TA-Foodtrucks - Predefined CSS

Starting with TA-Foodtrucks is very easy because you can use the predefined classes. Learn more about how to use these classes.

Having a closer look at the basic example you might recognize the usage of some non Tailwind CSS class names. These classes are used to define some basics to get TA-Foodtrucks running. If you use the Tailwind CSS Plugin everything is done for you. Here is a list of all defined classes and what they are for.

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Only functional definitions are defined in these classes. You can style your food truck dates as you wish.

Classes

ta-foodtrucks

ta-foodtrucks is used to define some basic stuff and default CSS properties. Use this class on the base level of your component - the same level as your directives.

Example

<div
    class="ta-foodtrucks rounded-lg border border-gray-50 shadow-xl px-4 py-4 mb-8"
    x-data="taFoodtrucks()"
    x-init="init()"
    x-cloak
    data-endpoint="https://api.craftplaces.com/api/v1/dip/location/twodays"
> 
    <!-- CONTENT -->
</div>

ta-foodtrucks-loading

ta-foodtrucks-loading and ta-foodtrucks-loading-out are used to define the nice loading animation before the Craftplaces API delivers some data.

Example

<div
    class="ta-foodtrucks rounded-lg border border-gray-50 shadow-xl px-4 py-4 mb-8"
    x-data="taFoodtrucks()"
    x-init="init()"
    x-cloak
    data-endpoint="https://api.craftplaces.com/api/v1/dip/location/twodays"
> 
    <!-- CONTENT -->
    <div
        class="ta-foodtrucks-loading bg-white text-gray-400"
        :class="{'ta-foodtrucks-loading-out': initialized}"
        x-show="loading"
    >
        <!-- LOADING ANIMATION -->
    </div>
    <!-- CONTENT -->
</div>

ta-foodtrucks-error

ta-foodtrucks-error is used to style the error message if there is no data from the Craftplaces API.

Example

<div
    class="ta-foodtrucks rounded-lg border border-gray-50 shadow-xl px-4 py-4 mb-8"
    x-data="taFoodtrucks()"
    x-init="init()"
    x-cloak
    data-endpoint="https://api.craftplaces.com/api/v1/dip/location/twodays"
> 
    <!-- CONTENT -->
    <div class="ta-foodtrucks-error" x-show="!has_dates || error">
        Sorry, no dates available at the moment...
    </div>
    <!-- CONTENT -->
</div>

ta-foodtrucks-logo

ta-foodtrucks-logoand ta-foodtrucks-logo-image are used to style the nice vendor logo in the list of food truck dates.

Example

<div
    class="ta-foodtrucks rounded-lg border border-gray-50 shadow-xl px-4 py-4 mb-8"
    x-data="taFoodtrucks()"
    x-init="init()"
    x-cloak
    data-endpoint="https://api.craftplaces.com/api/v1/dip/location/twodays"
> 
    <!-- CONTENT -->
    <template x-for="(item, index) in dates" :key="item.id" x-if="has_dates">
        <div class="flex flex-col sm:flex-row items-center justify-between border-b-2 border-dashed border-gray-100 last:border-b-0 py-8 px-4">
            <div class="ta-foodtrucks-logo rounded-full w-24 h-24 border border-gray-200 shadow-md sm:mr-8">
                <img :src="item.logo.url.local" alt="Logo Foodtruck John Doe" class="ta-foodtrucks-logo-image" />
            </div>
            <!-- CONTENT -->            
        </div>
    </template>
    <!-- CONTENT -->
</div>

ta-foodtrucks-details

ta-foodtrucks-details is used as a wrapper for the details of every food truck date.

Example

<div
    class="ta-foodtrucks rounded-lg border border-gray-50 shadow-xl px-4 py-4 mb-8"
    x-data="taFoodtrucks()"
    x-init="init()"
    x-cloak
    data-endpoint="https://api.craftplaces.com/api/v1/dip/location/twodays"
> 
    <!-- CONTENT -->
    <template x-for="(item, index) in dates" :key="item.id" x-if="has_dates">
        <div class="flex flex-col sm:flex-row items-center justify-between border-b-2 border-dashed border-gray-100 last:border-b-0 py-8 px-4">
            <!-- CONTENT -->
            <div class="ta-foodtrucks-details leading-tight">
                <div class="text-base text-secondary-600 font-bold">
                    <span x-text="getWeekday(index, true)"></span>,
                    <span x-text="getDay(index)"></span>
                </div>
                <!-- CONTENT -->
            </div>
        </div>
    </template>
    <!-- CONTENT -->
</div>

Hide with x-cloak

In some HTML tags in the basic structure you might have seen an attribute called x-cloak. This attribute will be removed after Alpine JS has done it’s magic. So with this information you could implement a very easy “hide-before-init” functionality without any issue. Here is a very common way to get this benefit.

/* your css styles */
[x-cloak] {
    display: none;
}
<div
    class="ta-foodtrucks rounded-lg border border-gray-50 shadow-xl px-4 py-4 mb-8"
    x-data="taFoodtrucks()"
    x-init="init()"
    x-cloak
    data-endpoint="https://api.craftplaces.com/api/v1/dip/location/twodays"
>   
    <!-- CONTENT -->
</div>
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