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Use this plugin to add scrolling to touch enabled web pages. It is compatible with jQuery 1.7.0+ and passes JSLint.

Code style is as presented in Single Page Web Applications - JavaScript end-to-end which is available from Amazon and directly from Manning. The standard was last updated in December 2016.

Browser Support

Works with iOS5+ (Stock browser) and Android 3.2+ (Chrome) and of course all modern desktop browsers (IE9+ and later version of Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.

IE9 may require edge settings in the head section:

  <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />


Basic use

  $(function (){
    var scroll_obj = $.makeDragScrollObj({ _$scroll_box_ : $( 'body' ) });
    $( 'body' )
      .on( 'udragend',   scroll_obj._onendHandler_   )
      .on( 'udragmove',  scroll_obj._onmoveHandler_  )
      .on( 'udragstart', scroll_obj._onstartHandler_ )

Option _prop_key_

Set this property to determine how the drag event propagates.

`_stop_now_`: Prevent default behavior and stop drag event from
  propagating immediately.
'_stop_all_': Prevent default behavior and stop drag event from
'_stop_default_': Prevent default behavior.
default : Does not affect event behavior.

Option _do_scroll_x_

Support x scrolling. Default false.

Option _do_scroll_y_

Support y scrolling. Default true.

Option _drag_ratio_

Affects scroll "friction." Default is 0.001.

Option _on_stop_fn_

Function executed when scrolling stops. The function receives the _$scroll_box_ as the argument.

Release Notes

Copyright (c)

2015-2017 Michael S. Mikowski (mike[dot]mikowski[at]gmail[dotcom])


Dual licensed under the MIT or GPL Version 2

Version 0.9.0

First public npm release.

Version 0.9.1

Added the _on_stop_fn_ callback which is fired after scroll animation stops.

Version 0.9.3

Updated docs.

Version 1.0.0

Added support for the body element, update docs, README, and demo.


If you want to help out, like all jQuery plugins this is hosted at GitHub. Any improvements or suggestions are welcome! You can reach me at mike[dot]mikowski[at]gmail[dotcom].

If you are considering replacing jQuery with a "framwork", please consider if you really want an SPA framework.