]) }}

rawValue
is a timestamp in milliseconds.

[format]
is the format of the output time string.

For example:

{{ startTime | timestampFormat('YYYY/MM/DD') }}

If

startTime
equals to 1456989887000, the rendered html will be:
2016/03/03

By default,

[format]
is 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss'. You can see more about
[format]
in Moment.js Documentation.

License

MIT

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