It requires jQuery, only 2kb sized and supports tap, double tap, hold, drag and transform. The library is implemented pretty easily:
- just bind Hammer.js to a container HTML element
- every touch event performed on that element returns a callback with an array of details including:
For drag gestures, it can also return extra info like the angle, direction and distance.
Hammer.js works `almost` on all modern browsers and, to sum up, “you can touch this”.