For those who wanted a vertical swiping feature to the the swipe gesture gallery that I created earlier, this post has a new demo and minimal explanation about a vertical swipe gesture gallery. Now you can swipe the images up or down.
I will not go through the basics once again as I have explained them in details in my previous posts. You can refer them once again in these two tutorials – post 1, post 2. Check out the demo below. Open the link in a webkit browser in either your mobile device or your computer.
This is another update to the regular swipe gesture gallery that I created in two of my earlier post – post1, post2. This time I have implemented the looping feature for the images. The gallery never ends, instead you swipe it in a circular motion. So, whenever you reach the end of the list, swipe again from right to left across your device’s screen to see the first image and also when you reach the beginning of the list you swipe from left to right of your device’s screen to see the last image again. Try out the demo first and you will get a feel of it. Check out the demo in a webkit desktop browser (Chrome, Safari) or an iOS/Android device’s browser. Click on any image to open a URL as well. So, click/tap to open URL is included.
But, still to support different device screen sizes you will need to make changes to the CSS or the asset (images) sizes. The demo that I have worked on, I have considered the iPhone resolution – 320 x 416.