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A javascript library for multi-touch gestures




hammer.js NPM Version NPM Downloads Build Status

A JavaScript library for detecting touch gestures.

What is this repository?

It seems like that hammer.js repository is no more activated.

But our library (egjs) has deep dependency to hammer.js for touch interaction. And some pending issues were critical for us to make more light size, compatible with node.js , resolve module crash on umd envrioment.

So we solved following issues that are not resolved in original hammer.js

We would maintain this repository to fix remain bugs and enhance it until original repository activates.



npm install --save @egjs/hammerjs



yarn add @egjs/hammerjs



We did not provide CDN yet. leave the link to original hammerjs as is.


hammer.js has a quick start option for gestures it already recognizes.

// Get a reference to an element.
var square = document.querySelector('.square');

// Create an instance of Hammer with the reference.
var hammer = new Hammer(square);

// Subscribe to a quick start event: press, tap, or doubletap.
// For a full list of quick start events, read the documentation.
hammer.on('press', function(e) {'expand');
  console.log("You're pressing me!");

If you want to recognize your own gestures, such as tripletap, then you'll have to use these steps:

// Get a reference to an element.
var square = document.querySelector('.square');

// Create a manager to manage the element.
var manager = new Hammer.Manager(square);

// Create a recognizer.
var TripleTap = new Hammer.Tap({
  event: 'tripletap',
  taps: 3

// Add the recognizer to the manager.

// Subscribe to the event.
manager.on('tripletap', function(e) {'expand');
  console.log("You're triple tapping me!");



For further information regarding hammer.js, please read our documentation.

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