Tag: jQuery

jQuery Validation – Dates, “Say, What?”

A “bug” for jQuery Date validation, how could that be? Recently, an unusual “bug” was reported by our QA Team.  The bug was for field validation for a DateTime property.   The implementation was nothing special, just the standard MVC implementation

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jQuery Versions & NuGet

Background: jQuery 2.x was released that recently dropped support for IE8.  If you want to support IE8, you need to be aware of the version you are on. http://blog.jquery.com/2013/04/18/jquery-2-0-released/  “jQuery 2.0 is intended for the modern web; we’ve got jQuery

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JSON.stringify support for IE7 – Continued

Background: I previously posted JSON.stringify support for IE7.  The post describes issues with IE7 support for JSON.stringify.  I recently came across another solution that does not require referencing the Douglas Crockford’s json2.js script. The Even Simpler Solution… Add the following

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JSON.stringify support for IE7

Background: Are you using AJAX calls using JSON in your web app?  Are you using JSON.stringify to convert JavaScript objects to JSON?  Everything seems to be working just fine until you try it in IE7. Here’s the problem, IE7 runs

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