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Recently I used the inlineEdit plugin with a project that uses AngularJS. As the inlineEdit plugin only handles switching between non-editable and editable views and exposes the save/cancel actions it was pretty easy to integrate. What I ended up doing was wrap the inlineEdit plugin with a Directive that implements the ngModelController API. Take a […]
A colleague recently asked me how you typically write the jQuery DomReady and closure syntaxes with CoffeeScript. It’s actually quite simple but did require a bit of fiddling around to find the right recipe. So I thought I’d share this with you all just in case you’re wondering too! DomReady: # CoffeeScript jQuery ($) -> […]
HTML5 adds a new attribute to most form elements called a placeholder. Its purpose is to add a short hint inside data entry points that disappear on focus. This type of interaction isn’t new but is new to HTML as of version 5. For this reason not all browsers have implemented this feature. Try it […]
Being able to restrict the maximum length of user input from the interface directly is very convenient and practical in use. We do this a lot with input elements. Unfortunately textarea elements do not natively support the maxlength attribute. This attribute was finally added in HTML5 but at the time of writing Chrome is the […]