A module used to change the information of user action entered by various input devices such as touch screen or mouse into the logical virtual coordinates.
You can easily create a UI that responds to user actions.
- Get Started and Demos
- API documentation
- How to create an ui that responds to user actions using eg.axes
- How to create a custom InputType
Third party applications
- @egjs/react-axes: A react component that can easily use egjs-axes
Download and Installation
Download dist files from repo directly or install it via npm.
For development (Uncompressed)
You can download the uncompressed files for development
- Latest : https://naver.github.io/egjs-axes/release/latest/dist/axes.js
- Specific version : https://naver.github.io/egjs-axes/release/[VERSION]/dist/axes.js
For production (Compressed)
You can download the compressed files for production
- Latest : https://naver.github.io/egjs-axes/release/latest/dist/axes.min.js
- Specific version : https://naver.github.io/egjs-axes/release/[VERSION]/dist/axes.min.js
Packaged version (with Dependencies)
Packaged version is not an official distribution.
Is just to provide for ease use of 'egjs-axes' with dependency.
Installation with npm
The following command shows how to install egjs-axes using npm.
$ npm install @egjs/axes
The following are the supported browsers.
egjs-axes has the dependencies for the following libraries:
Edge swipe issue in iOS Safari
When swipe on iOS safari edge, clientX bounces or stops the touch event.
- When swiping from left to right, clientX is minus.
- Swiping from right to left stops the touch event.
In Axes, this was solved by forcing the
release event in this problem.
- hold -> change -> release(forced release)
How to start developing egjs-axes?
For anyone interested to develop egjs-axes, follow the instructions below.
1. Clone the repository
Clone the egjs-axes repository and install the dependency modules.
# Clone the repository. $ git clone https://github.com/naver/egjs-axes.git
2. Install dependencies
npm is supported.
# Install the dependency modules. $ npm install
Use npm script to build eg.Axes
# Run webpack-dev-server for development $ npm start # Build $ npm run build # Generate jsdoc $ npm run jsdoc
Two folders will be created after complete build is completed.
- dist folder: Includes the axes.js and axes.min.js files.
- doc folder: Includes API documentation. The home page for the documentation is doc/index.html.
To keep the same code style, we adopted TSLint to maintain our code quality.
$ npm run lint
Once you created a branch and done with development, you must perform a test running
npm run test command before you push code to a remote repository.
$ npm run test
If you find a bug, please report it to us using the Issues page on GitHub.
egjs-axes is released under the MIT license.
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