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Vue.js

Learn how to get started with the PhotoEditor SDK and Vue.js and how to swiftly integrate the SDK into an Vue application with this Quick Start.

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Getting Started with Vue.js

PhotoEditor SDK Vue.js wrapper

The source code of the plugin can be found here.

🔧 Installation#

yarn add vue-pesdk photoeditorsdk react react-dom

photoeditorsdk, react and react-dom are peerDependencies and are needed to render the PhotoEditorSdk Ui. In addition you need the PhotoEditorSDK assets. You can either get them here or copy it from your node_modules into your public asset folder. And set the assetPath prop to this folder.

If you scaffold your project with Vue CLI you can just cp the asset folder from node_modules.

cp -r node_modules/photoeditorsdk/assets/ ~/projects/your-project/static/

👈 Usage#

Import the PhotoEditorSDK css styles and the vue-sdk component.

<template>
  <PhotoEditor asset-path="/static" license="{"owner": '...}"
  image-path="/static/example.jpg" />
</template>

<script>
  import 'photoeditorsdk/css/PhotoEditorSDK.UI.DesktopUI.min.css';
  import 'photoeditorsdk/css/PhotoEditorSDK.UI.ReactUI.min.css';
  import PhotoEditor from 'vue-pesdk';

  export default {
    components: { PhotoEditor },
  };
</script>

📒 Props#

propdefaulttyperequireddescription
ui'react'StringnoSelect if you want to use the DesktopUi or ReactUi. Supported values are react and desktop.
license''StringyesYour PhotoEditorSdk license
imagePath''StringyesPath to the image that will be rendered initially
assetPath'static'StringnoPath to your assets. Where the PhotoEditorSdk assets are stored
assetResolverStringnoA function that gets called for every asset. Can turn an asset path into another path. Useful for stuff like Rails’ asset pipeline.
editorOptionsObjectnoExtended configuration options for the editor object https://docs.photoeditorsdk.com/guides/web/v4/introduction/configuration
optionsObjectnoExtended configuration options https://docs.photoeditorsdk.com/guides/web/v4/introduction/configuration

Getting Started#

The idea behind this wrapper is to simplify the usage of the PhotoEditorSDK inside Vue. We try to minimize the configuration and maximize the possibilities. Because of that you have only 3 important and required props, license, imagePath and assetPath to get the editor running.

You have however to either download or copy the PhotoEditorSDk assets to your public asset folder. You can either get them here or copy it from your node_modules.

If you need more configuration possibilites, you can pass all the mentioned options to the editorOptions or options prop.

Furthermore, the editor instance is saved as a Vue Instance Property so you can access the editor instance inside your parent component with this.$pesdk after the editor is mounted.

📺 Examples#

Basic Example#

<template>
  <PhotoEditor
    asset-path="/assets"
    :license="PesdkLicense"
    image-path="/assets/example.jpg"
  />
</template>

<script>
  import PhotoEditor from 'vue-pesdk';
  import PesdkLicense from './myLicense'; // Needs to be passed as a string

  export default {
    components: { PhotoEditor },
  };
</script>

Listen to Events#

You can listen to various events in the PhotoEditorSdk You can simply attach an .on() event to the editor instance.

<template>
  <PhotoEditor
    asset-path="/assets"
    :license="$options.license"
    image-path="/assets/example.jpg"
  />
</template>

<script>
  import PhotoEditor from 'vue-pesdk';
  import PesdkLicense from './myLicense.json';

  export default {
    components: { PhotoEditor },
    license: JSON.strigify(PesdkLicense), // This is optional way to store non-reactive data in vue.
    mounted() {
      this.$pesdk.on('export', result => {
        console.log('User clicked export, resulting image / dataurl:');
        console.log(result);
      });
    },
  };
</script>

Specifying which focus modes are available#

Like mentioned earlier you can pass in all configuration options like here: https://docs.photoeditorsdk.com/guides/web/v4/features/focus

<template>
  <PhotoEditor
    asset-path="/assets"
    :license="$options.license"
    :editorOptions="customOptions"
    :options="{logLevel: 'tracce'}"
    image-path="/assets/example.jpg"
  />
</template>

<script>
  import PhotoEditor from 'vue-pesdk';
  import PesdkLicense from './myLicense.json';

  export default {
    components: { PhotoEditor },
    license: JSON.strigify(PesdkLicense), // This is optional.
    data: () => ({
      customOptions: {
        controlsOptions: {
          focus: {
            availableModes: ['radial', 'mirrored', 'linear', 'gaussian'],
          },
        },
      },
    }),
  };
</script>