jQuery UI


jQuery UI is a JavaScript library that gives abstractions for low-level communication and animation, advanced effects and high-level, themeable widgets, built on top of the jQuery JavaScript library, that can be used to build interactive web applications. It was presented to public in September 2007, announced in a blog post by John Resig on jquery.com. The latest release, 1.10.1, needs jQuery 1.6 or later. jQuery UI is free, open source software, licensed under the MIT License. Features As of the 1.9.0 and 2.0.3 release: Interactions Widgets All of jQuery UI’s widgets are completely themeable using a consolidated, coordinated theme mechanism. Tabs – Tabbed user interface handling, with both inline and demand-loaded content Tooltip – Show a Tooltip Datepicker – advanced date-picker Dialog – Show dialog boxes on top of other content, easily and robustly Menu – Show a Menu Progressbar – Progress bars, both animated and not accordion – accordion containers autocomplete – auto-complete boxes based on what the user types Button – Enhanced button appearance, turn radio buttons and checkboxes into pushbuttons Slider – Fully customizable sliders with various features: Spinner – Show a Number Spinner Effects Effect – a variety of effects (appear, slide-down, explode, fade-in, etc.) Toggle – Toggle an effect on and off Color animation – animate the transition from one color to another Toggle Class, add Class, Remove Class, Switch Class – animate the transition from one set of styles to another Hide, Show – Using the effects above Utilities Position – Set a composition’s position relative to another element’s position (alignment)

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