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ngx-page-click v1.0.5

Angular module to detect page events outside your wrapped component. Flexible and easy, how it should be ⇢

NGX Page Click

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ngx-page-click in action

Angular module to detect page events outside your wrapped component. Flexible and easy, how it should be ⇢

Why a module to handle click outside the element?

The idea of this component is make the process flexible, transparent and easier. So the main point is integrate this component with other components, such as:

  • Slide menu;
  • Modals elements in the page;
  • Wizards;
  • Anything else. Use your imagination 😉

It's totally transparent for you and you can integrate easier in your application, improving your user experience 🎉


Try out our demo on Stackblitz!


You can get it on NPM installing ngx-page-click module as a project dependency.

npm install ngx-page-click --save


You'll need to add NgxPageClickModule to your application module. So that, the <ngx-page-click> components will be accessible in your application.

import { NgxPageClickModule } from 'ngx-page-click';
  declarations: [
  imports: [
  providers: [],
  bootstrap: [YourAppComponent]

export class YourAppComponent {}

After that, you can use the component in your templates, passing the configuration data into the component itself.

  • ngx-page-click: Handle the user clicks when it clicks outside your wrapped component;
<div class="item">
    <div><p>Content goes here</p></div>


Run demo locally

  1. This project uses Angular CLI as base. That means you just need to run npm start and access the link http://localhost:4200 in your browser

Run tests

  1. Run npm test for run tests. In case you want to test using watch, please use npm run tdd


this project is using np package to publish, which makes things straightforward. EX: np <patch|minor|major> --contents=dist/ngx-page-click

For more details, please check np package on


For any type of contribution, please follow the instructions in and read files.


Wilson Mendes (willmendesneto)

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