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jQuery Grid Plugin

jQuery Grid Plugin
Dear All, We’d like to use the upcoming Spring Holidays to say thank you for using Trirand jqGrid and for contributing to making it the most popular jQuery grid control on the market. There have been a few developments here at Trirand that we’d like to share with you. A few years ago, as we’ve tried to grow and make sure the jqGrid project thrives, we decided to offer commercial products that compliment the free jqGrid project. The commercial website and all our products are available here: www.trirand.net There have been thousands of requests to provide commercial licenses in addition to the free ones.

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start jqGrid is an Ajax-enabled JavaScript control that provides solutions for representing and manipulating tabular data on the web. Since the grid is a client-side solution loading data dynamically through Ajax callbacks, it can be integrated with any server-side technology, including PHP, ASP, Java Servlets, JSP, ColdFusion, and Perl. jqGrid uses a jQuery Java Script Library and is written as plugin for that package. For more information on jQuery, please refer to the jQuery web site. jqGrid's Home page can be found here. Working examples of jqGrid, with explanations, can be found here.

8 Beta 1: See What’s Coming (and Going!) Hello fellow jQuery users! It’s been a while since you’ve heard from us, but we haven’t been asleep. The jQuery Core Team has been heads-down working on jQuery 1.8, and our first beta release is now available! wiki:search_config The columns in the grid can be used as the basis for a search form to appear above, below, or in place of, the grid. Searching is a way of querying data from the server using specified criteria. Currently we do not have module for searching on local data i.e when a datatype options is set to local.

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Chained AJAX Selects Martin Angelov In today’s tutorial, we will build a set of chained select elements. Selecting an option in one of them will trigger an update on the page, showing you more choices to refine your selection. We will describe the options server side with PHP, so it is easy for you to hook today’s example to a database. The idea for this tutorial was suggested by Casper Hansen from Denmark. The HTML Formly - The form glamorizer for jQuery The form glamorizer for jQuery May 11, 2011 An unbelievably easy way to add style and validation to your forms. 3 reasons why you should let Google host jQuery for you - Encosia All too often, I find code similar to this when inspecting the source for public websites that use jQuery: If you’re doing this on a public facing website, you are doing it wrong. Instead, I urge you to use the Google Hosted Libraries content delivery network to serve jQuery to your users directly from Google’s network of datacenters. Doing so has several advantages over hosting jQuery on your server(s): decreased latency, increased parallelism, and better caching. In this post, I will expand upon those three benefits of Google’s CDN and show you a couple examples of how you can make use of the service. Just here for the links?

ColorBox - a jQuery lightbox A lightweight customizable lightbox plugin for jQuery View Demos Released under the MIT License, source on Github (changelog) Download Install via NPM npm install jquery-colorbox jQuery resize event With jQuery resize event, you can now bind resize event handlers to elements other than window, for super-awesome-resizing-greatness! Release v1.1Tested with jQuery 1.3.2, 1.4.1, 1.4.2 in Internet Explorer 6-8, Firefox 2-3.6, Safari 3-4, Chrome, Opera 9.6-10.1.Download Source, Minified (1.0kb)Follow the project on GitHub project page or report a bug!View Full DocumentationView Unit TestsExamples: resize

Sticky - An unbelievably simple notification system for jQuery July 19, 2011 Let's face it, your users need sweet little notifications to keep them all warm and fuzzy inside. Sticky allows you to send such messages with ease, and class. Quickly notify a user of software updates, process completions, or annoy them with registration reminders. Demo How to build a web widget (using jQuery) - Alex Marandon Published on 15 June 2010, updated on 10 February 2015, 110 Comments Introduction I created some web widgets for the London’s Design Museum and learned a few useful things in the process.

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