GitHub - ecrmnn/collect.js: Convenient and dependency free wrapper for working with arrays and objects.
Console. Images. Masks. Menu. Time. Touch. Pura Felicidad con Funciones Puras. Este artículo es una adaptación del capítulo 3 del libro digital: “Professor Frisby’s Mostly Adequate Guide to Functional Programming”  escrito por Brian Lonsdorf.
Update: See end of post for jQuery versions after 1.5.1 This is just another reason to love HTML5 and never let it leave your life ♥ The second version of XMLHttpRequest (XMLHttpRequest2) supports progress events… for upload and download!!!!
Each event is represented by an object which is based on the Event interface, and may have additional custom fields and/or functions used to get additional information about what happened. Events can represent everything from basic user interactions to automated notifications of things happening in the rendering model. This article offers a list of events that can be sent; some are standard events defined in official specifications, while others are events used internally by specific browsers; for example, Mozilla-specific events are listed so that add-ons can use them to interact with the browser.
There are a number of different examples showcasing different features of jScrollPane and a number of ways for you to get support. How to use It is very simple to use jScrollPane. ECMAScript 6 is officially a standard. Providing Local JS and CSS Resources for CDN Fallbacks. In a recent podcast the topic of using Content Delivery Networks (CDN) to host common-place resources such as jQuery and Twitter Bootstrap came up. The merits of having access to large scale delivery infrastructures provided by Google and the possibility that the client will already have these asset cached are huge wins. One pessimistic comment which can arise however, is what happens if these CDN's suddenly become unavailable. Though highly unlikely in the case of Google's Hosted Libraries, similar acts such development whilst offline may likely result in the same effect.
Se puede utilizar de la siguiente manera: var newArray = [1, 2, 3, 4];var_dump(newArray); Jquery.autoellipsis. Like this? Please share: jquery.autoellipsis is a jQuery plugin for automatically applying ellipsis on selected elements. This plugin optimally uses the available space, unlike methods like character counting. Download.