- Interface Focused
If given the choice between easy to use and powerful, ease of use is the greater goal.
View the website for more details and demos.
Uranium requires ZERO programming on your part.
...designed for executing logic or site functions
But I need to do x/y/z functions that Uranium doesn't handle !
gem install fusion cd build rake
You need to go through all of the test cases in the /examples/index.html file and make sure that all the interactions still work. Of course, if you've added functionality, or a new interaction, you need to make a test example for your new cases as well and make sure those pass. It should be an example file that can be shown on the website.
Fork Uranium. Build your interaction. Issue a Pull Request. Revel in glory.
TODO: Information on how the code base should be structured, conventions, etc...
To get the examples running locally, start the jekyll server with:
jekyll serve --watch
In a separate terminal process, run
sass --watch examples/scss:_examples/css --line-comments --compass
on the stylesheets folder to compile your Sass files.
You will be able to navigate to localhost:4000 to see the examples running in your browser.
You'll need to generate a .html file demonstrating the use of your new interaction. It goes in the examples folder, and should do the following things
- Provide documentation of all the attributes, CSS, and JS required to make the interaction go.
- At least one example of how the interaction can be used.
If there are two versions of jQuery on a page, Uranium will break. To avoid this, try to only use 1 instance of jQuery. If that is not possible, you will need to use jQuery.noConflict() on both instances.
Uranium is an ongoing project and we're constantly looking to add useful features (that are within the scope of the ideals above).
Additional features to current interactions:
- Carousel: "Stop autoscroll" button
- Carousel: Auto-populate clones on infinite scroll when container is larger than actual items
- Geocode: Entering zipcode should find address
- Toggler: Pass height for CSS animation tie-ins
- Validation interaction for form inputs
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