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  • Jacek Kurowski

    it’s possible to use html5 video?

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      Try it and see. 🙂 I’d guess it would work fine – let us know.

  • http://www.VisitAnyPlace.com/ Miguel Carrasco Q.

    providers:[ImageSearch] ? Are you using RC2 logic?

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      Yep.

      • http://www.VisitAnyPlace.com/ Miguel Carrasco Q.

        I see the repo, and the providers can be defined in src/app/app.module.ts according to https://github.com/driftyco/ionic/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#steps-to-upgrade-to-rc0 (step 8)

        • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

          … ok… and? I’m sorry – are you asking a question?

          • http://www.VisitAnyPlace.com/ Miguel Carrasco Q.

            I’m just pointing out. For those who are waiting for new releases (RCx) and see a tutorial like this, which has code from previous versions, can be confusing.

          • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

            Oh, ok, sure. Now it makes sense. 🙂

  • Anton

    Raymond, good day ! Is it possible in Ionic 2 zoom on image (pinch) ?

    • Aamir

      +1

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      Sorry – no idea on that. I assume you tried and it didn’t work?

      • Anton

        I didn’t find any default solution in Ionic2 how to zoom image by pinch.

    • Yann Braga

      Most of the custom features are not listed in ionic docs, but slider is actually a wrapper of swiper (http://idangero.us/swiper/api/#.WC4cbHUrLIU).
      I haven’t tried it myself, but there are two options you could use: (zoom: true) and (zoomToggle: true).

    • petrot

      I found the solution for a basic implementation: the original swiper class puts a zoom container div above the image. So my html looks like this (with ionic 2.0.0 stable):

      Unfortunately there is no way to add zoom options with this technique.

  • Yen Jacobs

    I enabled scrolling on the slides component with overflow-y: scroll. Is it possible to position the pager always to the bottom of the scroll view so it don’t overlaps other components?

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      I’d like to know that too. As I said in the article, I had some issues w/ the positioning.

      • Ralph Schaer

        It looks quite nice when you add a card around the slides.
        The pager is at the bottom of the card.

  • jack ode

    the ionic framework webiste menu nav doesn’t scroll up or down. im using an Ubuntu OS with chrome browser. please help out, i just wanna scroll through the APIs

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      You are reporting a website bug on this blog post?

  • Ruud

    Would be a bad idea to check on the data directly for enabling the slider?
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    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      That looks like a good improvement. I kinda like how mine is a bit more clear, but yours is simpler though.

  • Deb Narayan

    Just simply use pager=”true” inside your tag:

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      Wow – you didn’t read the post at all, did you? Seriously – I don’t mean to be rude, but read it again.

  • Parteek Sharma

    Hello Raymond, I find your articles very helpful, I am struggling with ion-slides. I actually want to show a little part of next ion-slide(when one in active state) instead of pager, but i’m not able to do that. It would be great if you help me out on that.
    Thank you in advance.

    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      You mean you want to change the dots to little previews/thumbnails?

      • Cristian Rodriguez

        Hi, I want the little previews, do you how to get them?

        • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

          Is it a feature of the component? Do what I’d do – check the docs. 🙂

  • faweff awef
    • http://www.raymondcamdencom/ Raymond Camden

      Is this a question?

  • Abdullah Feroz

    Forthe zoom issue the best possible solution is the following:

    https://www.npmjs.com/package/ionic-img-viewer