Whatterz


Articles tagged jquery

3 Free eBooks on jQuery
jQuery, a JavaScript library, is definitely something worth knowing. Here are some resources to help you learn and master it. Read more – ‘3 Free eBooks on jQuery’.
Using Google-Hosted JavaScript Libraries with WordPress
With the announcement that Google will be including page loading times as part of it’s SERPs ranking algorithm, it has become increasingly important to optimise your use of 3rd-party libraries such as jQuery. Read more – ‘Using Google-Hosted JavaScript Libraries with WordPress’.
Using jQuery Auto-Complete with ColdFusion
Creating an autocomplete form field historically has not been a trivial matter and would require an indepth knowledge of JavaScript and CSS. However, the task is made far more simple when using one of the many freely-available JavaScript libraries. In this post I will show you how to implement the jQuery Autocomplete created by Dylan Verheul. Read more – ‘Using jQuery Auto-Complete with ColdFusion’.
JavaScript Frameworks – Let There Be Light
For many web developers, whenever JavaScript is mentioned it provokes a rye smile; JavaScript is one of those programming languages that is rather avoided than embraced. This is not the fault of the language itself, but rather the browsers. Read more – ‘JavaScript Frameworks – Let There Be Light’.
jQuery 1.2 API Reference
Among the plethora of JavaScript libraries to have been released, few have been recognised to be as effective as jQuery. This lightweight library has been the subject of different discussions since it was launched in 2006. Basically, jQuery has the ability to flawlessly string together JavaScript together with HTML. Because of its effectiveness, there have different types of lightweight applications and plug-ins launched using jQuery. Ajax based websites that offers simple interface would virtually work together using jQuery's simple interface. Read more – ‘jQuery 1.2 API Reference’.