How to use Hammer.js with Angular.js.
For further information regarding hammer.js, please read our documentation. Contributions. Feel encouraged to report issues or submit pull requests. When you're ready to do either, read our contribution guidelines. If you're looking for another form of contribution, we love help answering questions on our slack channel. License. MIT. Show Readme. History. 1k. Apr 7, 2016. 500. Jun 6, 2015.
Angular version 2 also provides support for Hammer.JS, about the same we will look into this post. Let's say we want to design a simple box, which we can rotate in any direction as shown. Here we are trying to rotate the box in any direction by using Gesture events. To perform rotation we need to use two fingers. Let's see how we can implement the same in Ionic. Let's create a blank.
None of these films were or are considered the best of Hammer. I have 2 in this set that are personal favorites. The Gorgon (1964) is the only one that has the team of Cushing, Lee, and Fisher at work doing what they all did best. The story was treated as a poetic horror with Barbara Shelley stealing the film from the others. She is a wonderful actress and more than able to hold her own with.
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Hammer.js 2.0.6. Support, Questions, and Collaboration. Documentation. Visit hammerjs.github.io for detailed documentation.hammerjs.github.io for detailed documentation.
For Satellite 6.2. Hammer is a command-line tool provided with Red Hat Satellite 6. You can use Hammer to configure and manage a Red Hat Satellite Server through either CLI commands or automation in shell scripts. The following cheat sheet provides a condensed overview of essential Hammer commands. See the Hammer CLI Guide for more information on Hammer. General information--help: Display.
Best Practices for Building Angular.js Apps Burke Holland had a fantastic post explaining how Angular loads an application and comparing the merits of browserify vs require.js in an Angular app. I’ve worked with Angular on quite a few apps at this point, and have seen many different ways to structure them. I’m writing a book on architecting Angular apps right now with the MEAN stack and as.