Drag-and-Drop with jQuery: Your Essential Guide. Home : Articles : Drag-and-Drop with jQuery: Your Essential Guide Tutorial by Matt Doyle | Level: Intermediate | Published on 17 February 2011 Categories: Learn how to use jQuery, and the jQuery UI Draggable and Droppable plugins, to create drag-and-drop interfaces in your web pages.
The jQuery Media Plugin supports unobtrusive conversion of standard markup into rich media content. It can be used to embed virtually any media type, including Flash, Quicktime, Windows Media Player, Real Player, MP3, Silverlight, PDF and more, into a web page and is compatible with all web hosting services The plugin converts an element (usually an ) into a which holds the object, embed iframe tags neccessary to render the media content.
Having decided on jQuery as the foundation, I’ve narrowed down the possibilities to three candidates: jQuery UI, Kendo UI and Wijmo. Here are some of my conclusions: Why choose pure-client side? Presenteer. Introduction Presenteer.js a very flexible HTML5 presentation tool that works in one line of code, but is configurable with constructor options and many callbacks.
In its simplest form, it works like And then navigate through the presentation with presentation.start();, presentation.next();, presentation.prev(); and presentation.show(0-based-index); Installation Include jQuery and Presenteer.js (and possibly Sylvester.js, see below) in your page. Create the HTML and style it with CSS Then, on page load, create a Presenteer instances for every presentation on the page. I set followElementTransforms to false to make Presenteer not follow element transforms. And set followElementTransforms: true. Constructor options Apart from the followElementTransforms constructor argument, there's many more options and callbacks.
Where canvas is a selector or jQuery element of the canvas on which the presentation is placed. The list of elements on the canvas is specified in the elements argument. 50 Fundamental jQuery Controls, Components and Plugins. Every seasoned developer has one and every young and upcoming developer should be thinking of building one – a good and concise collection of UI controls, components and plugins that you can always rely on in times of need.
Of course, there are plenty of great UI frameworks, kits and libraries that you could use, but none will offer you every component and none of them will be tailored to your own personal preferences and needs. Up until a few months ago my controls had been collected and sourced from various frameworks (Prototype, MooTools, jQuery…), upon review it seemed a little out-dated, some components unnecessary and some controls desperately needed updated. It seemed logical to give the collection a fresh outlook and a uniformity under one framework – I chose jQuery. (I have held on to a few controls that have not been built with jQuery, but for the sake of this post I have omitted them).
Helpers. AmplifyJS - A Component Library for jQuery. 85+ Cool jQuery Effects Roundup. jQuery effects are used more or less all over the Internet today.
There are even countless examples of HTML5 games available online showing us the capabilities of these rather new technologies. Enough about HTML5 here. Advertisement.