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JQuery has simplified a lot of my day to day coding. I think it is an amazing little framework and apparently a lot of people do too. Even Microsoft is bundling it with its ASP.NET MVC framework which , as far as I know, a first for open source software. Beyond even handling all the all of the cross browse mess, my favorite part of jQuery is the ability to easily extend the framework through plug-in. That brings us to the topic for this post. We are going to look at how easy it is to create a plug-in for jQuery.
For this post I want to pick something that is fairly simple yet demonstrates the power of plugins. For this post I am going to show you how to create a plug-in that will highlight keywords in a given block of text. Many websites use something similar when performing searches.
Author: Justin Bezanson
Keeping Backwards Compatibility In Mind
Author: Justin Bezanson
Creating a class
The first thing we are going to look at is how to…
Here is a short tutorial about how to track Any Link Click with Google Analytics.
In my last post about 5 Firefox plugin’s any web developer needs I got hammered for not posting FireBug. I admit that FireBug is Amazing and I use it often, but anyone knows FireBug, so posting about it is a bit pointless. My aim was to shed some light on some less known plugins, and therefore today’s post will not include FireBug again
lets start then:
I’m sure you’ve seen those nice interactive form validations on some Web 2.0 websites. The validation occurs while you’re typing your form input. For example, you’re typing your email in the email address field. You see a red “X” mark beside the field and when you’re finished typing your email address, a green check mark replaces the red “X” mark. What happens there is while you’re typing in your email address, the page communicates with the server to validate what you’re typing. When you finished typing your email address and the data you keyed in is valid, it passes the validation so it shows the green check mark without reloading the page. This is done using Ajax.
I’ve read about jQuery in this great post Five recommendations for starting a startup with ASP.NET and wanted to play with it and see
how easy it is to call a WebMethod from
sQuery. I Started by reading some of the great Tutorials and downloaded the code from here.
I Created a test web project, copied the jQuery [...]
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