Animate The Typing Of Text Like A Video - jQuery textPlayer

Animate The Typing Of Text Like A Video - jQuery textPlayer
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textPlayer is a fancy jQuery plugin to create a Video Player like interface where the text is typed character by character just like a typewriter.

Great for creating a code player to show your users how to implement your codes step-by-step.

Key Features:

  • Play, Pause, and Replay buttons.
  • Fullscreen Mode.
  • Dark & Light Mode.
  • Progress bar to indicate how much of the text has been played.

How to use it:

1. Load the stylesheet 'jquery.textplayer.css' and JavaScript 'jquery.textplayer.js' in the document.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="/path/to/jquery.textplayer.css" />
<script src="/path/to/cdn/jquery.slim.min.js"></script>
<script src="/path/to/jquery.textplayer.js"></script>

2. Create a container element to hold the text player.

<div id="textPlayerContainer">
  <pre class="textPlayerContent"></pre>
</div>

3. Prepare text blocks to be played in the text player.

var sampleText1 = `static char FindMostFrequentVowel(String str)
    {
      /*Write your code here*/
      int[] vowel=
    }`;
var sampleText2 = `static char FindMostFrequentVowel(String str)
    {
      /*Write your code here*/
      int[] vowelcount=new int[5];
      for(char c in str){
        if(c=='')
      }
    }`;
var sampleText3 = `static char FindMostFrequentVowel(String str)
    {
      /*Write your code here*/
      int[] vowelcount=new int[5]{};
      for(char c in str){
        if(c.toLower()=='a')
          vowelcount[0]
      }
    }`;

3. Call the function textplayer on the parent container and insert the text blocks into the texts array.

var textPlayer = $("#textPlayerContainer").textplayer({ 
    texts: [sampleText1, sampleText2, sampleText3]
});

4. Start the text player on page load.

textPlayer.start();

5. Customize the height & width of the text player.

var textPlayer = $("#textPlayerContainer").textplayer({ 
    height: 300, 
    width: 960,
    texts: [sampleText1, sampleText2, sampleText3]
});

6. Determine the duration for the transition from one text block to another.

var textPlayer = $("#textPlayerContainer").textplayer({ 
    slideDurationInMilliSeconds: 5000
    texts: [sampleText1, sampleText2, sampleText3]
});

7. Execute a function when new text block gets printed.

textPlayer.on('textplayer.navigation', function(){
  // do something
})

This awesome jQuery plugin is developed by ranjit-singh-cc. For more Advanced Usages, please check the demo page or visit the official website.