Articles tagged with #javascript




Impromptu 3.1 is Here

I finallized the changes from earlier in the week, and jQuery Impromptu 3.1 is now available! As I mentioned then there are three notable changes to Impromptu: Add callbacks to nextState, prevState, and goToState functions. Fix bug when cloning html for use like $(‘#selector’).prompt(); Ability to pass an …



Impromptu 3.1 Coming This Week

Impromptu 3.1 is in the works now, and I plan to release it this week. As of now I am just looking to add a few features, so there are no real changes that should break any older versions. As of now I have 3 new changes/additions, one …



Execute Excel-like Formulas on your Tables and Grids

If you do much reporting I'm sure you've encountered needing to sum up a row, or divide, or average some data in a grid, much like you would do in Excel. Its actually not that difficult to whip up a simple, dynamic solution with javascript. I'm using jQuery, but it …



Simple Yoyo Effects Using jQuery

A few days ago I wrote about Link Nudging, and I got to thinking this could easily be a lot more customizable and flexible, so I added a couple lines more to it and now you can give most any css attribute a "Yoyo" effect. Maybe yoyo isn't the best …



JsonSQL Ported to PHP

Thanks to Harry over at Code Bus we now have a PHP version of JsonSQL. For those not familiar with JsonSQL, it allows you to use basic SQL syntax to parse json. Supported syntax includes selects, order by, where, and limit and allows you to apply conditions on objects of …



Javascript: Finding the Focused Element

Lately I've run into a brick wall. While working on the new version of Impromptu, I've had many requests to restrict the tab out of the prompt. Problem is how do you determine which element has focus without some ugly hacks like adding a class name to the element on …