Source code for panel.layout.flex

from pathlib import Path

import param

from ..reactive import ReactiveHTML
from .base import ListLike

[docs]class FlexBox(ListLike, ReactiveHTML): """ The `FlexBox` is a list-like layout (unlike `GridSpec`) that wraps objects into a CSS flex container. It has a list-like API with methods to `append`, `extend`, `clear`, `insert`, `pop`, `remove` and `__setitem__`, which makes it possible to interactively update and modify the layout. It exposes all the CSS options for controlling the behavior and layout of the flex box. Reference: :Example: >>> pn.FlexBox( ... some_python_object, another_python_object, ..., ... the_last_python_object ... ) """ align_content = param.Selector(default='flex-start', objects=[ 'normal', 'flex-start', 'flex-end', 'center', 'space-between', 'space-around', 'space-evenly', 'stretch', 'start', 'end', 'baseline', 'first baseline', 'last baseline'], doc=""" Defines how a flex container's lines align when there is extra space in the cross-axis.""") align_items = param.Selector(default='flex-start', objects=[ 'stretch', 'flex-start', 'flex-end', 'center', 'baseline', 'first baseline', 'last baseline', 'start', 'end', 'self-start', 'self-end'], doc=""" Defines the default behavior for how flex items are laid out along the cross axis on the current line.""") flex_direction = param.Selector(default='row', objects=[ 'row', 'row-reverse', 'column', 'column-reverse'], doc=""" This establishes the main-axis, thus defining the direction flex items are placed in the flex container.""") flex_wrap = param.Selector(default='wrap', objects=[ 'nowrap', 'wrap', 'wrap-reverse'], doc=""" Whether and how to wrap items in the flex container.""") justify_content = param.Selector(default='flex-start', objects=[ 'flex-start', 'flex-end', 'center', 'space-between', 'space-around', 'space-evenly', 'start', 'end', 'left', 'right'], doc=""" Defines the alignment along the main axis.""") _template = (Path(__file__).parent / 'flexbox.html').read_text('utf-8') def __init__(self, *objects, **params): if 'sizing_mode' not in params: direction = params.get('flex_direction', self.flex_direction) if direction.startswith('row'): params['sizing_mode'] = 'stretch_width' else: params['sizing_mode'] = 'stretch_height' super().__init__(objects=list(objects), **params)
[docs] def select(self, selector=None): """ Iterates over the Viewable and any potential children in the applying the Selector. Arguments --------- selector: type or callable or None The selector allows selecting a subset of Viewables by declaring a type or callable function to filter by. Returns ------- viewables: list(Viewable) """ objects = super().select(selector) for obj in self: objects += return objects