jQuery File Upload Demo. With Front End Upload (Pro) out in the wild this is really timely for me. It’s quite a slick upload library powered by jQuery that supports drag and drop, chunking (a must-have feature in my opinion) and more. The project page has lots to check out, including the code you’ll need […]
Posted: April 14, 2012
jQuery Plugin Development Boilerplate | Websanova. This is a nice bookmark to have on hand should you come up with an idea for a jQuery plugin. It’s important to respect the conventions of the library when extending it, so using this as your baseline would be a smart move.
Posted: March 20, 2012
Announcing jQuery Mobile 1.1.0 RC1 | jQuery Mobile. The jQuery Mobile team continues to be hard at work, and the RC for 1.1.0 has an impressive changelog. Improved toolbar implementation Faster & smoother transitions Two new transitions, and -moz support in prep for a hopeful future build of Mobile Firefox New AJAX loader design & […]
Posted: February 29, 2012
10 Coding Tips to Write Superior jQuery Plugins | Websanova. Great, cohesive list of tips for writing your jQuery plugins: Keep All Your Code in a Closure Provide and Extend Default Options Always Return the Element Keep Single Use Code Outside Main Loop Setup Class Prototyping – The Why Setup Class Prototyping – The How […]
Posted: February 28, 2012
Morris.js. I love nice looking charts. These are nice looking charts. Powered by jQuery and Raphaël, this charting library is reminiscent of what you’d see in Google Analytics and many other metrics system we all stare at quite a bit of the time.
Posted: February 28, 2012
Stop paying your jQuery tax. A small bit of link bait in the headline, but it likely applies to all of us. Client side optimizations have been an awesome topic over the past couple of years, and it’s something I plan on devoting the majority of my time toward should the opportunity present itself. I’ve […]
Posted: February 19, 2012
Web Dev .NET: Differences Between jQuery .bind() vs .live() vs .delegate() vs .on(). With jQuery 1.7 came on() and went live(). live() was used and abused by many, so if you haven’t kept up with its deprecation, this article is for you. Document are becoming even more dynamic, so managing your events can become a […]
Posted: February 07, 2012
Arctext.js – Curving Text with CSS3 and jQuery | Codrops. This is quite impressive. Based on Lettering.js, Arctext.js facilitates curving the path of text along an arc. Check out the demo for some nice examples.
Posted: January 30, 2012
scrollorama. Yesterday seems to have been the day of project releases. scrollorama is a neat little piece of work that helps you better utilize “scrolly stuff”. The demo page outlines just a few things you can do when combined with other great things like lettering.js. Scroll-based behavior changes, when used properly (read: responsibly), can really […]
Posted: January 02, 2012
Response JS: mobile-first progressive enhancement in HTML5.. This is a very interesting project. Responsive design will continue to be a steady topic of conversation in 2012 and tools like this help propel us to talking about it applicably. Without going into too much detail about responsive design itself, I’d like to point out what Response […]
Posted: December 27, 2011