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A common pattern that I use in creating ajaxy applications is to return a small HTML fragment from the request, and then inject this fragment into the DOM in the callback executed after a successful request. This tends to be a bit simpler than returnin…
I was asked by Packt publishing to do a book review of jQuery Mobile: First look. And I accepted. I have done this once before for a book that interested me. I don't read that many technical books since they tend to bore me really quickl…
Introduction Since I'm on vacation and I have nothing better to do I decided to make a mobile version of our blogs. Not only because it's fashionable but also because old people will have a hard time reading this site on a smartphone and to save band…
Today I was having a bit of fun. And I wanted to add the number of followers we have for our LessThanDot Twitter account.
But those things are just copy paste and I wanted to show the number of followers in the title/tooltip for the twitter button in the social sitings sidebar section (Yes, Eli it now has a name).
After some googling I found
On this site we have a suggestions forum and David suggested that the authors list on this forum could do with a summary.
In an Author's list of blogs, have a mouse-over effect that pops up the first 1-2 paragraphs of the blog.
First, I thought that Ajax and jquery is nothing for me. Web development is not something I like doing and I did plenty of it for the site during my 5 week vacation this year. But the challenge intrigued me. So I started a little google and did a bit of e...
This is a post for beginners because that is what I am.
Today I was adding some Ajax to our site. Seeing that this is my first day of Ajax and that I only have very little experience with jquery, I thought it would be hard. So I started off with little things.
First, I wanted to add a summary to our authorlist page. But I'll talk about that in another article.
I wanted to provide users a way to access some of phpBB's built-in functionality without the need for a full postback, so that the user is not taken away from the page. I chose something simple and found out ho...
ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate 2 is ready for download
Changes Since RC 1
Anti-Forgery Helpers Support Setting Cookie Path
DefaultModelBinder Validation Messages Are Now Localizable
New ValidationSummary Method Overload Supports Header Message
jQuery Updated to Version 1.3.1
Setup Requires .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
Download ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate 2 here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.asp...
Now here is some exciting news if you are a web developer in a MSFT shop. Microsoft will ship jQuery with ASP.NET MVC and Visual Studio.
John Resig writes:
Additionally Microsoft will be developing additional ...