By Prem Tiwari. Updated on
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
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