OWL Carousel
Stable Version 1.0.0 (OutSystems 8)
Published on 30 October 2014 by 
Created on 30 October 2014
Touch enabled jQuery plugin that lets you create a beautiful responsive carousel slider.
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Touch enabled jQuery plugin that lets you create a beautiful responsive carousel slider.
Fully Customisable
Over 60 options. Easy for novice users and even more powerful for advanced developers.
Touch and Drag Support
Designed specially to boost mobile browsing experience. Mouse drag works great on desktop too!
Fully Responsive
Almost all options are responsive and include very intuitive breakpoints settings.
Modern Browsers
Owl uses hardware acceleration with CSS3 Translate3d transitions. Its fast and works like a charm!
Zombie Browsers
CSS2 falback supported for older browser.
Modules and Plugins
Owl Carousel supports plugin modular structure. Therefore, you can dettach plugins that you wont use on project or create new ones that fit your needs
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Components, UI & Widgets, Mobile Plugins
Support Options
This component is not supported by OutSystems. You may use the discussion forums to leave suggestions or obtain best-effort support from the community, including from Miguel Vicente who created this component.
OWL Carousel has no dependencies.
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OWL Carousel has no consumers.
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