The ngTouch module with the
$swipe service and the
ngSwipeRight directives are deprecated. Instead, stand-alone libraries for touch handling and gesture interaction should be used, for example HammerJS (which is also used by Angular).
First, get the file:
npm install --save [email protected]or
yarn add [email protected]
bower install angular-touch#X.Y.Z
where X.Y.Z is the AngularJS version you are running.
angular-touch.js in your HTML:
<script src="path/to/angular.js"></script> <script src="path/to/angular-touch.js"></script>
Finally, load the module in your application by adding it as a dependent module:
With that you're ready to get started!
ngTouch module provides helpers for touch-enabled devices. The implementation is based on jQuery Mobile touch event handling (jquerymobile.com). *
$swipe for usage.
Specify custom behavior when an element is swiped to the left on a touchscreen device. A leftward swipe is a quick, right-to-left slide of the finger. Though ngSwipeLeft is designed for touch-based devices, it will work with a mouse click and drag too.
Specify custom behavior when an element is swiped to the right on a touchscreen device. A rightward swipe is a quick, left-to-right slide of the finger. Though ngSwipeRight is designed for touch-based devices, it will work with a mouse click and drag too.
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