Posts with tag: 'jQuery'

jQuery Plugin for ImageEngine






ImageEngine is an image resizing tool particularly suited for web mobile scenarios where it can significantly reduce the image payload of and improve the load time of views. ImageEngine works as a plain and smart Content Delivery Network (CDN). It sits in between your server application and the client browser and replaces the host server when it comes to serving some, or all, of the images of the web view. In this article, we’ll see how to encapsulate the functionality of the ImageEngine in a jQuery plugin. An Executive Summary of ImageEngine Because a picture is always worth a thousand […]

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jQuery is mobile? Detect Mobile Devices with WURFL.js and jQuery






There is no need to explain how awesome jQuery is. It is the Go-To place for developers looking for tools. However, when it comes to browser and device detection, jQuery comes up short. A common question for jQuery is mobile device detection. However, jQuery.browser was deprecated, and finally removed in version 1.9. So, jQuery doesn’t provide functionality to detect browser or device. jQuery is mobile? Get the answer with WURLF.js Instead, the documentation recommends to try feature detection. Fair enough. However, we often get questions about whether WURFL and jQuery can play together. A quick Google search confirms that this […]

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