Light Weight Javascript Zoom Image Onclick Solution

In CSS Tutorial, Zoom Effects Dec 23, 2016
Zooming: Light Weight Javascript Zoom Image Onclick Solution

The Javascript is still great fun and works well where CSS isn’t.Today We will make Zoom Image effect onclick by using Javascript. But have you try Zoom effect before? Like may be Zoom effect Using Scale.

How’s, was your experience? You may be surprised that there is the much lighter version available which allow you to implement zoom effect on clicking the image easily. The solution we are talking about is javascript, but it’s just a 7kb file.

This is something interesting for you because you don’t need to write much of code. You just need to add a small file, and you are almost done.

Javascript Zoom Image Onclick

Over coding isn’t a good practice, and it’s a lot better to go with solutions that work and make sense of use it. Not only this but also have mobile friendly, right? Yes, it is built with mobile first in mind and give you smooth animations. The limitation still not end, it also offers intuitive gestures.

You may be thinking that we can easily do zoom by using CSS Zoom Property but what about the browser support? Yes, the browser support is a major issue we ever had. That’s why javascript work well where such thing happens, and when we have something in javascript in little size code, then it makes more impressive.

Zooming Javascript Zoom Image Onclick

A small file comes up with unlimited function. How unlimited? The file is just 7kb, but it provides a lot of impressive features which look like an unlimited feature.

Ok, let me tell you more options included in this script. It allows you to easily integrate with your website and enable you to customize easily. But wait, you may be thinking that what’s new and all the other jquery plugins provide such kind of feature.

The new in this script, it gives you control over the image to move in any direction by drag the picture for further zoom-in. That’s Isn’t Cool? If isn’t then how about the gestures like grayscale into color? I am sure you love it.

Two-speed control functions and Overlay background color make it more attractive.

Does this is something cool? What you think about it and let us know which zoom effect you prefer to used.

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