Quick and easy product tours with Twitter Bootstrap Popovers
Tourconstructor now accept a
templateattribute thus the
labels.*attribute has been removed.
Tournow emits an
skip(step)event when skipping a step because the element is not visible.
prev()return promise that is resolved when the popover is shown and that all callbacks have been executed
Tourlevel) returns a promise (see $.Deferred()), Bootstrap-tour will wait until the completition of the promise(s) before displaying the popover
- Persistence option
onShowncallbacks now have a second argument
api | popover | reflex
Event.element: the current step element (
onShowEvent does not provides the
element attribute useonShown` instead)
addStepnow accept a function as
Tourconstructor now accept
addClassstring attribute, the specified css class will then be added to the popover element
- the popover element now have an automatically added
reflexmode, leave the same css pointer as it was.
- Don't create unnecessary $() objects
- Remove event handlers after each step when
onShowncallbacks at the step level should not override
onShownat the tour level
npm install bootstrap-tour2
v0.1.0 - Initial commit
Copyright (c) 2013 FG Ribreau Licensed under the MIT, GPL licenses.
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