June 24, 2015
// Initialize a colorpicker like this.
// Try this to get access to the actual colorpicker instance.
var box = $('#box').data("plugin_tinycolorpicker");
// Now you have access to all the methods and properties.
// You can bind to the change event like this.
console.log("do something whhen a new color is set");
Created by Maarten Baijs
** HELP MAINTAINER NEEDED!! **
In order to build tinycolorpicker, you need to have Node.js/npm, and git 1.7 or later installed.
First, clone a copy of the main tinycolorpicker git repo by running:
git clone git://github.com/wieringen/tinycolorpicker.git
Install the grunt-cli package so that you will have the correct version of grunt available from any project that needs it. This should be done as a global install:
npm install -g grunt-cli
Enter the tinycolorpicker directory and install the Node dependencies, this time without specifying a global install:
cd tinycolorpicker && npm install
Make sure you have
grunt installed by testing:
Then, to get a complete, minified (w/ Uglify.js), linted (w/ JSHint) version of tinycolorpicker, type the following:
The built version of tinycolorpicker will be put in the
dist/ subdirectory, along with the minified copy and associated map file.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.Tiny Colorpicker
To install using Bower
bower install tinycolorpicker
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