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jQuery and JavaScript Phrasebook by Brad Dayley

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Changing Pages with Swipe Event Handlers

$("#image").on("swipe", function(){   . . . swipe code here . . . }); $("#pageTwo").on("swipeleft", function(){   $.mobile.changePage("#page3", {transition:"slide"}); }); $("#pageTwo").on("swiperight", function(){   $.mobile.changePage("#page1", {transition:"slide", reverse:true}); });

The second method is to use the use the $.mobile.changePage(URL, options) function call, where the URL is the link location. Table 14.3 shows the available options for the .changePage() call.

The following is an example of adding a swipeleft event handler to load a remote web page when the user left-swipes the page on the device. Notice that a transition of "slide" is used, and the reverse ...

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