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    jQuery UI vs. Kendo UI - What's the Difference?

    Back in January of 2012, we created to document the features of each library in an attempt to provide an accurate and fair comparison. Unfortunately, by internet standards January 2012 is ancient, and both Kendo UI and jQuery UI have evolved considerably. I recently started at Telerik as a developer advocate and was tasked with bringing the site up to date.
    September 12, 2013
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    jQuery Context Overload

    I'm sure most of you can relate to that feeling you get when you learn about something that you're pretty sure everyone else already knows about. Something fundamental. I remember when I learned that I could test for nullable integers in C# by using hasValue. Or when I first learned that you could use array notation in JavaScript to dynamically access properties and methods. Sometimes we don't talk about these things. We sort of just look around to make sure no one was watching when we were the last to find out.
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    Consuming Services - Cleanly Rendering Returned Data into Your App

    After my last blog post a friend asked for advice on how to render the data that's returned to his app in a clean, simple way. Immediately, two simple ways to accomplish this came to my mind. One using string concatenating and one using a hidden block of HTML as a template.
    January 10, 2013
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    Hello jQuery

    This is the first section in the ongoing course HTML5 Development For ASP.NET Developers. This module will covers the very basic information that you will need to know about jQuery and how to use it inside of Visual Studio / Internet Explorer. There are some good tips on...
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    What You May Not Know About jQuery

    It never ceases to amaze me at how much I don’t know. jQuery is a pretty straight forward library.  It’s essentially one large object off of which we can call and chain functions.  The beauty of it is in it’s simplicity.  It takes a somewhat convoluted and...
    January 06, 2012