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Learn how Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX enables you to easily create and use AJAX Control Toolkit controls in both ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC applications. Learn about all of the new features and improvements to the AJAX Control Toolkit controls such as the new client Script Loader and client DataView control. Also learn how ASP.NET AJAX was designed to work seamlessly with jQuery, how you can create ASP.NET AJAX controls directly from jQuery and how you can use the jQuery library in ASP.NET AJAX code. Learn how the new features …
In the first part of the talk, John reviewed the range of tools available to frontend engineers for unit testing and for analyzing the performance of code. In the latter case, he argues for going beyond pure speed-based benchmarks to structural analyses of performance. By looking at structure, the jQuery team was able to identify and correct bottlenecks, resulting in major performance improvements in the upcoming 1.4 release. In the second part of the talk (beginning at 49:20 in the video), John reviews some of those jQuery 1.4 changes. In …
Learn an easy, unobtrusive way to add AJAX functionality to an existing set of pagination links using jQuery.
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Daniel Moore will demonstrate using the HotRuby VM to execute Ruby code natively in the browser. The demonstration shows how Ruby can call native JS libraries, like jQuery, to perform DOM manipulation.
This video digs into the FireQuery add-on for Firebug. FireQuery adds extra functionality to the HTML tab and allows you to visually see embedded data elements and event handlers that were added via jQuery. Also, the familiar jQuerify Bookmarklet has been built into Firebug allowing you to inject jQuery into pages that didnâ€™t have it installed previously. This enables you to play around with jQuery or extract information for a webpage that might not previously have jQuery installed.
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Vast Rank is a College Ranking & Review website that makes use of several Google APIs to power its unique set of features. This session will dig into the code behind Vast Rank’s “Ranking Map” that provides contextual College Rankings based on what a user has in view on his or her Map. Code examples will be shown utilizing the Google Maps API, the Google Maps Marker Manager, the Google Client Geocoder, and the Google Client Location information exposed by the AJAX API loader. The session will end by discussing …
Don’t throw away your Web 1.0 websites just yet. In this session, you’ll learn how to take your existing websites, and layer AJAX on top of them using GQuery, a jQuery style library for GWT. Learn how GQuery benefits performance over existing solutions, increases productivity, and reduces defects by leveraging the GWT tool chain.