Jul 3, 2018

Material Color Picker Plus

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Material Color Picker is a jQuery plugin that allows you to get colorwells used by the Android operating system inspired by Google Material Design, fully responsive and mobile ready.

Color Pickers

Full Feature List:

  • Ready to use with Bootstrap 3.x
  • Material Design
  • Fully customizable
    • Custom Colors
    • 10+ Color Format: rgb | rgba | hex | hexa | hsl | hsla | hsv | hsb | hwb | cmyk
    • Parsing Alpha Channel / Transparency
    • Color Picker Appearance: Width | height | swatch diameter | Columns
    • Color Picker Title
    • Custom Buttonbar with Custom Revocation Actions
    • Two Screen Modes: Normal | modal
    • Different placement options: bottom left | bottom right | top left | top-right
    • Delay open and close timers
    • Custom Settings to close the color picker, such as:

      • Close when you select a color
      • Close when you press the ESC key
      • Close when you click outside
    • Revoked to trigger custom actions

      • Callback function on initialization
      • Callback function on opening
      • Callback function for color selection
      • Callback function on closing
      • Callback function on cancellation
    • Full online documentation with up to 20+ usage examples
    • A basic sample file included in package
  • Set options using data- attributes
  • HTML5 / CSS3 / jQuery
  • Mobile-friendly
  • Source files and distribution files ready for use in your project
  • External Files:

    • Robot font, using Google Fonts
    • Material Icons Font, by Google Fonts
    • jQuery


Version 1.0.0 – 2017-07-10

 ## [Version 1.0.0] - 2017-07-10
- First release


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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