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In the advent of the recent URL Parsing tutorials (DOM URL Parsing and Query String Parsing) I’ve decided that we put the knowledge we’ve gained – plus some compatibility fixes – into practice and create a lightweight jQuery plugin that quickly and simply handles all of your URL Parsing needs. Now, rather than using regular expressions (that so few understand) or using the techniques I’ve taught to you yourself, I’ve made it simple to use a single utility function attached to jQuery.
I’ve talked about Wijmo here before, discussing the vast array of widgets that they provide to go above and beyond the jQuery UI library and allow you to easily create a rich user interface for your applications. Well, now I have a $299 commercial license that I’ve decided is more likely to be put to good use by one of my loyal followers (or a first-time visitor too I guess). Read on to see how you can win!
It’s been a little while since I’ve taken a look at JZ Publish/Subscribe, but recently I had a great idea to fix a problem I was having trouble solving. Mix that in with a few more bits of context capability and you have the version 1.3 release of JZ Publish/Subscribe. Go ahead and read a little more to get the scoop on this great idea and how it will make using JZ Publish/Subscribe more stable.
I recently started looking through Dojo because another blog writer seemed to highly recommend it while saying there’s no real need to use jQuery. Dojo seemed quite powerful, probably having DOM manipulation on par with jQuery, but only if you required the correct extra modules. Also the syntax for Dojo is far more verbose. Still it seemed like Dojo had something that jQuery didn’t, so I sought to find what jQuery was lacking. It turns out that the only thing that Dojo (excluding Dijit and it’s other separate libraries) had that jQuery didn’t was a publish/subscribe module.