jQuery is a cross-browser Javascript library that provides abstractions for DOM traversal, event handling, animation, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development.

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How to organize Javascript and AJAX with PHP?

My javascript is getting out of hand for my PHP application. I have 20 tags that link to various javascript files in a javascript folder. Each javascript file basically controls one element on the ...
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What made jQuery so popular? What is offers that other JavaScript libraries don't?

According to W3Tech, this link, this link, this link, and many other sources, jQuery is really becoming what IE experienced in the world of web browsers (gaining more than 80% of the market for a ...
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Is there a book for learning Javascript -> DOM -> jQuery? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: The importance of javascript and the best way to learn it? I would like to learn Javascript, the DOM model and jQuery. I've found many recommendations for books for ...
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Difference between templates in JavaScript and design patterns

What is the difference between templates and design patterns in JavaScript? I read about the template method design pattern and now I wonder how it relates to JavaScript templates (if at all).
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Why is extending the DOM/built-in object prototypes a bad idea?

I'm looking for a definitive answer to why extending built-in prototypes is so heavily chastised in the JS developer community. I've been using the Prototype JS framework for a while, and to me doing ...
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ASP vs javascript vs jQuery vs User Controls vs AJAX

Increasingly when developing sites I find myself utilising more client side technologies such as Javascript, jQuery and AJAX. For three different pages I measured the size of the HTML sent to the ...
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Should jQuery DOM manipulation be avoided in favor of JavaScript template engines?

From what I can tell, most developers will use heavy jQuery DOM manipulation tactics to deliver their updated AJAX views. Once things get out of hand, they may consider refactoring using template ...
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What do you do to make the client understand that requirements not mentioned in contract should be charged separately?

I've done a very small project for a specified amount of payment. The project was some client-side validation code. However, now client asks for code improvement (general code improvement including ...
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jQuery - programming style - many bindings vs. conditional single one

I frequently see code like that: $("#foo").live("mouseover mouseout", function(e) { if (e.type == "mouseover") { $("#foo").append("<div id='bar'>"); } else { ...
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Best JavaScript Coding Structure Using Object Literal?

Object Literal has no doubt been established in recent years as one of the essential components to best JavaScript coding practices. However, I am not very sure about what is the best way to structure ...
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How to handle large scale js+jquery projects using well written, Object-Oriented JavaScript and jQuery code?

I love the whole user experience/interface thing and put a lot of jQuery and JavaScript (pure JavaScript for HTML5 stuff, like canvas, file API, etc). The problem I face now is that my codes are ...
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How important is it to learn jQuery with ASP.NET

I'm reading a chapter on jQuery in a ASP.NET book. To be honest I'm finding it quite boring. How important is it to learn jQuery? And do many ASP.NET developers use it for their pages? Regards TDG ...
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Is JQuery or Javascript capable for image processing?

My plan is to develop a web based application in the future. I think I can name it "Booth Reservation System" for the Events companies here in our country. One of the main functionality of the system ...
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Is it worth Learning XML as a web developer when JSON is better for AJAX? [duplicate]

Is it worth Learning XML as a web developer when JSON is better for AJAX? or is it better to concentrate on JSON/Javascript for AJAX?
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Starting Web Development and interactive experiences

I'm new to web development and I'm a bit confused about the different languages and technologies in the web. I understand the basic is Html, Javascript, and Css. Then there's jQuery, ASP.net, Html5. ...
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Focus on Javascript or Jquery? [closed]

I am a student in college, and I notice that a lot of companies look for people who have experience with Javascript. Does this include Javascript's libraries, like JQuery? Or, are they looking for ...
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is there a security issue when using Jquery to develop asp.net web applications

I'm new to web applications. I have developed a web application using ASP.net. After hearing about jquery and going through some examples, I changed the existing application and used jquery to do most ...
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JavaScript Architecture, Tools, Compatibility and Pitfalls

I am thinking through how I will use JavaScript for a project which is just in its beginning of coding. I am not an expert in JavaScript, but I recognize it as a very important part of the site so I ...
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Using CSS classes as decorators - a good pattern?

I've been building a web-app with a fairly complex GUI - many small elements alongside eachother and within other elements that need various behaviours (dragging, clicking, but context-sensitive). My ...
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Indenting/breaking jquery chains for readability

I'm curious as to how other people indent/break long jQuery chains, as I can never decide what is more readable (particularly when using .end() to "close" a block of methods e.g. ...
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How to submit a bug/fix for jquery unobtrusive validation?

I found a small bug in the microsoft mvc3 remote validation, concerning the clientside javascript implemented in jquerys unobtrusive javascript. The problem/bug can be fixed by adding a few lines to ...
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How can I use my coding skills for good?

By this autumn my two small websites should be generating around a total of $1200 a month with minimal/zero input which is enough to for me to live on comfortably enough. Rather than embark on ...
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Weighing pros and cons for using jQuery for just one widget

I have been using html select boxes or textboxes for date input. On submit, the date is validated and if invalid an error is returned. I have avoided javascript calendars thus far, but jQuery ...
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ASP.NET AJAX and my axe!

So, I'm seriously considering axing ASP.NET AJAX from my future projects as I honestly feel it's too bloated, and at times convoluted. I'm also starting to feel it is a dying library in the .NET ...
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Why don't browsers have the ability to differentiate between events triggered via input devices and scripts ex: element.onEvent()?

Why don't browsers have the ability to differentiate between events triggered via input devices and scripts ex: element.onEvent()? Wouldn't this be a very simple way counter attack web spam bots? Or ...
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Is the jRails Project something I should use?

The jRails project is a drop in replacement for the Prototype/scriptalicious helpers already a part of the Rails framework. Are your experiences with this project positive? Does it do what it says on ...