However, some platforms use web technologies for native apps. As such, the platform vendor has probably had to solve this problem using those tools. One such platform is Windows 8. Internet Explorer 10+ provide a bunch of vendor specific CSS properties for touch-based scrolling. As these have proven useful, the properties for scroll offsets have been recently been added to the standards track as Scroll Snap Points. In this post, I will quickly guide you through the functionality that is currently in the spec. As it is very new, everything is subject to change, but it does work as is in IE 10 and 11.
With apologies to Ambrose Bierce
simple — It solves my use case.
opinionated — I don’t believe that your use case exists.
elegant — The only use case is making me feel smart.
lightweight — I don’t understand the use-cases the alternatives solve.
configurable — It’s your job to make it…