jQuery 1.10.1 and 2.0.2

JQuery has released not 1 but (oh joy!) 2 versions! Check out the jquery site and specifically the changelog for more details. The 2.x branch does not support IE 6, 7 or 8 (and other IE running in compatibility ...

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Dependency managers

Using other peoples libraries saves time and effort so that you as a developer can focus on the true task at hand. A problem that quickly becomes apparent is managing dependencies on libraries. For example, if you use jQuery then ...

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Libraries

During my travels on the programming wasteland, I occasionally find useful libraries. This page will continuously be updated with new libraries. Each library will also have a small post describing the how to use it and why it's useful ...

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$.autoNumeric

Almost every project needs some sort of decimal input (such as quanity) and decimal point conversion/detection is not my cup of tee which is why I use autoNumeric. After the form is available in the DOM, the first thing ...

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$.serializeObject

User input is an important part of any program. In web applications forms are almost always present to capture user data. Serializing form data is an everyday task, and $.serializeObject makes life so much better than $.serializeArray. See example below ...

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