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Using the open source script PhotoSwipe, you'll learn how to add a gesture-based, fully interactive image gallery into your mobile website that replicates the "native" photo application bundled with iOS devices. Ste Brennan also gives a quick rundown of the events that are made available by mobile browsers A common requirement for many websites is a simple and intuitive way for visitors to browse and navigate around images. Indeed, there are literally hundreds of scripts available out there that achieve this. This requirement is also true for mobile websites. However, many solutions out there are tailored for the desktop rather than mobile devices. Features such as using your finger to "swipe" through images and using multi-touch gestures to zoom and rotate images are missing. Mobile users are used to browsing their photo library with the built-in applications that come bundled with their device’s operating system and it's only fair therefore, that mobile website developers to try and replicate this intuitive experience for visitors. PhotoSwipe (developed by Code Computerlove) makes adding this functionality simple. Inspired by the built-in iOS photo viewer application and Google Images for mobile, PhotoSwipe is ...


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