A jQuery UI-powered coverflow component that takes advantage of CSS3 features
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The jQueryUI Coverflow project seeks to create a fully functional 'CoverFlow' effect using a combination of jQuery, jQuery UI components and CSS3 transforms.

Coverflow 2.2 (Preview) includes support for Webkit CSS3 reflections courtesy of Nicolas Bonnicci as well as support for jQuery 1.6.2 and jQuery UI 1.8.9. Cross-browser compatibility is also now in place.

General changes for this project:

Note: As of August, 2011 this project is being refactored. The underying coverflow component itself will largely remain unchanged, however I will be extending it to support more features and a tighter integration with features users are likely to user outside of the core coverflow itself.

Changes included in this release include improvements to the angular perspective often seen in coverflow implementations, changes to improve the 'stack' effect, updated to bring the overall coverflow viewport to focus on the 'current' cover (as per the iTunes implementation of the effect).

I also wanted to target releasing a CoverFlow project which would offer list support (eg. for playlists) and a good level of user interaction support. This release currently allows the use of keyboard navigation (both in the coverflow component, the slider and the list components) and also supports mousewheel navigation for the covers/sliders. 


Work copyright Addy Osmani & Paul Bakaus, 2008-2011.