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jQuery Mobile Custom Select Filterable Widget

In a previous post, I demoed my extension to jQuery UI’s Autocomplete widget. Now, you can try out the jQuery Mobile version – jQMSelectFilterPro – on my development site and download the code from GitHub.

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jQuery UI Autocomplete Widget Extension

Many of my personal and professional projects use the jQuery UI Autocomplete widget. Customers love being able to type a search term and have their choices limited to only those items in which they’re interested. The base widget, however, doesn’t

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HTML5 Dynamic Charts – JavaScript and the Canvas 2D Context

Now that the HTML5 and Canvas 2D specifications are feature complete (December 2012) and most companies have pushed IE9 to their clients, I wanted to take advantage of the canvas element’s 2D Context to create dynamic charts – without using

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Consuming a RESTful web service with jQuery and Ajax

In my last post, we created a REST WCF web service using Visual Studio 2010. In this article, we’ll write a client side web applicaiton that uses jQuery and Ajax to consume a REST web service. First, create an HTML

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JavaScript, jQuery and Ajax for reporting on SharePoint lists

In this post, I will show you how to query two SharePoint lists using jQuery and Ajax. We will then combine the results into a summary report. I originally created this example for SP 2007 with the requirement it be

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