You can set the
animation attribute on
ons-sliding-item, which will make the animation the same on all platforms. Take a look at https://onsen.io/v2/api/js/ons-splitter-side.html#attributes
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RE: Onsen UI 2 - ons-sliding-menu is now ons-splitter ?
You can set the
RE: <PullHook/> Web Components - Unable to preventDefault inside passive event listener invocation
Thanks for posting this. Recently we changed a lot of event listeners to be passive for performance reasons. The Chrome blog has a good post on passive event listeners if you’re interested.
One side effect is that we can’t use
preventDefaultinside those listeners. We must have missed this one. It won’t affect your app, but it’s not nice to see errors in the console. I have created a GitHub issue to track it.
RE: Onsen UI on WAMP
If you want to build apps for Android and iOS, then you do not need WAMP at all. Onsen UI and Monaca will provide you with everything you need!
Follow the Monaca CLI tutorial on how to get a project set up. When you are setting up the project using the CLI, you can choose the Onsen UI Angular 2 template. That should help get you started!
RE: Help with transition in vue-onsenui-kitchensink
It’s a bit hard to figure out what exactly might be causing your issue without being able to see the app itself. Could you reproduce the issue on https://onsen.io/playground/ and share a Codepen here?
RE: background image in <ons-page>
Are you missing a
-from your class name? There should be two after
page, like this:
If it still doesn’t work after that, I would recommend looking in your browser’s developer tools to see if the image definitely exists. Remember that URLs in a CSS file are relative to the CSS file itself, not the page it is included in. So maybe it should be more like
RE: Using Onsen in Production with Angular 1 and Cordova
Yes, you can safely remove the unminified files (and any other files you are not using) from your builds. Your included JS files look fine, I do not see anything missing there.
$compileProvider.debugInfoEnabled(false), it should work with Onsen UI. If it doesn’t, there may be a bug with one of the components which prevents it from working. If you know which component exactly is causing it, please do file an issue at https://github.com/OnsenUI/OnsenUI/issues and we’ll do our best to fix it!
RE: OnsenUI React + jQuery Touch Punch conflict.
@Paweł-Wojtaszko There is currently a compatibility issue with some drag-related libs. Check this topic for more info https://community.onsen.io/topic/2989/unable-to-disable-ons-splitter-side-gesture-detector