Dojo has had Deferreds for some time. jQuery introduced its own Deferreds in version 1.5 based on the CommonJS Promises/A specification. I’m going to show you some recipes for working with jQuery Deferreds. Modeln.github.io/sDashboard/example/ex.html. Moment.js | Documentation. #Where to use it Moment was designed to work both in the browser and in Node.JS.
Currently the following browsers are used for the ci system: ie8, ie9 on Windows 7, stable Chrome on Windows XP, Safari 10.8 on Mac and stable Firefox on Linux. All code will work in both environments. All unit tests are run in both environments. Dbushell/Pikaday. Nnnick/Chart.js. Jstayton/jquery-marcopolo. Methods | jCanvas Docs. The <canvas> element is a new element apart of HTML5.
The easiest, most straightforward, and probably least precise way to measure latency is via human observation; simply use the application on your target platforms and ensure that performance is adequate. Since ensuring adequate human interface performance is only about pleasing humans, this is actually a fine way to perform such measurements (obviously, few humans will be able to quantify delays reliably in terms of precise whole or fractional second measurements; falling back to coarser categorizations such as “snappy,” “sluggish,” “adequate,” and so on does the job).
ColorBox, A jQuery Lightbox. A lightweight customizable lightbox plugin for jQuery Fork me on GitHub View Demos.
Minifier. Sizing and Positioning Fancybox | GiveGoodWeb. You’ve probably seen Fancybox all over the place.
For instance, a beginner click tutorial may include this: This function toggles the hiding and displaying of #mydiv, then cancels the browser’s default behavior of visiting the href of the anchor tag.
Performance:Leak Tools. Strategy for finding leaks When trying to make a particular testcase not leak, I recommend focusing first on the largest object graphs (since these entrain many smaller objects), then on smaller reference-counted object graphs, and then on any remaining individual objects or small object graphs that don't entrain other objects. Because (1) large graphs of leaked objects tend to include some objects pointed to by global variables that confuse GC-based leak detectors, which can make leaks look smaller (as in bug 99180) or hide them completely and (2) large graphs of leaked objects tend to hide smaller ones, it's much better to go after the large graphs of leaks first.