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Bootstrap Tour Extended - A JavaScript Tour Library For Highly Dynamic Applications

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Bootstrap Tour Extended - A JavaScript Tour Library For Highly Dynamic Applications

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Bootstrap Tour Extended is a JavaScript tour library built ontop of Twitter Bootstrap.  It is a fork of the previously featured Bootstrap Tour plugin on Functionn. However, this Bootstrap Tour library adds some more bells and whistles to the older library, making it more appropriate for highly dynamic applications.

Francois-Guillaume Ribreau, the author, wanted a persistant, clean, evented, deferred based Tour library with optional overlay support. With no other tour library providing all those features, Bootstrap Tour Extended was created to cater to those features.

What makes Bootstrap Tour Extended appropriate for highly dynamic applications is the global parameters the tour library can take.  It accepts both strings and functions as parameters. This feature allows you to attach tour features to elements which are not yet present at tour start-up but do sometime after in the timeline.

Requirements: Twitter Bootstrap, jQuery
Demo:http:/ / sorich87. github. com/ bootstrap-tour/
License: MIT License or GPL

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