The jQuery Card is a common layout element in modern web applications. It groups together content and actions about a single subject in a visually pleasing container. The Card can stand alone, but really shines when combined with components such as the jQuery ListView or TaskBoard to display a collection of cards. Each Card comes with content, title and subtitle, action button areas, images and footers.
Each jQuery Card is made of building blocks such as image and text. You can choose to direct the component to lay these out either horizontally or vertically.
Each jQuery Card has an area reserve for buttons related to the content. These can execute any action you need. For example, you can add like, comment, and share buttons. Or save and edit buttons. Furthermore, the style and content of these buttons can be virtually anything.
To make development even faster and help you create familiar-looking web pages, the jQuery Card component includes various built-in card types. These include “warning”, “error”, and sever more. You can also use templates to create your own.
When displaying multiple jQuery Card components, there are several built-in layouts to help display cards in various ways, including building a list from top to bottom as well as rendering the cards side-by-side.
The jQuery Card component can display virtually anything. Augment your text witch media such as text and video.
The jQuery Card component isn’t just a static list of items, you can allow your users to arrange cards in a container or move between containers using drag and drop.
The jQuery Card supports any globalization or localization scenarios. You can also enable RTL mode to display the control’s text and UI elements from left to right.