Fix $.param() for jQuery compatibility when handling complex nested objects
Pass "abort" and "timeout" status to global ajaxError event handlers
Provide isDefaultPrevented() , stopImmediatePropagation() , and related methods for all events
Support the data argument in .bind() , .on() , and .one()
Support .on('ready') as an alias for …
Thank you to John Resig for jQuery.
Thank you to Jonas Nicklas for Capybara, an intuitive browser simulation framework.
Thank you to Travis CI for letting us know when our code is working (or broken) on various versions of Ruby.
Thank you to Bill Joy, Bram Moolenaar, and Tim Pope…
We switched to(with a jQuery option) in 4 for its smaller file size and faster load time. But faster downloads didn't always translate to better performance, so Foundation 5 uses jQuery 2. Foundation 5 also integrates fastclick.js so your mobile users have a snappier experience.
We've also added a ton of support for hardware acceleration, which allows for smoother animations and transitions, and deprecated some older selectors now that we've moved …
…the chainable piping amazingness that exists with UNIX and I aspired to achieve with jQuery. In practice many Node stream modules are poorly written, poorly documented, out of date, or just obscure. So while theoretically using Node streams should be really easy in practice it becomes quite challenging.
In my explorations I was starting to build up a pile of streaming Node modules that I *knew* worked correctly (or, at least, as I expected them to). Namely: They supported streams in …
jQuery change event can be used to detect form change. But because Turbolinks pages will change without full reload, we can't rely on or jQuery.ready() to trigger change event. Here is how jQuery code with enabled. Tested with 4.0.0.
ready = > # your jquery code here # ...
# page:load is fired at the end of the loading process. $(document).ready(ready) $(document).on('page:load', ready)
# page:change …
" Selector APIs", like XPath or jQuery's extensions to CSS, are an idea many developers have already wrapped their head around. I wouldn't want to go anywhere near the complexity of those APIs, but an opinionated set of operations on an object graph might not get too complex.
Maybe it sucks?
Enumerable is pretty great, why wouldn't you use that?
Programming by banging strings together is terrible.
I can't really tell you, definitively, if …
…library [that] makes working with your assets as easy as jQuery makes working with the ".
Entrepreneur PSA - Advertising Businesses are Hard : you'll need volume, suffer through long sales cycles, and most will not be repeat customers.
@ kvnsmth captures what software startups are like, circa 2013:
"I'm going to spin up another company soon."
None of the Above
Creative Mom Turns Her's …
§ mailcheck is a jQuery plugin that suggests a right domain when your users misspell it in an email address.
§ Did you know of display: table-caption ? Properly aligning and wrapping image captions .
None Of The Above
§ It's not about "making time", but making time work for you: Time : Skills Are Stupid. Here's What Works
This may sound fluffy …
…called nprogress out there, but it requires jQuery (it uses jQuery's animation system). Now, what to use with ? Being lean Zepto relies on built-in transitions and animations, both to save on the lines of required and to make better user of battery power ( transitions and animations stand a better chance of being animated with the , which will save power).
Never fear, here comes zprogress !
This does the same exact thing, …