A flip page effect is a software GUI effect that visually shows a representation of a newspaper, book or leaflet as virtual paper pages that appear to be turned manually through computer animation. It is an alternative to scrolling pages.
^"HathiTrust User's Guide"(PDF). hathitrust.org. HathiTrust. May 2012. p. 8. Retrieved 2019-06-21. PageTurner is the HathiTrust viewing application. From PageTurner you can [...] view the pages in a number of different ways, including one page image at a time, scrolling, flipping, or thumbnail views, or OCR text versions of page content.
^Kaplan, Jeff (10 December 2010). "New BookReader!". blog.archive.org. Internet Archive. Retrieved 2019-06-21. Touch gesture support – swipe to flip pages in two-page mode
^Hert, Nanette; Cafolla, Ralph (2001). "Creating multimedia web sites in a flash". In Price, Jerry; Willis, Dee Anna; Davis, Niki; Willis, Jerry (eds.). Proceedings of SITE 2001: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference. Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). pp. 1429–1431. ISBN9781880094419. OCLC1063057038. The basic animation technique used by Flash is page flipping.
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