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Love JavaScript design patterns, love your jQuery code even more!
The goal of this article is to educate budding jQuery developers (who do not have much exposure to JavaScript), to write clean, readable, maintainable code. This is in fact, a pointer to articles written by several JavaScript gurus. For a jQuery developer, who does not have good expertise of JavaScript object oriented programming concepts, the entire code of a JavaScript file would reside in the "$(document).ready()” function. This includes various events, ajax calls, their call backs, UI effects ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:34 PM

Love JavaScript design patterns, love your jQuery code even more!
The goal of this article is to educate budding jQuery developers (who do not have much exposure to JavaScript), to write clean, readable, maintainable code. This is in fact, a pointer to articles written by several JavaScript gurus. For a jQuery developer, who does not have good expertise of JavaScript object oriented programming concepts, the entire code of a JavaScript file would reside in the "$(document).ready()” function. This includes various events, ajax calls, their call backs, UI effects ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:34 PM

Love JavaScript design patterns, love your jQuery code even more!
The goal of this article is to educate budding jQuery developers (who do not have much exposure to JavaScript), to write clean, readable, maintainable code. This is in fact, a pointer to articles written by several JavaScript gurus. For a jQuery developer, who does not have good expertise of JavaScript object oriented programming concepts, the entire code of a JavaScript file would reside in the "$(document).ready()” function. This includes various events, ajax calls, their call backs, UI effects ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:34 PM

jQuery UI AJAX Tabs – few hiccups & resolutions
Developers who have tried jQuery UI Tabs plugin might have tried AJAX mode, which is really useful in meeting several requirements. The documentation clearly explains how to start using AJAX tabs. However, there would be few hiccups if the plugin is not clearly understood. Below are some of them which I have faced recently: Problem 1: In AJAX mode, sometimes, tabs do not load on a single click. You need to select a tab twice (double click) to open a tab. Reason: Unfortunately, this is due to a bug ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 20, 2009 8:22 PM

jQuery UI AJAX Tabs – few hiccups & resolutions
Developers who have tried jQuery UI Tabs plugin might have tried AJAX mode, which is really useful in meeting several requirements. The documentation clearly explains how to start using AJAX tabs. However, there would be few hiccups if the plugin is not clearly understood. Below are some of them which I have faced recently: Problem 1: In AJAX mode, sometimes, tabs do not load on a single click. You need to select a tab twice (double click) to open a tab. Reason: Unfortunately, this is due to a bug ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 20, 2009 8:22 PM

jQuery UI AJAX Tabs – few hiccups & resolutions
Developers who have tried jQuery UI Tabs plugin might have tried AJAX mode, which is really useful in meeting several requirements. The documentation clearly explains how to start using AJAX tabs. However, there would be few hiccups if the plugin is not clearly understood. Below are some of them which I have faced recently: Problem 1: In AJAX mode, sometimes, tabs do not load on a single click. You need to select a tab twice (double click) to open a tab. Reason: Unfortunately, this is due to a bug ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 20, 2009 8:22 PM

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