Archive for March, 2010

Spring 2010 jQuery Conference: San Francisco Bay Area

Since the fall of 2007, jQuery developers around the world have been making an annual pilgrimage to Boston, Massachusetts, to meet jQuery team members, JavaScript luminaries, and other jQuery developers at the official jQuery Conference. This spring, in response to growing demand, the jQuery Project is offering its first-ever official jQuery conference on the U.S […]

Detecting Ajax Events on the Server

When working with an Ajax-enhanced website, it's generally a good idea to provide a regular request fallback for any core functionality of the site. When you work to ensure that a fallback is in place, you will be faced with determining when a particular request is an Ajax request or just a normal page request. […]

Using Delegate and Undelegate in jQuery 1.4.2

As some of you have heard, there have been two new methods added in jQuery 1.4.2, .delegate() and .undelegate(). These methods achieve the same thing as the .live() and .die() methods, they just use a different syntax. For those new to .live(), it's a method in jQuery that allows you to attach events to elements […]