By: Prem Tiwari | Last Updated:
The ClockPicker was designed for Bootstrap in the beginning. So Bootstrap (and jQuery) is the only dependency(s).
Since it only used .popover and some of the .btn styles of Bootstrap, I picked these styles to build a jQuery plugin. Feel free to use jquery-* files instead of bootstrap-*, for the non-bootstrap project.
All major browsers are supported, including IE 9+. It should look and behave well enough in IE 8
Both desktop and mobile device are supported. It also works great in the touchscreen device.
Files need to be included in your code
│ ├── bootstrap-clockpicker.css # full code for bootstrap
│ ├── bootstrap-clockpicker.js
│ ├── bootstrap-clockpicker.min.css # compiled and minified files for bootstrap
│ ├── bootstrap-clockpicker.min.js
│ ├── jquery-clockpicker.css # full code for jquery
│ ├── jquery-clockpicker.js
│ ├── jquery-clockpicker.min.css # compiled and minified files for jquery
│ └── jquery-clockpicker.min.js
└── src/ # source code
└── standalone.css # some styles picked from bootstrap
Prem Tiwari is the founder of FreeWebMentor.com and also a professional developer who has vast experience in PHP and open source technologies. Apart from this, he is a blogger by hobby and also he has been a regular speaker of WordPress sessions in various IT Companies. View all posts by Prem Tiwari