In this chapter, we have learned about slider plugins prepared for responsive sites such as the Elastislide, FlexSlider, ResponsiveSlides, Swiper, and Slicebox. We have also learned how to build them, their advantages, and effect characteristics. Although many of these slider plugins have already implemented gesture touches, as we saw in this chapter, we have also shown you how to incorporate touch functions by using the QuoJS and Hammer libraries.
In the next chapter, we will see how to deal with tables in small width devices. We will see how to implement each technique that has often been used, such as horizontal scrolling, reducing visible columns, and converting into stack table.