sp-dialog-base

Examples API

Attributes and Properties #

Property Attribute Type Default Description
dir dir 'ltr' | 'rtl' 'ltr'
dismissable dismissable boolean false
mode mode 'fullscreen' | 'fullscreenTakeover' | undefined
open open boolean false
responsive responsive boolean false When set to true, fills screens smaller than 350px high and 400px wide with the full dialog.
underlay underlay boolean false

Slots #

Name Description
default slot A Dialog element to display.

Events #

Name Type Description
close Event Announces that the dialog has been closed.

Description #

sp-dialog-base accepts slotted dialog content (often an <sp-dialog>) and presents that content in a container that is animated into place when toggling the open attribute. In concert with the Overlay API or Overlay Trigger, the provided dialog content will be displayed over the rest of the page. Leverage the interaction = modal and receivesFocus = 'auto' settings in the Overlay API to ensure that focus is thrown into the dialog content when opened and that the tab order will be trapped within it while open.

Usage #

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yarn add @spectrum-web-components/dialog

Import the side effectful registration of <sp-dialog-base> via:

import '@spectrum-web-components/dialog/sp-dialog-base.js';

When looking to leverage the DialogBase base class as a type and/or for extension purposes, do so via:

import { DialogBase } from '@spectrum-web-components/dialog';

Example #

<overlay-trigger type="modal" placement="none">
<sp-dialog-base underlay slot="click-content">
<sp-dialog size="s">
<h2 slot="heading">A thing is about to happen</h2>
<p>Something that might happen a lot is about to happen.</p>
<p>
The click events for the "OK" button are bound to the story not
to the components in specific.
</p>
<sp-button
variant="secondary"
treatment="fill"
slot="button"
onclick="this.dispatchEvent(new Event('close', { bubbles: true, composed: true }));"
>

Ok
</sp-button>
<sp-checkbox slot="footer">Don't show me this again</sp-checkbox>
</sp-dialog>
</sp-dialog-base>
<sp-button slot="trigger" variant="primary">Toggle Dialog</sp-button>
</overlay-trigger>

Dialog #

sp-dialog-base expects a single slotted child element to play the role of the dialog that it will deliver within your application. When leveraging it as a base class be sure to customize the dialog getter to ensure that it acquires the appropriate element for your use case in order to correctly pass focus into your content when the dialog is opened.