TSW WebCoder 2010 sneak-peak part 9: jQuery support

May 5, 2010

One of the single most requested features has been support for the jQuery JavaScript framework, and since I have been using jQuery for pretty much all my projects for the last couple of years, I can certainly understand why. In WebCoder 2010, I have added support for using jQuery, but I hope that you guys will help me add even more great JavaScript frameworks before the final version is released. More about that later in this post - let's see some screenshots of the new functionality:




I really hope you like what you see! Be sure to let me know what you think :)

Now, as I already said, this isn't only about jQuery. I have added general JS framework support in WebCoder 2010, and the jQuery part is really just an XML file of information, used by WebCoder. It is my great hope that you guys will work with me to create XML files for other JavaScript frameworks, so that we can support at least the most commonly used frameworks. I will be happy to reward you guys with free licenses for your work, and as soon as the first beta version is released, you can have a look at this XML file and see how simple it is. If you're eager to get started already now, feel free to contact me and I will send you a copy of the current jQuery framework XML file. Until next time, I'm eager to hear your feedback :)

Kasper (TSW) @ 3:05 pm in WebCoder

2 Responses to “TSW WebCoder 2010 sneak-peak part 9: jQuery support”

  1. Terry says:

    Finally! This alone would be worth purchasing WebCoder 2010! :) But I’ll take any other feature as well! ;)

    Great job Kasper. I can’t wait for testing this beast.

  2. BlackYeLL says:

    Really awesome work ! And not only this feature… all are great.

    I’m using Mootools, not jQuery, so maybe I’ll can work on the XML file for it :)

    You are genius :D

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