Most recent blogs in the jQuery category

Bess Batterham Team : Web Operations Featured

Wiliam does City2Surf 2014

The only thing that runs faster than our team, are our websites.

Sirisha Ancha Team : Web Development

MVC JsonResult: returning view and data at the same time

There could be scenarios where an Ajax call made to a MVC Controller Action is expected to return more information along with a partial view. To achieve this the view is returned as a string along with all the parameters needed.

Sirisha Ancha Team : Web Development

Handling AJAX Postbacks using the UmbracoApiController

A brief introduction to using UmbracoApiController for Ajax requests.

Simon Miller Team : Web Development

Sorting with Nestable and Bootstrap MVC

We’ve all had to write a drag-and-drop sorting module in the past, but this combination of jQuery plugin, Bootstrap MVC theme and .NET makes short work of it.

Simon Miller Team : Web Development

AJAX and providing the illusion of efficiency

When you use AJAX on your website, be sure to give your users a visual cue that something happened when they pressed that button.

Jason King Team : Web Development

Twitter's Typeahead plugin and KnockoutJs

A Knockout binding that integrates Twitter's Typeahead jQuery plugin

So Su Team : Web Development

JQuery Mobile: Bad to worse!

A mobile framework that nobody asked for.

Benjamin Tinker Team : Web Development

jQuery it up. But not too much.

Websites are becoming more and more dynamic. jQuery is great to this extent... though only to an extent.

Vince Scordino Team : Web Development

Using jQuery with CSS Media Queries

As the world goes mobile, as web developers, we have a number of approaches available to us in terms of device detection and whether we go server-side or client-side.

Benjamin Tinker Team : Web Development

AJAX – Hooking it together.

The preferred visual effect is when clicking a submit button you see a loading icon and then the page magically refreshes itself without ‘blinking’ that you get from traditional form posts.

Matthew Cox Team : Web Development

Visual Studio Intellisense for jQuery

Intellisense for javascript was one of the best new features to come with Visual Studio 2008, and now intellisense has come to jQuery.

Vince Scordino Team : Web Development

jQuery – Website Eye Candy

In the fast-changing world of Web 2.0, a developer always joins forces with one of the many JavaScript libraries available. A couple of my favourite plug-ins include:

Wiliam Staff Team : Staff

The best Web 2 jQuery javascript plugins

The best plugins for the jQuery JavaScript library for your websites.

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