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removeClass("idleFie6 jQuery snippets you can use to manipulate select inputs « Flexible Developments
I rolled up the autocomplete plugin (Rein + Yehuda) of my last few posts with the Facebook style text list (Guillermo) of my autobox post. We’re calling it Autobox2: click here to see the demo. Then, download it: jquery.ui.autobox-0.7.1.zip Updated 12/11 (see comments) jquery.ui.autobox-0.7.0.zip Although it is missing some of the behavior of autobox1, it’s a more solid and extendable implementation. It also fixes what is in my mind the most glaring problem of autobox1, the fact that it needed the entire list in the initial ajax call. Autobox2 makes AJAX calls the same way that the autocomplete one does, makes a server call with the current contents of the input box. This is the way you would expect. I will no longer be releasing any more changes to Autobox1 and you can consider it deprecated. (I’ve noted this on the main Autobox1 post.) As to the implementation, it is based on the Rein and Yehuda’s autocomplete plugin as detailed in 2 previous posts. There were a few things borroweTextboxList « Devthought
Facebook style autocomplete
dev thought's version of the popular facebook textboxlist
best facebook style autocomplete jquery plugin.
wow, this is the shit!In-Field Labels jQuery Plugin
sigh, I've been meaning to do this
This is a simple plugin that turns properly formatted HTML forms into forms with in-field label support. Labels fade when the field is focussed and disappear when text entry begins. Clearing a field and leaving brings back the label.In-Field Labels: A Better Way + jQuery Plugin | Fuel Your Coding
Last week I was dealing with a unique problem. I needed to set focus to a username field, but the field had an in-field label. The script was set to clear outjQuery Inline Form Labels | Trevor Davis
FILTER_FLAG_ENCODE_LOW - Encode characters with ASCII value below 32Pen v keyboard v Newton v Graffiti v Treo v iPhone (Phil Gyford’s website)
For some time I’ve been meaning to test my small collection of PDA/smartphone gadgets to see which of their methods of input was quickest. The iPhone’s software keyboard? The Newton’s handwriting recognition? Palm’s Graffiti? With the possible imminent arrival of a tablet from Apple that will save the world, it seemed a good time to get round to the test.
Phil Gyford tested a small collection of PDA and smartphone gadgets to see which of their methods of input was quickest. He tested six input method: Apple Newton handwriting recognition (1997); Palm Vx Graffiti (1999); Palm Treo 650’s hardware QWERTY keyboard (2004); Apple iPhone 3G’s software QWERTY keyboard (2009); old-fashioned Pen & Paper; a full-size QWERTY keyboard. He copied out 200 plus words. And he did it twice for each input. The results were surprising. Palm Graffiti was surprisingly slow. Handwriting was surprisingly slow. The iPhone soft keyboard was surprisingly fast.
Productividad escribiendo en diferentes dispositivos. For some time I’ve been meaning to test my small collection of PDA/smartphone gadgets to see which of their methods of input was quickest. The iPhone’s software keyboard? The Newton’s handwriting recognition? Palm’s Graffiti? With the possible imminent arrival of a tablet from Apple that will save the world, it seemed a good time to get round to the test.
Sehr schöne kleine Statistik. Das iPhone gewinnt nach der QWERTZ Tastatur und vor der Handschrift.Rethinking Forms in HTML5 | Nettuts+
一番幅のある要素のwidthを割り出して他もそれにするjQuery Text Change Event - ZURB Playground - ZURB.com
Simple cross browser detection of text changes for input and textarea elements using a jQuery custom event plugin by ZURBInputNotes jQuery Plugin