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    dragend JS – a touch ready, full responsive, content swipe script
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    2012-09-09, [Tobias Otte]

    DESCRIPTION

    dragend.js is a touch ready, fully responsive, content swipe script. It has no dependencies but it can, doesn't have to, be used as a jQuery plugin.

    The current version is 0.2.0 release candidate 3

    Demos

    Features

    • horizontal and vertical swiping
    • mobile and desktop ready
    • lightweight (2.9KB gzipped)
    • keyboard navigation
    • fullscreen or boxed
    • contend scribe (Sometimes you need to indicate to the user that there is more content to see. Especially on mobile devices. One easy approach to this problem is to show a bit of the next page)
    • resize adjustment
    • overscroll
    • fully responsive

    Browser support

    • Firefox 3.5+
    • Chrome 4+
    • IE 8+ (8 and 9 need hammer JS and jQuery)
    • Safari 4+
    • Safari on iOS 5+
    • Android 2+

    How to

    <div id="demo">
      <div class="dragend-page"></div>
      <div class="dragend-page"></div>
    </div>
    

    with jQuery

    $("#demo").dragend(options);
    

    without jQuery

    new Dragend(document.getElementById("demo"), options);
    

    update and jump to page

    You can call the dragend method a second time to trigger some actions. When you want to go to a page when you click on a link you could do something like this:

    $("#container").dragend();
    
    $("#my-link").on("click", function() {
       $("#container").dragend({
        scrollToPage: 2
      });
    });
    

    instead of scrollToPage you can use jumpToPage to get to a page without a animation. Or

    $("#container").dragend("left");
    

    to swipe left or right.

    destroy

    Call the destroy method to unbind the events and reset the styles

    var instance =  new Dragend();
    instance.destroy();
    

    Options

    • pageClass: classname selector for all elments that should provide a page
    • direction: "horizontal" or "vertical"
    • minDragDistance: minuimum distance (in pixel) the user has to drag to trigger swip
    • page: Number of page to load on start
    • scribe: pixel value for a possible scribe
    • onSwipeStart: callback function before the animation
    • onSwipeEnd: callback function after the animation
    • onDrag: callback on drag
    • onDragEnd: callback on dragend
    • afterInitialize:
    • borderBetweenPages: if you need space between pages add a pixel value
    • duration
    • hammerSettings
    • preventDrag: if want to prevent user interactions and only swipe manualy
    • disableScroll: prevent scroll on mobile version

    CHANGELOG

    • 2013-1-17 0.2.0_rc3 release

      Changes:

      • removed hammer as dependency
      • fixed several bugs
    • 2013-09-30 0.2.0_rc2 release

      Changes:

      • better cross browser css transition support
      • moved jumpToPage and scrollToPage to public instance methodes
      • callbacks are now called in the instace context
      • better initalisation handling with module loaders
    • 2013-06-14 0.2.0_rc1 release

      Changes:

      • remove jQuery dependency
      • add responsive support
    • 2013-06-14 0.1.3 release

      Changes:

      • fixed bug when adding new pages and updating the instance
      • add simple demo
    • 2013-05-25 0.1.2 release

      Changes:

      • fixed some bugs in Firefox
      • added callbacks for onDrag and onDragEnd
      • added borderBetweenPages option
      • switch overflow-y from scroll to auto
    • 2013-05-02 0.1.1 release

    • 2013-04-21 0.1.0 release

    • 2012-09-9 0.1.0 beta release

    • 2012-08-12 0.1.0 alpha release

    • 2012-08-04 Creation

    LICENCE

    Copyright (c) 2012 Tobias Otte

    Licensed under MIT License:

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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