jQuery Control Toolkit v0.2

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Downloads: 7883
Released: Dec 17, 2009
Updated: Dec 17, 2009 by neonp
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

improved the modalpopupextender (based on jQueryUI), and corrected a bug in the dropdownextender. But you still have :
  • a jQuery function positionTo (which is on the todo list of the jquery team : http://wiki.jqueryui.com/PositionTo
  • an easy way of making tooltips (using the positionTo)
  • a "sharepoint user selection control"-like : the ability to validate words, and once validated, the whole word only can be deleted
  • a drop down menu (as in the Microsoft Ajax Control Toolkit)
  • a cascading dropdownlist (as in the Microsoft Ajax Control Toolkit)
  • a function to get the window size
  • a function to build bound object from given position and size
  • a function to know if the object bounds are in the bounds specified (used to position tooltips)

.NET Extenders :
  • CascadingDropDownExtender (extender for the previously mentionned cascading dropdownlist function)
  • DraggableExtender (extender for the jQuery.UI draggable function)
  • DroppableExtender (extender for the jQuery.UI draggable function)
  • ModalPopupExtender (extender for the jQuery.UI draggable function)
  • ResizableExtender (extender for the jQuery.UI draggable function)
  • SortableExtender (extender for the jQuery.UI draggable function)
  • a base JQueryExtender, with validation if the value of a property is declared as a selector

Reviews for this release

     
keep it up, can't wait till you have the tab extender
by lindows on Feb 21, 2011 at 5:18 AM