Slider.js - JS framework for slider development

[25/11/2012] Customer Support Update

Hello everyone! I have an announcement to make regarding customer support. It has been a hard couple of months for me and I was unable to provide support due to lack of time, but that will change. I want to thank all of my customers and to apologize for not providing support.

In an effort to provide super fast, quality support and to save precious time I have purchased a ticket support system which I’m installing as I write this. It will be available soon at www.nikolaydyankovdesign.com/support and I encourage everyone to use it. The support forums at support.nikolaydyankovdesign.com will be taken down shortly after the new system is up and running.

Thanks to everyone again for their patience and tolerance, I really appreciate it!

Nikolay

If you need support for this product, please do not use the comments section! Use the support forum instead.

What is Slider.js?

99% of all sliders have the same functionality. And yet, as a web developer, how many times did you have to rewrite the same functions for every custom slider that had to be just a little bit different?

This is where Slider.js comes in. It’s a powerful JavaScript framework that enables you to build sliders, fast. It gives you a rock-solid foundation to build all kinds of sliders – standard, custom, complex, simple. If it’s a slider, Slider.js can do it.

Slider.js will do all of the dirty work for you, like:

  • logic
  • event handling
  • grid slicing
  • managing z-indexes
  • non-overlapping animations
  • will manage tons of information about the current state of the slider and pass it as an API

Did I mention it will even slice up the slides in a grid for you?

The 1% left for you to write is only the transition effects. It can be as simple as a fadeIn(), or you can go as nuts as you like. It’s up to you!

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