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Hammer.js integration with AngularJS
* Inspired by AngularJS' implementation of "click dblclick mousedown..."
* This ties in the Hammer events to attributes like:
* hm-tap="add_something()"
* hm-swipe="remove_something()"
* and also has support for Hammer options with:
* hm-tap-opts="{hold: false}"
* or any other of the "hm-event" listed underneath.
angular.forEach('hmTap:tap hmDoubletap:doubletap hmHold:hold hmTransformstart:transformstart hmTransform:transform hmTransforend:transformend hmDragstart:dragstart hmDrag:drag hmDragend:dragend hmSwipe:swipe hmRelease:release'.split(' '), function(name) {
var directive = name.split(':');
var directiveName = directive[0];
var eventName = directive[1];
['$parse', function($parse) {
return function(scope, element, attr) {
var fn = $parse(attr[directiveName]);
var opts = $parse(attr[directiveName + 'Opts'])(scope, {});
element.hammer(opts).bind(eventName, function(event) {
scope.$apply(function() {
console.log("Doing stuff", event);
fn(scope, {$event: event});
somewhere near the bottom of the page:
<!-- Hammer JS for multi-touch events -->
<script src="static/js/libs/hammer.js"></script>
<script src="static/js/libs/jquery.hammer.js"></script>
<!-- AngularJS libs -->
<script src="static/js/libs/angular/angular-1.0.1.min.js"></script>

Could I use this to enable touch-drag/drop of items in a (ng-repeat) list ? If so, could you give me an example?


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