Just yesterday I mentioned a set of Phonegap beginner tutorials that cover many of the basics of developing an application with the Phonegap framework – what was how to create an interface that can can respond to more advanced touch gestures.
Last week I mentioned an open source library created to enable touch gesture responsive UITableViewCell’s like in the popular Clear app.
Today I came across an that makes a great example for anyone looking to program gesture responses using HTML5 (great example if you’re using a framework like Phonegap).
Here’s a video of the code in action:
This example was created by Evan You, and can be found on Github here.
You can test out the example on your iPhone through Evan’s site.
100% of the functionality found in the tableviews of the Clear app are not implemented but quite a bit of it is and it is a great example of how to respond to gestures and perform transforms using Webkit.
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