Pinify has moved to GitHub! Check it out and get involved at http://bsatrom.github.com/pinify/

Project Description

ie9ify has a new name! Starting with the 1.2 release ie9ify is now called pinify Check out the downloads tab to get the latest version.

Using ie9ify 1.0? Check out what's new in 1.1.

A jQuery Plugin for adding IE9 features (site pinning, site mode, etc.) to your websites. Several new features of Internet Explorer 9 are designed to enhance the browsing experience of consumers by enabling sites that leverage certain features to behave like applications on the desktop when those sites are ‘pinned’ to the taskbar in Windows 7. A user pins a site by dragging the site’s tab (or favicon in the address bar) to the taskbar. For all sites, IE9 will create a default experience (called ‘site mode’) that will use information about the site to create an instance of the browser customized to look specific to that site. Developers can also add specific meta tags and script commands to extend these features to further customize user’s pinned experience of the site.

The purpose of the pinify jQuery plugin is to enable developers to safely leverage IE9 side mode features with simple commands and no need for additional browser checks. To view the full documentation, click here, or on the Documentation tab above. For more information about site pinning, and for a whirlwind walkthrough of ie9ify, check out Brandon Satrom's blog post "Applify Your Sites with Pinned SIte and ie9ify, the IE9 jQuery Plugin."

To install the pinify plugin, use NuGet (http://nuget.org/List/Packages/jQuery.ie9ify) or download the source directly from here or the plugins.jquery.com (http://plugins.jquery.com/project/pinify).

To view a screencast covering ALL aspects of the ie9ify Plugin, click here (http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/ASPNET-MVC-With-Community-Tools-Part-7-ie9ify).

For a list of sites using pinify to Applify their experiences today, check out sites using ie9ify.

Your site, from zero-to-pinned in less than 5 minutes:

  1. install-package jquery.ie9ify
  2. $(‘head’).pinify();
  3. Run and Pin!

Note: The NuGet package for pinify is still jQuery.ie9ify for the time being.

Last edited Aug 23, 2011 at 1:31 PM by BSatrom, version 31