Changelog

Before you start

In order to use Changelog you must first have our JS snippet on your pages. You can learn more about the integration process by clicking below:

You must also configure your changelog, you can do so by clicking here.

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Using changelog

Once your changelog settings are in order and the snippet has been added to your pages you can proceed to integrate it in your application.

AlpinaJSChangelog({
// you can find the path in the settings
path: 'alpinachangelog',
// this is the button that
// will open and close the changelog dropdown
trigger: '#triggerButton',
// (optional) you can also use the offset parameter
// to tweak the dropdown positioning on the page
offset: [10, 5],
// (optional) you can add some hooks to know when
// the changelog dropdown has been opened / closed
hooks: {
onOpen: () => {
// changelog has been opened
},
onClose: () => {
// changelog has been closed
},
}
});

That's it! Now your changelog will appear whenever the trigger button is pressed.