Angular Mobile Frame
Angular Mobile Frame gives you a set of HTML-elements for building a typical mobile webiste — including top- and bottom-bar and an off-canvas-navigation-area.
To use Angular Mobile Frame include angular.js, dist/js/angular-mobile-frame-x.x.x.min.js and dist/css/angular-mobile-frame-x.x.x.css in your site. Then write the following in your JS-script:
ek.mobileFrame injects the component. Inside the
config-method the height for top- and bottom-bar and the width of the off-canvas-navigation-area are set.
When this is done, you can use the Mobile-Frame-element-set inside your HTML:
The rendered DOM looks like this …
Angular Mobile Frame takes care of setting the correct height to the top-bar, the bottom-bar and the content-area. Also it sets the width of the off-canvas-navigation-area and toggles it, when the button is tapped.
If you have routing and want angular to take care of displaying the content, just add the
ng-view-attribute to the
mobile-content-element. That's it!
Scrolling inside the content-area.
In the component's CSS I added
-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch. That's rather nice but unfortunately it doesn't guarantee a correct scrolling behaviour on some mobile devices. If you want to ensure, that only the content area is scrolling and not the whole site, you have to include a custom solution like iScroll.
In the moment I'm not planning to include custom scrolling into this component.
Me in teh interwebs:
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