tsparticles-preset-bubbles

tsParticles bubbles preset

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import tsparticlesPresetBubbles from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/tsparticles-preset-bubbles';
</script>

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tsParticles Bubbles Preset

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tsParticles preset for colored bubbles coming from the bottom of the screen on a white background.

Sample

demo

How to use it

CDN / Vanilla JS / jQuery

The first step is installing tsParticles following the instructions for vanilla javascript in the main project here

Once installed you need one more script to be included in your page (or you can download that from jsDelivr:

<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/tsparticles"></script>
<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/tsparticles-preset-bubbles"></script>

This script MUST be placed after the tsParticles one.

Bundle

A bundled script can also be used, this will include every needed plugin needed by the preset.

<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/tsparticles-preset-bubbles/dist/tsparticles.preset.bubbles.bundle.min.js"></script>

Usage

Once the scripts are loaded you can set up tsParticles like this:

loadBubblesPreset(tsParticles);

tsParticles.load("tsparticles", {
  preset: "bubbles",
});

Customization

Important ⚠️ You can override all the options defining the properties like in any standard tsParticles installation.

tsParticles.load("tsparticles", {
  particles: {
    shape: {
      type: "square",
    },
  },
  preset: "bubbles",
});

Like in the sample above, the circles will be replaced by squares.

React.js / Preact / Inferno

The syntax for React.js, Preact and Inferno is the same.

This sample uses the class component syntax, but you can use hooks as well (if the library supports it).

import Particles from "react-tsparticles";
import { Main } from "tsparticles";
import { loadBubblesPreset } from "tsparticles-preset-bubbles";

export class ParticlesContainer extends React.PureComponent<IProps> {
  // this customizes the component tsParticles installation
  customInit(main: Main) {
    // this adds the preset to tsParticles, you can safely use the
    loadBubblesPreset(main);
  }

  render() {
    const options = {
      preset: "bubbles",
    };

    return <Particles options={options} init={this.customInit} />;
  }
}

Vue (2.x and 3.x)

The syntax for Vue.js 2.x and 3.x is the same

<Particles id="tsparticles" :particlesInit="particlesInit" url="http://foo.bar/particles.json" />
function particlesInit(main: Main) {
  loadBubblesPreset(main);
}

Angular

<ng-particles
  [id]="id"
  [options]="particlesOptions"
  (particlesLoaded)="particlesLoaded($event)"
  (particlesInit)="particlesInit($event)"
></ng-particles>
function particlesInit(main: Main): void {
  loadBubblesPreset(main);
}

Svelte


<Particles
        id="tsparticles"
        url="http://foo.bar/particles.json"
        on:particlesInit="{onParticlesInit}"
/>
let onParticlesInit = (main) => {
  loadBubblesPreset(main);
};