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This is not just Zepto but also tracks a custom build of zepto, and also exports out Zepto
$ MODULES="zepto event ajax form ie data stack" coffee make dist
this includes some modules that are not included in normal zepto like data and stack.
See zeptojs.com for an extended introduction, downloads and documentation.
Zepto.js is licensed under the terms of the MIT License.
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The official site offers a download of the default distribution of Zepto. This is good for starting out. However, at some point you might want to add some optional modules and remove some of the default ones you don't need, to keep the size at a minimum. That's when you need to check out Zepto's source code and use the build commands.
You will need Node.js installed on your system.
$ npm install $ npm run-script dist # do a custom build $ MODULES="zepto event data" npm run-script dist
The resulting files are:
If you install CoffeeScript globally, you can run
$ coffee make dist $ MODULES="zepto event data ..." ./make dist
Zepto modules are individual files in the "src/" directory.
|zepto||✔||Core module; contains most methods|
|event||✔||Event handling via
|ajax||✔||XMLHttpRequest and JSONP functionality|
|form||✔||Serialize & submit web forms|
|ie||✔||Support for Internet Explorer 10+ on the desktop and Windows Phone 8|
|assets||Experimental support for cleaning up iOS memory after removing image elements from the DOM.|
CSS extensions support for functionality such as
|touch||Fires tap– and swipe–related events on touch devices. This works with both `touch` (iOS, Android) and `pointer` events (Windows Phone).|
|gesture||Fires pinch gesture events on touch devices|
|ios3||String.prototype.trim and Array.prototype.reduce methods (if they are missing) for compatibility with iOS 3.x.|
Please read our contribution guidelines for information on how to contribute.
Get in touch:
You can use GitHub's web interface to make quick changes to documentation for specific Zepto features (example: ajaxSettings). This will submit a pull request to us that we can review.
You will need to install PhantomJS. On OS X, that's easy:
$ brew install phantomjs
To run the automated tests:
$ npm test
To run a test server, which you can hit with your browsers and devices:
$ npm start
http://your-ip-address:3000/ on your browser and follow the
instructions. For your convenience test failures and exceptions will be
reported to the the console you started the test server in (as well as
the browser console if available).