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  • Web jQuery

    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...
  • Web jQuery

    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
  • Web jQuery

    Cross-Domain Queries to OData Services with jQuery

    As more application code moves from the server to the client, it's increasingly common to use JavaScript to load JSON data that lives on a different domain. Traditionally, this cross-domain (or more accurately, cross-origin) querying is blocked by browser security, but there is a popular technique...
    August 24, 2011
  • Web jQuery

    Using jQuery to customize RadScheduler

    Telerik RadControls' for ASP.NET AJAX rendering is quite jQuery friendly. This is because almost all important html elements are tagged by a css class and therefore can be easily accessed using jQuery. In this blog post I have collected various cases from our forums and ticketing system on using jQuery to customize RadScheduler.  Special thanks to all customers or visitors who raised those questions. Q:  “I have a scheduler in timeline view showing six weeks of information.  Is it possible to change the header row background for the first two weeks?” A: The first step in finding a solution is to examine...
    July 14, 2009
  • Web jQuery

    Chainability (The Magic of jQuery)

    This article is taken from How jQuery Works.   jQuery uses an interesting concept called a "Builder" to make its code short and simple. The Builder pattern is an object-oriented programming design pattern that has been gaining popularity. In a nutshell: Every method within jQuery returns the query object itself, allowing you to 'chain' upon it, for example: $("a") .filter(".clickme") .click(function(){ alert("You are now leaving the site."); }) .end() .filter(".hideme") .click(function(){ $(this).hide(); ...
    February 06, 2009