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A JQuery Lift Module
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A Lift JQuery Module currently supporting

  • JQuery v1.8.2
  • JQuery v1.7.2
  • JQuery v1.7.1
  • JQuery v1.6.4

Module version:

  • 2012-11-10 v2.0

Latest updates

  • 2012-11-10 v2.0 artifact releas with JQuery <= v1.8.2
  • 2012-11-03 v2.0-SNAPSHOT - Added JQuery v1.8.2

Latest Stable Releases:

  • 2012-11-10 v2.0 stable artifact released for Lift 2.5-M3 (Scala 2.9.1, 2.9.1-1, 2.9.1)
  • 2012-09-11 v1.0 stable artifact released for Lift 2.5-M2 (Scala 2.9.1, 2.9.1-1, 2.9.1)

Latest snapshot Release:

  • 2012-11-03 v2.0-SNAPSHOT release for Lift 2.5-M2 (Scala 2.9.1, 2.9.1-1, 2.9.1)

As this is a very simple and one purpose only Lift Module you may wonder why you should use it, so here we go

Usage Benefits:

  • Very Smooth up/down-grade (a one-liner change in your Boot.scala and module version bump in your build file).
  • The intention of this module is to closely follow the upstream releases.
  • Compile from same source the module will automatically give you minified files in production.

If you have a update request you can either make a pull request or make a update request in a issue report.


In your build system

For example in build.sbt add dependency on

"net.liftmodules" %% "lift-jquery-module" % (liftVersion+"-X.Y.Z-SNAPSHOT")

Where X.Y.Z-SNAPSHOT is the module version.

In bootstrap.liftweb.Boot


import net.liftmodules.JQueryModule

In Lift template


<script id="jquery" src="/classpath/jquery.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

Usage example

For a usage example take a look att my Templating-With-Twitter-Bootstrap

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