Docstoc

jQuery_2_

Document Sample
jQuery_2_ Powered By Docstoc
					Cleveland C#/VB.Net User Group February 24, 2009 Marv Schwartz mss@case.edu




 



… you write cascading style sheets (css) … you write ASP.net software? … you write javascript? … you write jQuery? … you enjoy writing javascript?




 



Why YOU might use jQuery How to update VS-2008 for jQuery Write some jQuery code Ideas for debugging jQuery code References

Sam Nasr has kindly agreed to post these slides on http://www.clevelanddotnet.info/.

  

Javascript has become essential to current web page development, but … Javascript is not a good language design Javascript has become bloated
 DOM navigation
 Browser differences



Writing Javascript code is tedious, timeconsuming, and error-prone



jQuery makes writing Javascript much easier
 DOM navigation (css-like syntax)
 Apply methods to sets of DOM elements  Builder model (chain method calls)

 Extensible and there are tons of libraries
 Handles most browser differences so you don’t

have to



Server provides data jQuery on client provides presentation

Scott Guthrie is a Corporate Vice President in the Microsoft Developer Division. He runs the development teams that build the following products/technologies:  CLR and the core .NET Base Class Libraries  ASP.NET  Silverlight  WPF  IIS 7.0  Visual Studio Tools for ASP.NET, WPF, Silverlight and Mobile


jQuery and Microsoft (Google ScottGu jQuery)

Scott Guthrie announced “… that Microsoft will be shipping jQuery with Visual Studio going forward. We will distribute the jQuery JavaScript library as-is, and will not be forking or changing the source from the main jQuery branch. The files will continue to use and ship under the existing jQuery MIT license. We will also distribute intellisense-annotated versions that provide great Visual Studio intellisense and help-integration at design-time”



ScottGu, jQuery Intellisense in VS 2008
http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2008/11/21/jquery-intellisense-in-vs-2008.aspx

 

VS2008 sp1 KB958502-JScript Editor support for “-vsdoc.js” IntelliSense documentation files
http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/KB958502/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=1736

February 7th, 2009 FLOSS Weekly 55: jQuery Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte jQuery, a lightweight JavaScript library emphasizing JavaScript and HTML interaction. Guest: John Resig for jQuery TWiT Wiki for this show John Resig is the creator, project lead and the head of the development team of the jQuery JavaScript library, released in January, 2006. For Resig's day job he works as a JavaScript Evangelist for the Mozilla Corporation, where he does JavaScript testing, performance analysis, speaking, and writing. He's also the author of a number of other projects, including: Sizzle: A cross-browser, standalone, JavaScript library for implementing CSS selector DOM selection in JavaScript, which is in the process of being integrated into jQuery, Prototype, Sizzle, YUI, and MochiKIt. Processing.js: A port of the Processing visualization language to JavaScript (running in an HTML 5 canvas element). Resig also speaks on the Open Web Podcast with Dion Almaer and Alex Russel, where they discuss web standards, JavaScript, and browsers. He's the author of the book "Pro JavaScript Techniques" and is working on his second book: "Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja" (due out in 2009)



HTML only
 Text
 Tables



ASP.net AJAX




 

ASP.net No ScriptHandler Uses WebMethods Uses query string





Compress jQuery-1.3.2.js or use Google to host jQuery
http://code.google.com/apis/ajax/documentation/



Not needed: jQuery-1.3.2.vsdoc.js

 

Plugins: http://docs.jquery.com/Plugins and Google returns many more
 flot

 SimpleModal



jQuery in Action

  

http://www.manning.com/bibeault/ chapter2\lab selectors.html chapter2\lab.wrapped.set.html

 

http://jquery.com/ Scott Guthrie’s blog: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/ Rick Strahl’s blog: http://www.west-wind.com/weblog/ Book: jQuery in Action





A problem with Google is that it finds outdated information as easily as current information. Integration with Visual Studio 2008 is improving quickly. Be wary of old hints. Some are unnecessary. Some break things. Go code some cool web pages using jQuery. Thank you. Marv Schwartz mss@case.edu


				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:75
posted:8/2/2009
language:English
pages:17