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27May
2013
Flexicious Data Grid, Updated, And Now For HTML

It's been quite a while since I last mentioned Flexicious, the incredibly powerful and flexible Flex datagrid. Well, the Flexicious team have been busy, and have released a new Spark-based datagrid and charting engine as Flexicious 3. In addition, they have released HTMLTreeGrid, a JavaScript port of their Flex DataGrid, built on top of jQuery, DOJO, and EXT-JS.

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14Apr
2013
jQuery Mobile 1.3.1 Released

I completely missed this one last week (hey, MAX is just weeks away, that's my excuse!). jQuery Mobile 1.3.1 was released with about 50 fixes and improvements to the library.

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9Mar
2013
Appliness March 2013 Is Out

The March 2013 issue of Appliness features an interview with W3C champion Lea Verou, as well as lots of JavaScript, jQuery, PhoneGap, and CSS goodness.

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20Feb
2013
jQuery Mobile 1.3.0 Released

Title says it all, jQuery Mobile 1.3.0 is a huge update!

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27Jan
2013
The jQuery Plugin Registry

Last week, jQuery team member Adam Sontag announced the availablity of the jQuery Plugin Registry, your one-stop shop for plugin developers and consumers.

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27Nov
2012
Free ColdFusion 10 jQuery Mobile Tutorial

The folks over at Fig Leaf Software are offering a Free ColdFusion 10 jQuery Mobile Tutorial, a 50 page PDF with lessons and exercises.

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14Oct
2012
jQuery Developer Summit This Week

If you are in the Greater DC area, you may want to take part in two days of coding and collaboration with the jQuery community at the jQuery Developer Summit. Adobe is a sponsor and Adobe folks will be present (unfortunately I'll be on the other coast this week). You need to apply to attend, so if you're interested, do it quickly!

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17Apr
2012
jQuery Mobile 1.1 Final Release

With being offline for almost two weeks I missed lots of important news, including this announcement of the release of jQuery Mobile 1.1 Final.

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31Jan
2012
jQuery Mobile 1.0.1 Released

jQuery Mobile 1.0.1 has been released, full list of enhancements in this blog post.

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5Jan
2012
Preventing Annoying jQuery Mobile Page Transitions

The default jQuery Mobile page transitions are slide for pages and pop for dialogs. And on Android these can be sluggish and appear to flash on and off annoyingly. Turning off transitions is easy, well, once you know the code you need. The following (which is not overly clear in the docs) was given to me by fellow Adobian, and jQuery Mobile contributor, Kin Blas.

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1$(document).bind("mobileinit", function() {
2    $.mobile.defaultPageTransition = "none";
3    $.mobile.defaultDialogTransition = "none";
4});

Simple, right? Well, there is one catch. The mobileinit event has to be bound before jQuery Mobile is loaded. In other words it needs to be after your code that loads jQuery, but before the code that loads jQuery Mobile. You can put it right inline, or in its own .js file, which you can include.

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