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Aug
25
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Top 10 resources for jQuery plugins

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jQuery JavaScript library is very popular among website developers. According to W3Techs, jQuery adoption is about 55%. It is normal for such a popular library to have many plugins available. Google is always an option when someone tries to find a plugin. Moreover, many plugin repositories or collections are available. Let’s see the most important of them.

jQuery-Plugin-Registry

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Jul
18
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Getting Started with jQuery UI

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What is jQuery UI ?

jQuery UI is a widget and interaction library built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library that you can use to build highly interactive web applications. This is designed to get you up to speed on how jQuery UI works in your web applications. Follow are the steps how to get start.

 

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Start by Checking Out the Demos:-

To get a feel for what jQuery UI is capable of, check out the UI Demos.

In the demos section, the navigation lists all of the interactions and widgets that jQuery UI offers. Choose an interaction or widget and you’ll be presented with several demo configurations for that particular plugin. Each demo allows you to view source code, change themes, and the URL can always be bookmarked. For example, check out the accordion widget’s fill space demo page.

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Dec
5

Why Coding Style Matters

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What’s A Style Anyway?

Coding style is how your code looks, plain and simple. And by “your,” I actually mean you, the person who is reading this article. Coding style is extremely personal and everyone has their own preferred style. You can discover your own personal style by looking back over code that you’ve written when you didn’t have a style guide to adhere to. Everyone has their own style because of the way they learned to code. If you used an integrated development environment (IDE) like Visual Studio to learn coding, your style probably matches the one enforced by the editor. If you learned using a plain text editor, your style likely evolved from what you thought was more readable.


Not only publishing houses need a style guide. If you want to keep your code readable and easy to maintain even years after you’ve released a website, a coding style guide is helpful and necessary. (Image credit: Wikidave)

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