Articles tagged with #javascript




When to Forget you Know jQuery

I've been using jQuery for years. I find myself getting tied up in trying to solve a problem the jQuery way. Many times however we need to forget jQuery, and go back to good ole javascript. For example, jQuery's strength is easily helping you work with the DOM. But, often …



Get Ready, Here is Timepicker 1.1

What a journey timepicker has been. I want to mention before I get too carried away that I am sorry for any broken code that is about to take place with version 1.1. However, I wouldn't have done this if it weren't for the best moving forward. What Broke …



Timepicker 1.0.5, Selected

The most exciting release since it's localization was introduced! While I pushed out a new version last week with mostly bug fixes, those were just to hold over until this release was polished. So whats new? "controlType" option. Pass "slider" or "select" to use, you got it, slider wigit or …



Negative Substr, Why Must You Plague Me?

Twice over the past few weeks using a negative start value for both String.substr and Array.splice has come back to bite me. So, for the record, if you are use to using: // should return 'bar' 'foobar'.substr(-3); // should return [2,3,4] [0,1,2,3,4 …



Timepicker 1.0.4 is Here

A new Timepicker is now available. It brings a few bug fixes only, no new features. IE bug fix when parsing datetime Simplify min/max constraints in _setTime Better constraints from setting time from field Improve parsing datetime Fix default timezone issue You can grab the latest version from the …



Adding a Toggle to jQuery LiteLighter

Of course, as you know jQuery Litelighter doesn't come with a toggle by default. By toggle I am referring to a link to turn on and off the syntax highlighting so you get a clean text for copy and paste. Litelighter was built to be super light weight and easy …



A Quick Timepicker Update

A week after timepicker version 1.0.2 was released, I am releasing 1.0.3. This comes after I noticed a couple issues with changes in 1.0.2. Also I had already been working on refreshing the documentation, so I figured there was no better time than now …



New Paint Job

Regular visitors to the blog probably noticed, but if not trentrichardson.com has a fresh new theme! Wordpress isn't my strong suit, but I manage to get around well enough. The majority of the work was CSS related, however I did drop Mootools for jQuery (again). I decided to fall …



jQuery Timepicker 1.0.1 is Available

Bug fixes and improved timezone support has been brewing for a while, and it is here with jQuery Timepicker Addon version 1.0.1. A quick overview of the changes include: Bug fix for empty field Bug fix for setTime Added localization for Afrikaans language JSLint compatibility changes Add $.datepicker …



jQuery Litelighter - Light Weight Syntax Highlighter

Need a super light weight syntax highlighter for jQuery? This is it, jQuery Litelighter. It's extremely small, and very easy to use and extend. It has a fully functional api. It comes with two themes built in, and 4 languages: Javascript, Html, CSS, and Generic C-like syntax for C, C …