The jQueryUI Coverflow project seeks to create a fully functional 'CoverFlow' effect using a combination of jQuery, jQuery UI components and CSS3 transforms.
#: git clone git://github.com/addyosmani/jqueryui-coverflow-ii.git
#: cd jqueryui-coverflow-ii
#: git pull origin master && git submodule update --init
Check out demo/index.html or tests/visual.html in your browser.
automatic event binding:
This coverflow effect binds to the following events on initialization:
- mobile swipe events
- keyboard selection (tabbed)
- add stacking property to options : 0 < x < 1
- multiple trigger support, defaults to focus and click
- removed center and recenter options (don't see a usecase here)
- add animation related options: duration + easing
jQuery 1.8 related:
- drop prefix testing
jQueryUI 1.9 related:
- add jQueryUI 1.9 bindings
- add destroy method (needs testing)
- allow orientation change by providing _init() (needs testing + custom event)
- use easier assignments (dropped props-Property)
- whitespacing - see jQueryUI code guidelines
- add: beforeselect event
- fix: move select event trigger - triggers after animation finished
- fix: animation stop - jump to end
- fix: currentIndex assignMent
- refactored internals to make the code DRY
- moved demo/lib related files
- fix itemscale
- cleanup dirs
- added jQueryui dist files
- added jshint (use
npm install -dand run
Copyright (c) 2008-2012 Paul Baukus, Addy Osmani, Sebastian Sauer Licensed under the MIT licenses.
In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using grunt.
Please don't edit files in the
dist subdirectory as they are generated via grunt. You'll find source code in the
While grunt can run the included unit tests via PhantomJS, this shouldn't be considered a substitute for the real thing. Please be sure to test the
test/*.html unit test file(s) in actual browsers.
- Test that grunt is installed globally by running
grunt --versionat the command-line.
- If grunt isn't installed globally, run
npm install -g gruntto install the latest version. You may need to run
sudo npm install -g grunt.
- From the root directory of this project, run
npm installto install the project's dependencies.
In order for the qunit task to work properly, PhantomJS must be installed and in the system PATH (if you can run "phantomjs" at the command line, this task should work).
Unfortunately, PhantomJS cannot be installed automatically via npm or grunt, so you need to install it yourself. There are a number of ways to install PhantomJS.
Note that the
phantomjs executable needs to be in the system
PATH for grunt to see it.