Since jQuery live is marked as deprecated. I thought it’d be a good thing to switch to use jQuery on. I was at first shocked to find out that “ON” did not work like “LIVE”. Without digging very far, I simply switched my old syntax that had to It worked for non dynamically generated DOM… Continue reading jQuery ON (syntax difference from live)
There is a business requirement on a project I have at work to only allow a certain number of properties editable at a certain stage of the domain object’s life cycle. And like always, the properties defined to be editable could change in the future. I already have a page that allows the user to… Continue reading jQuery read only elements
So I upgraded to jQuery UI version 1.8.2 at work and thought that I should instead of using the autocomplete plugin which is deprecated, switch over to use the jQuery UI build-in autocomplete widget. jQuery UI autocomplete widget is NOTHING like the original jQuery autocomplete plugin!!! At least by jQuery UI version 1.8.2 it’s not.… Continue reading jQuery UI even though you disappointed me, I still figured you out
While reviewing an existing project at work, I notice it has many delete confirmation pages. In my opinion, delete confirmation PAGES should really just retire from the face of the earth. Seriously, why do we need to create a http request & html for the mere purpose of asking “Are you sure you wish to… Continue reading Use modal windows for delete confirmations please
Yesterday I attended Ted Neward‘s game design session at nofluff. It inspired me to begin to implement the game sequence in an ajax app. It will be a private app since I only plan to play it with some friends. But it will be hosted somewhere on my website so it can be accessed from… Continue reading writing an ajax app for Sequence
Very nice jQuery session timeout countdown example with the use of the jQuery idleTimer plugin. Here’s my example with the jQueryUI dialog as the warning. Here’s my example with the jQueryUI dialog as the warning.
I just learned IE does not support jQuery’s new live (event delegation) binding on the change event. Very nice IE, you did it again.
I like being able to manually control my loading screen with my ajax calls. Previously I was using the blockUI jQuery plugin. It’s a great plugin. You may turn an overlay on your entire screen or just a layer on or off by simply calling and Since at work they are hosting the jQueryUI package,… Continue reading jQueryUI dialog as loading screen (replace blockUI)