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Creating Touch-Enabled Slider with SwipeJS and jQuery

Image/Content Slider is one of the common components we find in a website. It is quite simple to create one with jQuery. Today though, with the increasing number of people who are using touch-enabled devices, we may have to rethink how we build it. Commonly, a slider is equipped with Next and Prev buttons to navigate the content, which works fine in a desktop computer. But, in touch devices, it would be better if the users were also able to slide-navigate with finger swipes. In this tutorial, you will learn how to build this using jQuery and SwipeJS.

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