Version: 1.24 (11/12/2014)
Tried in Firefox 9.0.1 / Mobile Safari (iOS 4 & 5) - Other tests to come
Special thanks to Ashley, Smitchell and Kyatric, for help and advices.
READ THE HELP FILE
Hi folks, here is my iScroll plugin.
iScroll is originally a project created by Matteo Spinelli.
You could find more informations about the project on his website - http://cubiq.org/iscroll-4
This iScroll plugin allows you to create an iOS native-like scrolling, in a frame or in fullscreen mode.
Be aware of that is more a plugin for Smartphones than for desktop browsers (there'll be probably bugs on desktop computers).
The plugin works essentially in modifying CSS attributes of HTML elements.
I tried to create something which will be accessible to the most users without knowledge of HTML language, but this allows you to do more customized things though.
Nevertheless, you'll need the color values/names for all color parameters.
A good reference for it is the w3schools.com website, you'll find informations about colors here : http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colors.asp
Considering the users feedbacks and my 'todo list', I'll try to add more options in order to get a fully control of customisation.
As usually, don't be afraid to report bugs, english mistakes, etc. but especially, don't be afraid to purpose ideas!
I'm actually writing the help file, but I decided to release the iScroll plugin without because I need feedbacks and I'm a little tired as well
I've worked on this plugin for more one month.
Finally, the plugin needs a plenty of parameters to be the most usefull it could be.
I had to think the way of adding actions differently because the action dialogs got too many things (I'm sure that some screen resolution wouldn't have been able
to access to all options :p).
Shortly : You add a line, set some basic parameters, set unique ID, and then you add some "addons" to it (image, border, etc.).
I'm aware that the eventsheet may being really overloaded but I'm pretty sure that this way makes iScroll easy to use...
All is controlled by the unique ID you set to the added line...
Well, let's try it. (in waiting for the help file, read the description, hopefully, without language mistakes :p)
Here's some example I did with this plugin.
some variations of the iScroll plugin options
some native-like webapps (tried an iOS 5 notification center)
quick test for game interface
Let me know about your project you'll do with iScroll, I will love to see how will you appropriate this.
Thanks for reading.