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Working with long lists

Something cool is cooking up in our labs. It is a challenge presenting large amounts of data on mobile devices in a usable way. One of the things we’re struggling with is working with very long lists. Lots of data can make the interaction with mobiscroll slow, and it degrades the user experience. Another problem […]

Mobiscroll 2.0.2 released

We’re happy to announce the release of mobiscroll 2.0.2 with the following features and bugfixes. Changelog 2.0.2 Enhancements Core Added: animation time is now passed to the validation event (useful, if you want an action to happen only when the wheel stops moving) Added: wheel containers have now numbered classes: ‘dwwl0’, ‘dwwl1’, ‘dwwl2’ etc. to […]

Rating & Grading Mobile Scroller

We’re happy to announce the release of our Rating & Grading Scroller. It is packaged as a preset, and it will be the first in a series of Premium Mobiscroll Plugins. The new preset works perfectly along-side other mobiscroll presets and it supports every released skin. What does this mean for mobiscroll? This doesn’t change […]

Mobiscroll + Zepto.JS

Did you know that Mobiscroll works with Zepto.JS? What exactly is Zepto? Zepto is a minimalist JavaScript library for modern browsers with a largely jQuery-compatible API. If you use jQuery, you already know how to use Zepto. And it’s just 8.4KB (WOW!). For more info on Zepto go to their website and see if it […]

What we’ve been doing

There are a couple of things that keeps us busy. 1. Documentation We know that a product/development tool is as good as its documentation. So that’s why we are re-designing http://docs.mobiscroll.com making it easy for you to find what you’re looking for. We think that Mobiscroll deserves a better documentation. You’re going to notice changes […]

Mobiscroll 2.0.1 Released

With some time passed since the last release here are some bugfixes. Make sure to download the latest build and update your projects. The changelog for 2.0.1 Bugfixes Fixed: HTML5 min/max attributes propagated to other scrollers Fixed: jQuery Mobile 1.0 compatibility (Issue 95) Fixed: Using values like “1.0”, “2.0”, etc. on custom wheels caused incorrect […]

Mobiscroll and HTML5 Inputs

Form controls might not be that exciting, but we come across them every day. With the new HTML5 inputs specified in the W3C Working Draft, and browsers implementing it, working with dates and times got a whole lot easier. Starting from 2.0 Mobiscroll supports these input types. Even if there are only a few browsers […]

Hi RC3, 2.0 Final is just around the corner

We’re one step closer to the final release, but not there yet! Most of the readers were expecting the 2.0 final release, but we bumped into a few issues on the way and we learned one or two things. In RC2 some bugs were introduced that broke the clickpick mode, and some added features were […]

Mobiscroll 2.0 RC2 is out

With Mobiscroll 2.0 RC1 just released last week we’ve been busy fixing bugs, and making mobiscroll even more awesome. Here is a list of things that got fixed and changed since RC1. (Note: When updating from earlier versions to 2.0 RC2, don’t forget to always set the preset to whatever you’re using! If you’re building […]

jQuery Mobile theme integration

With 2.0 RC1 released we created a jQuery mobile theme. This is not just a static theme, but it changes based on your jQuery Mobile swatches. If you build applications using jQuery Mobile, you probably are familiar with the ThemeRoller. For the default setup we have used a combination of swatches for the control elements. […]