Pinch Zoom Image by Sang Oh – Version 1.0


Able to use a pinch-zoom and touch panning a image in the sencha touch 2.

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  • Sencha Touch 2.0
  • Sencha Touch 2.1


  • iOS (mobile)
  • Chrome (desktop)
  • Safari (desktop)
  • Android (mobile)


  • Original Image

    Original image is scale to fit current container's size.

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  • Scaled image

    Image is scaled with pinch zoom.

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  • Multi scaled image

    Example of thumbnail scaling.

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Implemented pinch zoom function with Gavin Kistner's code of 'Zooming via HTML5 Canvas Context'. It draw a image with best size ratio and easy to scale it and just double tap to restore it.

Version History

  • Version 1.0


    It is easy to implement pinch-zoom image view with this component. Just include lib and create it your container.


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3.0/5 from 3 reviews

    • Review Message:

      Work fine in iOS, no in android

    • Review Rating: 3/5
    • Review for Version 1.0
    • Review Date: March 18, 2013
    • 3/3 people found this review helpful.
    • Review Message:

      A little guide would be welcome. Also review the code. It does not work as expected.

    • Review by Dany Henriquez
    • Review Rating: 2/5
    • Review for Version 1.0
    • Review Date: October 20, 2013
    • 2/2 people found this review helpful.