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Twitter Bootstrap without jQuery

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Bootstrap without jQuery

** Note: This is no longer maintained. For a more up-to-date version please take a look at bootstrap.native

Introduction

A lightweight script to replace jQuery for simple interactions when using Twitter Bootstrap.

Bootstrap requires jQuery for some components such as dropdowns, alerts and the little "hamburger" icon that triggers a collapsible menu. While jQuery is an excellent cross-browser framework, it can be overkill if it's only used for displaying and hiding things. Of course, if a project already uses jQuery then there's no problem, but if not here's a script to replace jQuery and some of the Bootstrap plugin scripts. Using this should reduce download size and speed up loading time for your users.

Coverage

Bootstrap 2 and 3

  • Collapsible elements (e.g. "hamburger" menu icon)
  • Dismissable alert boxes
  • Dropdown menus

Demo

You can see the script in action in these simple demos: - Bootstrap 3 demo - Bootstrap 2 demo

Dependencies

Browser support

Bootstrap 2 version so far tested in the following browsers. (Bootstrap 3 testing is on the todo list)

Works

  • Android 2.3
  • Android 4.1
  • Chrome 26
  • Firefox 20
  • Firefox Mobile 20
  • Internet Explorer 8, 9 & 10
  • iOS 3
  • Kindle 3
  • Opera 12.15
  • Opera Mini 7.5
  • Opera Mobile 12.10

Doesn't work

  • Nintendo DS/DSi
  • Nintendo Wii

Notes

  • Alert close is intermittent in Android 2.3
  • In Chrome,
    onblur
    doesn't fire when attached to
    button
    elements. This affects the dropdown menus so please use
    a
    elements instead for these.

I'd really appreciate a quick comment on whether it works in your browser or not.

License

Licensed under the MIT license.

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