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              <html ng-app="ionicApp">
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=no, width=device-width">
    <title>VELOCITY + IONIC</title>
    <!-- add touch emulation hold SHIFT-key while using the mouse -->
    <script src=""></script>

    <link href="//" rel="stylesheet">
    <script src="//"></script>


  <body ng-controller="MainCtrl">
    <ion-header-bar class="bar-positive">
      <div class="button-bar">
        <button ng-click="reverse()" class="button button-positive">RESET</button>
        <button ng-click="toggle()" class="button button-positive">TOGGLE TEST</button>
                class="button button-positive icon ion-arrow-move"
                ng-click="status.rotateDemo = false"
                ng-class="{'button-calm': !status.rotateDemo}"></button>
                class="button button-positive icon ion-loop"
                ng-click="status.rotateDemo = true"
                ng-class="{'button-calm': status.rotateDemo}"></button>
    <ion-content class="full" scroll="false"> 
      <h4 class="full padding">Drag the picture below with 1 or 2 fingers.<br />Press and hold Shift + mouse key to emulate multitouch on a computer.</h4>
      <div class="full world padding">
        <div id="container"
<h5 class="padding"><a href="" target="_blank">NEW DEMO:</a></h5>
              body {
  cursor: url(''), auto;
  width: 100%;
  height: 100%;
  top: 0px;
  position: absolute;
  perspective: 800px;
  background: none;
  position: absolute;
  background: url("");
  background-size: cover;
  width: 80%;
  height: 300px;
  top: 100px;
  left: 10px;
              angular.module('ionicApp', ['ionic'])

.controller('MainCtrl', function($scope, $ionicGesture) {
  // RAPID TEST - hence not the Angular way. This brute manipulation is here in the controller to test the speed of velocity.js within Ionic
  var isFwd = false;

  var container = angular.element(document.querySelector('#container'));
  // Seems any multi-touch event is enough to listen to: the event.gesture will hold values for rotation and scale among many others:
  $ionicGesture.on('pinch drag', function (event) {
    $scope.nrotation = $scope.rotation + event.gesture.rotation;
    $scope.nscale = $scope.scale * event.gesture.scale;
      Velocity(container, {
        rotateZ: $scope.nrotation,
    }, container);  
  $scope.status = {
    "rotateDemo": false
  $scope.x = 0;
  $scope.nx= 0;
  $scope.y = 0;
  $scope.ny = 0;  
  $scope.rotation = 0;
  $scope.nrotation = 0;
  $scope.scale = 1.0;
  $scope.nscale = 1.0;
  // These listeners could be registered like the multitouch one above. Here, testing the other way; from the html element itself. Most gestures are available this way - only multitouch events seem to be missing for some reason.
  $scope.onTouch = function(e){Velocity.mock = true;}
  $scope.onRelease = function(e){
    $scope.rotation = $scope.nrotation;
    $scope.scale = $scope.nscale;

    Velocity.mock = false;
  $scope.onDrag = function(ev){
    Velocity.mock = true;
    $scope.nx = $scope.x + ev.gesture.deltaX;
    $scope.ny = $scope.y + ev.gesture.deltaY;
      Velocity(container, {
        rotateX: -ev.gesture.deltaY/4,
        rotateY: ev.gesture.deltaX/4
      Velocity(container, {
        translateX: $scope.nx,
        translateY: $scope.ny
    $scope.velocityX = ($scope.nx - $scope.lastX);
    $scope.velocityY = ($scope.ny - $scope.lastY);    
    $scope.lastX = $scope.nx;
    $scope.lastY = $scope.ny;

  $scope.decelerate = function(){

    var scale = 10; 

    $scope.x = $scope.nx + $scope.velocityX * scale;
    $scope.y = $scope.ny + $scope.velocityY * scale;
      Velocity(container, {
        rotateX: -$scope.y/8, 
        rotateY: $scope.x/8 },
      [ 400, 20 ])          
      Velocity(container, {
        translateX: $scope.x,
        translateY: $scope.y },
      [ 400, 20 ]);
  // Animate full movement
  $scope.toggle = function(){
    if(isFwd) $scope.reverse()
    else $;

  $ function(){
      isFwd = true;
      Velocity(container, { 
          translateX: "50px",
          translateY: "50px",
          rotateX: "45deg",
          rotateY: "0deg"
        }, [ 400, 20 ]);

  $scope.stop= function(){
    isFwd = false;
        Velocity(container, "stop");
  $scope.reverse= function(){
  $scope.x = 0;
  $scope.nx= 0;
  $scope.y = 0;
  $scope.ny = 0;  
  $scope.rotation = 0;
  $scope.nrotation = 0;
  $scope.scale = 1.0;
  $scope.nscale = 1.0;
    Velocity(container, { 
          translateX: "0px",
          translateY: "0px",
          rotateX: "0deg",
          rotateY: "0deg",
          rotateZ: "0deg",
          scale: 1.0
        },[ 500, 22 ]);


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