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Learning how and when to use jQuery is a different process for each and every web developer, depending largely on experience with the primary tools for front-end development (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) and knowledge of general programming principles. Over the years developers of all stripes have come to rely on our API documentation for help … Continue reading →

The jQuery Object

When creating new elements (or selecting existing ones), jQuery returns the elements in a collection. Many developers new to jQuery assume that this collection is an array. It has a zero-indexed sequence of DOM elements, some familiar array functions, and a .length property, after all. Actually, the jQuery object is more complicated than that. link … Continue reading →

Ajax and Forms

jQuery's ajax capabilities can be especially useful when dealing with forms. There are several advantages, which can range from serialization, to simple client-side validation (e.g. "Sorry, that username is taken"), to prefilters (explained below), and even more! link SerializationSerializing form inputs in jQuery is extremely easy. Two methods come supported natively: .serialize() and .serializeArray(). While … Continue reading →

Theming jQuery UI

All jQuery UI plugins are designed to allow a developer to seamlessly integrate UI widgets into the look and feel of their site or application. Each plugin is styled with CSS and contains two layers of style information: standard jQuery UI CSS Framework styles and plugin-specific styles. The jQuery UI CSS Framework provides semantic presentation … Continue reading →

Deferreds

At a high-level, deferreds can be thought of as a way to represent asynchronous operations which can take a long time to complete. They're the asynchronous alternative to blocking functions and the general idea is that rather than your application blocking while it awaits some request to complete before returning a result, a deferred object … Continue reading →

How jQuery UI Works

jQuery UI contains many widgets that maintain state and therefore may have a slightly different usage pattern than typical jQuery plugins you are already used to. While the initialization is the same as most jQuery plugins, jQuery UI's widgets are built on top of the Widget Factory which provides the same general API to all … Continue reading →

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Using jQuery UI ThemeRoller

link About ThemeRollerThemeRoller is a web app that offers a fun and intuitive interface for designing and downloading custom themes for jQuery UI. You can find ThemeRoller in the "Themes" section of the jQuery UI site, or by following this link: jQuery UI ThemeRoller link The ThemeRoller InterfaceThe interface for ThemeRoller is categorized into panels … Continue reading →

Code Organization Concepts

When you move beyond adding simple enhancements to your website with jQuery and start developing full-blown client-side applications, you need to consider how to organize your code. In this chapter, we'll take a look at various code organization patterns you can use in your jQuery application and explore the RequireJS dependency management and build system. … Continue reading →

Using the classes Option

As of the 1.12 release, the jQuery UI widget factory includes a means of managing CSS class names through the classes option. This article will give you an overview of how the classes option works, and discuss what you can do with it. link Syntax overviewThe classes option is used to map structural class names … Continue reading →

Why Use the Widget Factory?

Writing jQuery plugins is as simple as adding a method to jQuery.prototype (more commonly seen as $.fn) and following some simple conventions like returning this for chainability. So why does the widget factory exist? And why is it hundreds of lines of code? In this document, we'll walk through the benefits of the widget factory … Continue reading →

Introduction to Effects

link Showing and Hiding ContentjQuery can show or hide content instantaneously with .show() or .hide(): 1 2 3 4 5 // Instantaneously hide all paragraphs$( "p" ).hide(); // Instantaneously show all divs that have the hidden style class$( "div.hidden" ).show(); When jQuery hides an element, it sets its CSS display property to none. This means … Continue reading →

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Triggering Event Handlers

jQuery provides a way to trigger the event handlers bound to an element without any user interaction via the .trigger() method. link What handlers can be .trigger()'d?jQuery's event handling system is a layer on top of native browser events. When an event handler is added using .on( "click", function() <…>), it can be triggered … Continue reading →

Selecting Elements

The most basic concept of jQuery is to "select some elements and do something with them." jQuery supports most CSS3 selectors, as well as some non-standard selectors. For a complete selector reference, visit the Selectors documentation on api.jquery.com. link Selecting Elements by ID 1 $( "#myId" ); // Note IDs must be unique per page. … Continue reading →

Introducing Custom Events

link Custom EventsWe're all familiar with the basic events — click, mouseover, focus, blur, submit, etc. — that we can latch on to as a user interacts with the browser. Custom events open up a whole new world of event-driven programming. It can be difficult at first to understand why you'd want to use custom … Continue reading →

Use Stylesheets for Changing CSS on Many Elements

If you're changing the CSS of more than 20 elements using .css(), consider adding a style tag to the page instead for a nearly 60% increase in speed. 1 2 3 4 5 6 // Fine for up to 20 elements, slow after that:$( "a.swedberg" ).css( "color", "#0769ad" ); // Much faster:$( "<style type="text/css">a.swedberg < … Continue reading →

CSS, Styling, & Dimensions

jQuery includes a handy way to get and set CSS properties of elements: 1 2 3 4 5 // Getting CSS properties. $( "h1" ).css( "fontSize" ); // Returns a string such as "19px". $( "h1" ).css( "font-size" ); // Also works. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 // Setting CSS properties. … Continue reading →

Using jQuery UI with Bower

**Note:** This documentation refers to functionality made available in jQuery UI 1.11. Bower is a package manager for the Web. You can use Bower to download libraries like jQuery UI from the command line, without having to manually download each project from their respective sites. As an example, suppose we're starting a new project and … Continue reading →

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jQuery Deferreds

link jQuery DeferredsDeferreds were added as a part of a large rewrite of the Ajax module, led by Julian Aubourg following the CommonJS Promises/A design. Whilst 1.5 and above include deferred capabilities, former versions of jQuery had jQuery.ajax() accept callbacks that would be invoked upon completion or error of the request, but suffered from heavy … Continue reading →

Utility Methods

jQuery offers several utility methods in the $ namespace. These methods are helpful for accomplishing routine programming tasks. For a complete reference on jQuery utility methods, visit the utilities documentation on api.jquery.com. Below are examples of a few of the utility methods: link $.trim()Removes leading and trailing whitespace: 1 2 // Returns "lots of extra … Continue reading →

Working with Selections

link Getters & SettersSome jQuery methods can be used to either assign or read some value on a selection. When the method is called with a value as an argument, it's referred to as a setter because it sets (or assigns) that value. When the method is called with no argument, it gets (or reads) … Continue reading →

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