iwebkit

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  1. tomalex0

    tomalex0 New Member

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    Hi
    im new to iwebkit , i have downloaded iwebkit 4 and tried to run.
    But i didnt seen the slide and other effects similar to that in iphone, how can i introduce a slide effect when a link or a form is submitted via ahax request,
    can anyone help me about this.
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    killermole23 New Member

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    Animations are not included in iWebKit, you'll have to code them yourself using javascript.

    If you don't/can't do that, I recommend trying JQtouch. It has many animations built in, and are easy to use.

    http://www.jqtouch.com/
  3. tomalex0

    tomalex0 New Member

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    Hi

    Hi,

    I have tried jqtouch , but i find iwebkit little more friendly, do u have any simple code to make a sliding effects for div
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    SiXAXiS Banned

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    jQTouch is f***in slick.
  5. StevenFX

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    Come on, dude. Read the documentation for each. I started this morning and already have a decent application put together. This isn't rocket science.

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