Articles tagged 'slider'
November 9, 2011
This post was originally published in the Rambling Labs Blog on November 9, 2011.
In order to continue to add tests to the jQuery Rambling Slider, I needed to test something against the DOM. Problem is, you don’t count with the DOM when you’re running the Jasmine tests from console. So what should I do?
As expected, I found that there is a DOM emulator in node.js :D. Also, to test using jQuery I needed to download the corresponding node package. So I didn’t waste any time and went ahead to install them:
npm install -g jsdom npm install -g jquery
So now, I can write something like this in my
(($) -> $.fn.reverse = .reverse )(jQuery)
And test it on my
spec/jquery.plugins.spec.coffeewith something like...
October 23, 2011
This post was originally published in the Rambling Labs Blog on October 23, 2011.
Among the fixed issues:
- Some effects not working with the default settings.
- Flaky ‘boxRandom’ effect (some boxes not showing).
- Control Navigation not showing when styled to be outside of slider (negative margin and hidden overflow).
Let me know if you find any other issues. Major refactoring is up for next release.
UPDATE Version 0.1.2 was released.
October 22, 2011
This post was originally published in the Rambling Labs Blog on October 22, 2011.
A while ago I was looking for a good image slider jQuery plugin to use on a project, and Nivo Slider turned out to be the best candidate. I made some modifications for my needs at the moment and issued a pull request, but had no luck. I also said that if my pull request didn’t get accepted or took too long to be accepted, I would release it myself.
Guess what? I got tired of waiting, so here it is! I just uploaded my first stable release of the now called jQuery Rambling Slider. :)
October 1, 2011
This post was originally published in the Rambling Labs Blog on October 1, 2011.
A couple of days ago, I needed to add a slideshow to a project that I’m currently working on.
When I googled “jQuery Slider”, I found lots and lots of options. I checked some of them out one by one, and one by one I discarded them, because it lacked a feature I wanted or, if it had the feature, it lacked cool animations.
I finally settled up for the Nivo Slider. But it had an issue. It used the images as the current background for the slider, which then meant that the images had to be the same size.
That might be fine if you have someone that crops the images to the required size… But what if you’re doing a project where it’s the end users that are going...