v-ons-speed-dial

component that displays a Material Design Speed Dialog component. It is useful when there are more than one primary action that can be performed in a page. The Speed dial looks like a <v-ons-fab> component but will expand a menu when tapped.

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Props

Name Type Default Value Description
direction String Specify the direction the items are displayed. Possible values are “up”, “down”, “left” and “right”. Optional.
disabled Boolean Specify if button should be disabled. Optional.
modifier String The appearance of the component. Optional.
open Boolean If exists, the inner items will be shown accordingly. Must be modified on update:open event. Optional.
position String

Specify the vertical and horizontal position of the component. I.e. to display it in the top right corner specify “right top”. Choose from “right”, “left”, “top” and “bottom”.

Optional.
ripple Boolean If this attribute is defined, the button will have a ripple effect when tapped. Optional.
visible Boolean Specify the visibility of the component. Optional.

Events Summary

Name Description
open Fired when the menu items are shown.
close Fired when the menu items are hidden.
update:open Fired right after user interaction. Useful to update open prop.
click Normal click event. Useful to modify the component default action (toggle items).

Events

open

Fired when the menu items are shown.

Parameters
Name Type Description

close

Fired when the menu items are hidden.

Parameters
Name Type Description

update:open

Fired right after user interaction. Useful to update open prop.

Parameters
Name Type Description
event Number New value for open prop.

click

Normal click event. Useful to modify the component default action (toggle items).

Parameters
Name Type Description
event Object Event object.
event.preventDefault Function Avoids the default behavior.

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