Don’t use jQuery? Why not?

Everyone once and a while, you see a blog post or website complaining about people using jQuery. There’s a lot of reason for people to say this, but from what I’ve seen, it really boils down to just a few reasons: Pure Javascript is faster – In almost all aspects of life, better speed creates better applications. Page […]

jQuery – Remove handlers from global AJAX functions

If you’ve used the jQuery Ajax functionality, you may be familiar with the Global Ajax Event Handlers, a nice set of functions for binding callbacks on to the various stages of an Ajax request. For instance, you can bind functions on ajaxSend and ajaxComplete, which are called when the request is sent and completely successfully, respectively, to show […]