9 Sep 2011 2:23 PM #11
12 Sep 2011 2:42 PM #12
13 Sep 2011 10:37 PM #13
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- Palo Alto, California
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Are any of you coming to the conference / in the bay area? Would be great to meet up and talk over stuff like this, we'd love to help out if we can (aside from fixing that ancient bug of course - our bad :/)
23 Oct 2011 3:05 PM #14
I'm at senchacon! w00t!
I've got a new version of this plugin about ready to publish but it's still plagued by a couple issues, I'd love to discuss them in more detail if you've got some time this week
9 Dec 2011 12:52 AM #15
Thanks for your great pinching example App! That helps me alot...
Do you have a new version of your plugin, maybe with a fix for the pinch center issue?
9 Dec 2011 7:09 AM #16
Not sure if everyone saw this, but there is an updated version on github:
I talked to themightchris at senchacon, and he said he will be putting it in the sencha app store or whatever it is going to be called. But for now, check github
9 Dec 2011 3:40 PM #17
Thanks bjudson, the latest version of the components are on GitHub but there is an entry in the Sencha market too: http://market.sencha.com/addon/jarvu...-pinchcarousel
I'll publish releases from GitHub to the market, so github is the best place to follow.
The current code on both includes a workaround for the pinch-center issue where the image will automatically "snap" back to center positioning and 1.0 scale when you zoom out to within a small range of 1.0
Ultimately I'd like to reproduce what some native apps do, where the image smoothly slides back to center as you approach scale=1.0. I don't have my head wrapper around the math for that right now, contributions welcome
11 Dec 2011 10:49 AM #18
Thanks for the reply.
For a very nice pinch-zoom implementation, including the math, you may want to take a look at iScroll 4. The guy got the zoom to bounce back (and forth) when the contents are too small or too big. I think this is a nice start for you...
In any case, I'd be very happy to receive S2 soon. If I was at Sencha, I'd have probably pushed built-in pinch/zoom functionality in S2... This would just fix so much problems for the developers.
14 Dec 2011 8:29 AM #19
Thanks for your reply and for this great fix!
Can I just use the imageViewer without the pinchCarousel? I don't need it, because I want to show just one image in a panel.
15 Dec 2011 11:00 AM #20