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adam j. sontag

Member since Jun 9, 2009

Recent Blog Comments By adam j. sontag

  • Communicating With The Client Whilst Inside A ColdFusion Custom Tag

    Posted on Sep 27, 2010 at 11:25 AM

    This is so hella tight.... read more »

  • You Cannot Bind The Submit Event To Objects Using jQuery

    Posted on Apr 5, 2010 at 10:50 AM

    Also, if you look at the docs, it says the following types of arguments are allowed to pass to jQuery(): selector - a selector string element - a DOM node elementArray - an array of DOM nodes jQuery object - an existing jQuery object (pointless, but supported) [no arguments] - returns an empty jQue... read more »

  • You Cannot Bind The Submit Event To Objects Using jQuery

    Posted on Apr 5, 2010 at 10:35 AM

    So I'm relatively, but not 100%, sure that wrapping jQuery around an arbitrary object isn't actually supported. If you look at the code that inits a jQuery based on (selector,context), you won't see any logic there for handling generic objects. So while it does sorta-kinda work at present, I'm not... read more »

  • Viewing jQuery DOM Event Bindings With FireBug

    Posted on Oct 5, 2009 at 12:40 PM

    the FireQuery plugin for FireBug shows all jQuery .data() and such directly in the HTML view of Firebug, along with a bunch of other nifty features. A+++, Would DL Again! read more »

  • jQuery And Script Tags As Data Containers

    Posted on Jun 9, 2009 at 5:46 PM

    One of my favorite methods of the metadata plugin is with SerializeJSON and your favourite QueryToStruct implementation. If you are iterating through a query, it is easy to very tightly couple your data with your dom elements and spare yourself additional traversal later on when you need access to ... read more »

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