Monthly Archives: January 2013

Menubar and jQuery Layout Elements for Nitrogen

Quite interestingly in jQuery UI library there is a distinction between “Menu” and “Menubar” elements, and even more intriguing “Menubar” element is missing from the official jQuery release and only present in development branch. jQuery UI Menu element allows vertical … Continue reading

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Using Nitrogen with Cowboy and upgrade of Nitrogen_Elements to jQuery 1.10

jQuery team has recently announced the major releases to jQuery lib (to v1.9) and jQuery UI (to v1.10.0). The changes to both libraries are very large and quite frankly I feel like staying away for some time from jQuery 1.9. … Continue reading

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How to build Progressbar custom element with Nitrogen

I will continue showing examples how to build custom elements for Nitrogen Web Framework. You can find another one in this post. This time we will look at implementation of “Progressbar” control. Addition of this element is on TODO list … Continue reading

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How to use HTML5 History API with Nitrogen

One of the problems with building dynamic Ajax applications is that browser updates only parts of the page and is not changing the location, so it is difficult to give a user the link to the current state of the … Continue reading

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How to enforce execution order of javascript actions in Nitrogen

Nitrogen is still very young and there are certain weaknesses which one starts discovering after initial introduction. The problem I hit recently is related to the order of execution of javascript actions which Nitrogen outputs to the page. The problem … Continue reading

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