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jQuery File Upload Example and Demo

When you develop an application, most, if not all, of the times, you will have to provide some way for your users to upload files, for example to update their profile picture or to share a document. In this example, we will see how we can implement this using jQuery.                 Table Of ...

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jQuery dialog example

EDITORIAL NOTE: In this post, we feature a jQuery dialog example. A dialog is a floating window that contains a title bar and a content area. The dialog window can be moved, resized and closed with the ‘x’ icon by default. jQuery UI is a collection of jQuery plugins used to enhance the web application user interface. Inside this library ...

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jQuery Tooltip Example

EDITORIAL NOTE: In this post, we feature a comprehensive jQuery Tooltip Example. Tooltips are a very useful element in web development, as it makes it easy to present information and explanations to the user without cluttering the page. Essentially, a tooltip is a “hover box” that appears when we hover the mouse cursor over a specific element. That way, the ...

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JQuery Autocomplete Widget Example

By now everyone who has used a search engine has experienced auto-complete functionality at work. Originally intended to help those with physical limitations reduce the need for keyboard input, it has become commonplace on nearly every input element across a variety of software. In this article we will look at the details of the JQuery Autocomplete widget; how to implement ...

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Things I learned creating a jQuery Plugin (Part II)

This post is the continuation of the series Things I learned creating a jQuery Plugin. In the first part we have seen how the structure of a jQuery plugin must be, the plugin entry point (so called wrapper function) and how we can control the behavior of a method as a getter or setter. Define default options Your plugin more probably will accept ...

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Things I learnt creating a jQuery Plugin (Part I)

jQuery is one of the most used JavaScript libraries, if not the most used one, which allows to make great things with the big set of little tools it offers to the web developers: HTML/DOM manipulation, CSS manipulation, HTML event methods, effects and animations, AJAX, utilities, … One of the key aspects of jQuery is the possibility to extend it ...

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