Most modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions
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Swiper - is the free and most modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions and amazing native behavior. It is intended to be used in mobile websites, mobile web apps, and mobile native/hybrid apps. Designed mostly for iOS, but also works great on latest Android, Windows Phone 8 and modern Desktop browsers

Swiper is not compatible with all platforms, it is a modern touch slider which is focused only on modern apps/platforms to bring the best experience and simplicity.

Getting Started

Dist / Build

On production use files (JS and CSS) only from dist/ folder, there will be the most stable versions, build/ folder is only for development purpose


Swiper uses gulp to build a development (build) and dist versions.

First you need to have gulp-cli which you should install globally.

$ npm install --global gulp

Then install all dependencies, in repo's root:

$ npm install

And build development version of Swiper:

$ gulp build

The result is available in build/ folder.


After you have made build:

$ gulp dist

Distributable version will available in dist/ folder.


All changes should be committed to src/ files. Swiper uses LESS for CSS compliations, and concatenated JS files (look at gulpfile.js for concat files order)

Swiper 2.x.x

If you still using Swiper 2.x.x or you need old browsers support, you may find it in Swiper2 Branch