AMP

amp-action-macro

Creates reusable actions.

Required Scripts

<script async custom-element="amp-action-macro" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-action-macro-0.1.js"></script>

The amp-action-macro component allows for the creation of reusable actions.

Usage

amp-action-macro creates AMP action macros that you can reuse as needed. Each action macro needs an id and an action to execute. You can call the action macro by its id and pass it arguments that alter its behavior.

Example

<amp-action-macro
  id="closeNavigations"
  execute="AMP.setState({nav1: 'close', nav2: 'close})"
></amp-action-macro>
<button on="tap:closeNavigations.execute()">Close all</button>
<div on="tap:closeNavigations.execute()">Close all</div>
<!--
  You can provide arguments in the macro.
-->
<amp-carousel id="carousel" ...>...</amp-carousel>

<amp-action-macro
  id="carousel-macro"
  execute="carousel.goToSlide(index=foo), carousel.goToSlide(index=bar)"
  arguments="foo, bar"
></amp-action-macro>
<button on="tap:carousel-macro.execute(foo=1, bar=2)">
  Go to slide 1 then 2
</button>

Attributes

id

Used to uniquely identify the action. This id is referenced in an action invocation.

execute

The action to invoke. Any valid amp action is allowed here.

<amp-action-macro
  id="navigate-action"
  execute="AMP.navigateTo('http://www.ampproject.org')"
></amp-action-macro>

<amp-action-macro
  id="refresh-amp-list"
  execute="ampList.refresh()"
></amp-action-macro>
<amp-list id="ampList" src="...">...</amp-list>

<button on="tap:navigate-action"></button>

<button on="tap:refresh-amp-list"></button>

arguments

Used to define arguments that can be used in the called invocation and substituted in the amp action macro call.

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