Any HTML Element Resize Event
Adds onresize event to any html element. It is tiny (about 800 bytes min + gzip) and dependency free.
*timer is used as a fallback for elements that can not have child nodes(images, inputs etc)
Just link source file in your html. Add onresize event listener to any element as you usually do. Plays well with jquery too. sandbox
Pull request is way to go. Uses coffeescript as js preprocessor so I'm expecting changes in any-resize-event.coffee file.
Uses gulp as task runner.
[sudo] npm istall
You are all set.
It works just everywhere:
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