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April 03 2012

July 29 2011

On jQuery & Large Applications - rmurphey

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about JavaScript applications. As my skills have evolved, I’ve had the privilege of working on more actual applications, and I’ve gotten further and further from clients who want to add a bit of Ajax or bling to an otherwise fairly traditional web site.
Tags: jquery

A Modest Proposal: jQuery Enterprise - jQuery Development | Google Groups

In short: Having any sort of sanctioned OOP technique breeds more
complexity for the majority of jQuery applications, increases the
dependency structure of most jQuery plugins, and generally creates an
untenable situation in which any sort of sanctioned code would
inevitably have to be integrated in to core.
Tags: jquery

July 15 2011

velesin/jasmine-jquery - GitHub

jQuery matchers and fixture loader for Jasmine framework

April 05 2011

Do you really need jQuery (for mobile dev)?

I love jQuery, I use it everyday, you can spot it even on this blog. It's a life saver in the times of desktop browser discrepancies (yes, I'm talking to you IE), but modern browsers and specifically mobile browsers are good enough not to need any bloated framework on their shoulders. In this post I'm showing you that 90% of the times you are using a framework for nothing.
Tags: jquery

June 19 2010

Plugins/Authoring - jQuery JavaScript Library

jQuery offers a mechanism for adding in methods and functionality, bundled as plugins. Most of the methods and functions included in the default download are written using the jQuery plugin construct.

A Plugin Development Pattern » Learning jQuery - Tips, Techniques, Tutorials

I've been developing jQuery plugins for quite a while now, and I've become rather comfortable with a particular style of plugin development for my scripts. This article is meant to share the pattern that I've found especially useful for plugin authoring. It assumes you already have an understanding of plugin development for jQuery.

February 23 2010

Sortable lists with JQuery in Rails | Awesomeful

Drag 'n Drop sortable lists are a great way to provide a UI for sorting, well, lists of things. Most Rails examples out in the wild use prototype/scriptaculous and the built in Rails javascript helpers. In this walkthrough we'll provide the same functionality using JQuery instead. We will not be using the built in Rails javascript helper. Instead we'll write Unobstrusive Javascript using JQuery.

February 20 2010

jQuery Form Plugin

The jQuery Form Plugin allows you to easily and unobtrusively upgrade HTML forms to use AJAX. The main methods, ajaxForm and ajaxSubmit, gather information from the form element to determine how to manage the submit process. Both of these methods support numerous options which allows you to have full control over how the data is submitted. Submitting a form with AJAX doesn't get any easier than this!

September 25 2009

nestedsortables - Project Hosting on Google Code

The NestedSortables are a set of two jQuery plugins, build on top of the Interface for jQuery, that allows you to sort and nest elements using drag and drop.

August 27 2009

testswarm - GitHub

The primary goal of TestSwarm is to take the complicated, and time-consuming, process of running JavaScript test suites in multiple browsers and to grossly simplify it. It achieves this goal by providing all the tools necessary for creating a continuous integration workflow for your JavaScript project.

August 03 2009

jQTouch

A jQuery plugin with native animations, auto list navigation, and default application styles for Mobile WebKit browsers like iPhone, G1, and Pre.

July 09 2009

6 Steps to Unobtrusive Rails (with jQuery)

Here's a set of 6 steps which breakdown the approach I have been using to unobtrusively add ajax functionality to a Rails application. The value of this approach (as opposed to traditional .rjs) is maintaining full separation of Javascript and display code, as well as building ajax on top of a version of your app that works without Javascript enabled in the user's browser.

Unobtrusive jQuery with Ruby on Rails | The Next Train

jQuery is my javascript library of choice. At Platform45 we use it in place of the prototype libraries included with Rails. jQuery makes it a pleasure working with the ugly javascript monster. The documentation is superb with plenty of examples.
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