jQuery LoadingOverlay version 1.1
Version 1.1 released, with some new features
31 December 2015
Since its public debut, my jQuery LoadingOverlay plugin has been the most appreciated release of mine.
I’ve received a few requests to add some features, and I decided to take some time and make a new year’s eve release.
What’s new in Version 1.1
Font Awesome support
Maybe someone doesn’t like the idea of a image (an animated gif in this case) used as loading indicator. Maybe those people want to use some scalable vectorial image and not limit them with the maximum size/resolution of a traditional image. And maybe those people have already included the Font Awesome library to their project. Well, with a brand new
fontawesome option they will be able to use the icon they prefer.
Custom element support
A couple of people asked me if they could show some kind of countdown or feedback for the user while the LoadingOverlay is on. Since I wanted to keep this plugin as simple and straightforward as possible, I included the support for a
custom element to be added, leaving to the user the freedom to do what they want with it.
Download and documentation
Go to the Lab page: LoadingOverlay