Using jsTree to get a Treeview with checkboxes in ASP.NET MVC « Matt's work blog UPDATE 17 December 2011! After one year this is still the most popular post on my blog. However, this uses jsTree v0.9.9a2 and jsTree is now in version v1.0 which has changed completely. This post does not work with jsTree v1.0!!! I have written a post using the latest version of jsTree here jsTree is a jQuery plugin for creating a treeviews, and jsTree’s checkbox plugin allows you to create a treeview with tri-state checkboxes, like so: Side Content Example Side Content Summary The jQuery Side Content project is a plugin that docks content to the side of the browser window with "pull out" handles to open and close the panels. You can add multiple side-content tabs to the side of your page and the plugin will automatically toggle them when the visitor clicks on the "pull out".
Animatr Animatr is a jQuery plugin that allows you to create CSS3 animations using only HTML5 data-attributes. Lay out your animation steps by time (in seconds), percentages, or both. No more @keyframes or browser prefixing Run multiple animations simultaneously in one element Animatr's data-attributes style, and name, are inspired by the wonderful Skrollr. It requires jQuery-Keyframes and PrefixFree. UI.Layout Plug-in - Downloads UI Layout Download Sample Pages These simple demos are self-contained - right-click to download:
Pamaya - Web Design & Development North Wales - Software Development, Graphic Design and Branding jQuery selectors and attribute selectors reference and examples Tuesday, March 31st, 2009 at 11:44 pm by Maja Williams jQuery selectors and attribute selectors are some of the best features jQuery has to offer when it comes to DOM manipulation. They allow you to quickly select all elements or groups of element of a given tag name, attribute name or their contents and allow you to manipulate them as a group or a single node. This article can be used as a beginners guide to selectors or as a cheahsheet or reference The following table lists the different methods you have available to you to select nodes when using jQuery.
Bootstrap 3 Datepicker Note All functions are accessed via the data attribute e.g. $('#datetimepicker').data("DateTimePicker").FUNCTION() Minimum Setup Code Craig Stuntz’s Weblog : Using jqGrid with ASP.NET MVC: LINQ Extensions Mere hours after I posted the first in a planned series of posts on using jqGrid in ASP.NET MVC applications, Phil Haack, a rather-more-widely-read-ASP.NET-MVC-blogger, wrote a long post on, er, exactly the same thing. Who, me, bitter? Naahhh… But it turns out that we’re using the grid in a different way, and I think the difference is important. So rather than just referring you to Phil’s post and skipping the rest of the series, I think I still have some important information to contribute.