already used yesterday on panda's landing for the upcoming ios application :) nice and simple!
That's great man, feel free to share it with me later, I can add it to the README. Also hit me up if you have any questions
Nice work Pedro, and that’s cool you’ve got some solid examples already in the wild.
Did you ask people to submit examples of their work using your library, or stumble upon them yourself?
All the examples were actually built by me. I decided to open source this after realising I kept using it, and always loved its simplicity.
Thanks for your comment! :D
Super nice! Who did those animated illustrations?
EDIT: Found them! Tony Babel on Dribbble
Hi Julian, Yes, Tony did them. They're amazing!
I will add a new slide item in there just to say thanks to him :)
Yeah! Beautiful idea to cover the whole page area yellow for the last slide.
Thanks! You inspired me :D
Nice! Thanks for the credit buddy!
This looks great. Simple slider that I'd probably use to present a handful of images on a sub page without making the page too long.
Like that you can install with bower, and the selection of installation methods. I wouldn't advise people to use git to install packages, simply because they might not bother to remove arbitrary files (e.g. .gitignore, demo files and alike).
That's a very good point, maybe I will replace the
git clonewith a link to the Downloads page.
Thanks so much!
No problem! Thanks for sharing the library.
And that's why there is git submodules ;)
shudders I've heard so many bad things about that. Would rather bower/npm it.
"I wouldn't advise people to use git to install packages, simply because they might not bother to remove arbitrary files (e.g. .gitignore, demo files and alike)."
You can ignore certain files in your releases using Git Attributes.
That's pretty cool, but aren't releases different from just cloning the master repo?
well with bower you could at least specify which files bower should pull from the repo, in that case only the dist files and maybe dev basics. I ended up including my demos for Paradeiser anyway as many people seem to have problems with following docs :/
Makes sense! I tend to use gulp with bower and extract the main files with it. Then the bower component can sit in the local project as simply reference.
Mind if I submit a pull request?
Go for it!