This code was used in the jQuery: Nuts, Bolts and Bling presentation delivered at Front End Design Conference in St. Petersburg, FL.
Important! Because we are using AJAX, you cannot run this at the
file:// protocol in some browsers. To run this code you need to run it at
http://. The easiest way to do this is to upload it to a personal website and play with it there. The next easiest (If you are on a Mac), is to open Terminal and navigate to the directory where this file lives. Then run:
python -m SimpleHTTPServer
Then point your browser to http://0.0.0.0:8000 and try out the files.
Most of this code was revealed during the live coding session. Only the result remains in this
source code format (With the exception of some of the steps used in the
doTimeout section). Here are a few notes about the concepts presented:
The process for generating our test data file (
- Visit the API endpoint on the Dribbble api, in this case:
- Save this file as
- Open the file and add
var johnneiner =to the beginning, and
;at the end.
- Include this new js file on our page with our mocks
We are simulating a cross domain request and I ran into some issues using the normal mockjax
proxy method, so I took this approach instead. If I find a better workaround, or mockjax is updated to make this easier, I will try to update this repository to reflect that.
Then, you add the code found in
To test that our fake data works like the real data, simply remove the three mock
<script> tags from
index.html, and also in the first section of code in
Ben Alman's [jQuery.doTimeout] plugin makes dealing with timers almost effortless. During the live coding session, we looked at how to implement this plugin to get some great results.
If you want to follow along on the progression we took during the live coding session, visit the bottom of
js/script.js and one by one uncomment
second_try, etc. Be sure to only have one uncommented at a time. Don't leave
third_try running at the same time, for instance.
final_try is of course the final working interaction. The comments in the
script.js file explain about the expected interactions at each stage, and any problems you might see during that time.
Please see the
SIL Open Font License 1.1.txt file in the
fonts/ostrich-sans-fontfacekit directory for information on the license for the Ostrich Sans web font used in this project.
@font-face kit used was downloaded from Font Squirrel.
- Website theme built on a stripped down version of HTML5 Boilerplate
- jQuery Mockjax
- jQuery doTimeout
- jQuery Tmpl
All code not mentioned in the Font or Included Libraries section (excluding the data returned from the Dribbble API) uses the following license:
Copyright (c) 2011 Douglas C. Neiner
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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