Use jQuery and JSON for Simple Rotating Display

Use jQuery and JSON To make a simple rotating item display. The below example uses jQuery to pull JSON data from a server, either local or remotely hosted. For local development I recommend MAMP PRO. Just setup your virtual host and load the page. This example also uses mustache and Font Awesome. If the user doesn’t click the arrows, in a few seconds the products will automatically begin cycling through the JSON file. Each item will display for a few seconds before easing into the next. You are free to download the .zip containing everything you see in this example and customize it for your purposes. Download this example at the link below.

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