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jQuery UI Introduction

jQuery UI is built on the jQuery JavaScript library and interactive widget library, you can use it to create highly interactive Web applications. This tutorial will explain you how jQuery UI works.

jQuery UI properties

Easy to use

Inheritance jQuery ease of use features, providing highly abstract interface, short-term improvement in website usability.

Free open source

Dual-use MIT & GPL licensed, free product to easily meet various enterprise product authorization requirements.

Extensive compatibility

Compatible with all major desktop browsers. Including IE 6 +, Firefox 2 +, Safari 3 +, Opera 9 +, Chrome 1+.

Light and fast

Between components relatively independent, it can be loaded on demand, to avoid wasting bandwidth, slowing down the speed of opening Web page.

Standard Advanced

Support WAI-ARIA, by standard XHTML code provides progressive enhancement, low-end environment to ensure accessibility.

Beautiful and varied

It offers nearly 20 kinds of preset themes, and up to 60 custom style rules can be configured to provide 24 kinds of background textures to choose from.

Open Publication

From a structural planning to write the code, open full, documentation, code, discussions, everyone can participate.

Strong support

Google CDN content distribution network providing support for the release code.

Complete finished

Development Kit contains built-in 40 languages, including Chinese package.

Shortcomings, deficiencies

  • 1. Code is not robust: the lack of a comprehensive test cases, some components Bugs more, can not achieve enterprise-class product development requirements.
  • 2. Architecture Planning shortcomings: lack of coordination between components API, in conjunction with the lack of help.
  • 3. less control: with respect to the Dojo, YUI, Ext JS and other mature product available controls less, unable to meet the complex interface functional requirements.