Dynamic Tree View With Checkboxes – Treejs

Category: Javascript | September 5, 2018
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Dynamic Tree View With Checkboxes – Treejs

Description:

A lightweight tree view plugin that displays hierarchical data in a collapsible, selectable tree structure with checkboxes.

How to use it:

Installation.

# Yarn
$ yarn add @widgetjs/tree
# NPM
$ npm install @widgetjs/tree --save

Import the Treejs.

import Tree from '@widgetjs/tree';

Or load the compiled JavaScript ‘tree.min.js’ in the document.

<script src="/dist/tree.min.js"></script>

Prepare your hierarchical data.

let data = [{ 
    "id": "1", 
    "text": 
    "node-1", 
    "children": [{ 
      "id": "1-1", 
      "text": "node-1-1", 
      "children": [{ 
        "id": "1-1-1", 
        "text": "node-1-1-1" }, { 
        "id": "1-1-2", 
        "text": "node-1-1-2" }, 
      }] 
    }]
}]

Create a new tree instance and specify the target element in which the tree view will render.

let tree = new Tree('.container', {
    // root data
    data: [{ id: '0', text: 'root', children: data }],
    loaded: function () {
      // pre-selected nodes
      this.values = ['1-1-1', '1-1-2'];
      // output selected nodes and values
      console.log(this.selectedNodes)
      console.log(this.values)
      // disabled nodes
      this.disables = ['1-1-1', '1-1-1', '1-1-2']
    }
    
})

You can also load hierarchical data from external data sources via AJAX.

let tree = new Tree('.container', {
    url: '/path/to/data.json',
    values: [],
    disables: [],
    method: 'GET'
})

Callback functions available.

let tree = new Tree('.container', {
    beforeLoad: null,
    loaded: null
})

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3 thoughts on “Dynamic Tree View With Checkboxes – Treejs

  1. Phạm Văn Kiên

    I using “Dynamic Tree View With Checkboxes – Treejs”. How do i get lable checkbox checked?

    Reply
  2. Driss

    I tested it with classes but it only applies to the first element and not all elements with same class

    Reply

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