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A Number-Spinner based-on jQuery, Support Keyboard operations and continuous changing

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A Number-Spinner based-on jQuery, Support Keyboard operations and continuous changing
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Basic usage, it's very simple

<!-- // ref javascript file -->
<script src="dist/jquery.spinner.min.js"></script>

<!-- // spinner plugin DOM -->
<div data-trigger="spinner">
  <a href="javascript:;" data-spin="down">-</a>
  <input type="text" value="1" data-rule="quantity">
  <a href="javascript:;" data-spin="up">+</a>
</div>

In your web page:

<script src="jquery.js"></script>
<script src="dist/jquery.spinner.min.js"></script>
<script>
$("#spinner")
  .spinner('delay', 200) //delay in ms
  .spinner('changed', function(e, newVal, oldVal){
    //trigger lazed, depend on delay option.
  })
  .spinner('changing', function(e, newVal, oldVal){
    //trigger immediately
  });
</script>

<div data-trigger="spinner" id="spinner">
  <a href="javascript:;" data-spin="down">-</a>
  <input type="text" value="1" data-rule="quantity">
  <a href="javascript:;" data-spin="up">+</a>
</div>

Documentation

Spinner options

delay

delay to fire changed event in millisecond, default is 500.

changed

changed event handler, the changed event is a lazy-mode event, default is null.

changing

changing event handler, the changing event will be fired immediately, default is null.

Spinning Options(setup via data-api)

min

the minimum value, default is null.

max

the maximum value, default is null.

step

the changing-value of per-step.

precision

the precision of value

Built-in rules

  currency: {min: 0.00, max: null, step: 0.01, precision: 2},
  quantity: {min: 1, max: 999, step: 1, precision:0},
  percent:  {min: 1, max: 100, step: 1, precision:0},
  month:    {min: 1, max: 12, step: 1, precision:0},
  day:      {min: 1, max: 31, step: 1, precision:0},
  hour:     {min: 0, max: 23, step: 1, precision:0},
  minute:   {min: 1, max: 59, step: 1, precision:0},
  second:   {min: 1, max: 59, step: 1, precision:0}

Usage:

<input type="text" value="1" data-rule="quantity">

Examples

Work with twitter-bootstrap

<link href="dist/bootstrap-spinner.css" rel="stylesheet">

<div class="input-append spinner" data-trigger="spinner">
  <input type="text" value="1" data-rule="quantity">
  <div class="add-on">
    <a href="javascript:;" class="spin-up" data-spin="up"><i class="icon-sort-up"></i></a>
    <a href="javascript:;" class="spin-down" data-spin="down"><i class="icon-sort-down"></i></a>
  </div>
</div>

Customize

specify a field

<div data-trigger="spinner">
  <input type="text" value="0" title="this field isn't a spinning."/>
  <input type="text" value="1" data-spin="spinner" data-rule="quantity" data-max="10">
</div>

Use hidden field

<div data-trigger="spinner" id="spinner">
  <span id="spinner-value"></span>
  <input type="hidden" value="1" data-spin="spinner" data-rule="quantity" data-max="10">
  <a href="javascript:;" data-spin="down">-</a>
  <a href="javascript:;" data-spin="up">+</a>
</div>

<script>
  $("#spinner")
  .spinner('changing', function(e, newVal, oldVal){
    #('#spinner-value').html(newVal);
  });
</script>