Download Source Code Slider for Bootstrap 4.14.5

Kyle Kemp is announcing that Slider for Bootstrap with version number 4.14.5 is already available to download.

What is Slider for Bootstrap ?

Slider for Bootstrap is A Bootstrap component that can be used to create simple drag sliders, with support for min/max limits, range sliders, and many other more .

Slider for Bootstrap was inspired by Stefan Petre’s component of the same name, but enhanced with Bootstrap 3.x support. As with the original, this component takes regular number input fields and converts them into a vertical or horizontal line, with a handle on top, which can be dragged around to adjust the input value.Also known as “drag slider”, this component is a whole lot easier to use than the classic input field and allows users to fine tune their number entries using the mouse cursor.Slider for Bootstrap works in both vertical and horizontal form, allows developers to embed multiple instances on the same page, and also supports range selections where there are two handles used, one for the start and one for the end value.Min/max values are also support, for cases when the drag slider’s edges don’t start or end in 0.If you use Twitter’s Bower, then you can easily install the plugin by running:bower install seiyria-bootstrap-slider

This is changelog for Slider for Bootstrap version 4.14.5 :

You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage:

Slider for Bootstrap - Slider for Bootstrap transforms simple input fields into drag slidersSlider for Bootstrap - Slider for Bootstrap can also be used to build range slider components as wellSlider for Bootstrap - Multiple drag sliders can be included on the same pageSlider for Bootstrap - Vertical drag sliders are also supported with the Slider for Bootstrap component

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