I had been using jQuery and PrototypeJS, and I needed to ditch PrototypeJS at long last.
My colleague Michael Franzl said, “Hey! Check out this Balalaika thing!”
So I did.
Unfortunately, Balalaika doesn’t give you many methods to do cool stuff. That’s left as an exercise for the programmer…
So, I decided to make my own jQuery, and PikaJS is the result!
You’ve probably heard of something called the jQuery Form Plugin. It’s a bit overwhelming looking at all the options and trying to extract just the functionality you need if you aren’t a JS Jedi, though. And so, without further ado, I present to you jQuery Form Submission for Dummies!
At first, jQuery doesn’t look easy. In fact, it looks downright scary. But once you actually dive in, you find that the water is warm and inviting indeed!
If you’ve used jQuery, there is undoubtedly one problem you will encounter: How do you insert a delay between special effects like
I found several answers to this question on the web, but I decided not to use any of them. Instead, I decided to leverage jQuery’s built-in callback functionality to get a “delay” in one clean, simple, and super easy step. But, as always, there is a catch…