What is Zepto?
Who uses Zepto?
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by members of with Zepto in their tech stack.
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Zepto in their tech stack.
- zepto - Core module
- contains most methods
- event - Event handling via on() & off()
- ajax - XMLHttpRequest and JSONP functionality
- form - Serialize & submit web forms
- ie - Add support for Internet Explorer 10+ on desktop and Windows Phone 8.
- detect - Provides $.os and $.browser information
- fx - The animate() method
- fx_methods - Animated show, hide, toggle, and fade*() methods.
- assets - Experimental support for cleaning up iOS memory after removing image elements from the DOM.
- data - A full-blown data() method, capable of storing arbitrary objects in memory.
- deferred - Provides $.Deferred promises API. Depends on the "callbacks" module.
- When included, $.ajax() supports a promise interface for chaining callbacks.
- callbacks - Provides $.Callbacks for use in "deferred" module.
- selector - Experimental jQuery CSS extensions support for functionality such as $('div:first') and el.is(':visible').
- 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
- stack - Provides andSelf & end() chaining methods
- ios3 - String.prototype.trim and Array.prototype.reduce methods (if they are missing) for compatibility with iOS 3.x.