Notes in 9 – adding a jQuery library to your XPage – 100th Post

Today marks the release of my third Notes in 9 video entitled Adding a jQuery library to your XPage. I am always talking about how quick and easy it is to find and add a jQuery plugin to an XPage and in this video I have tried to demonstrate that. This video is in addition to my previous post on the trunk8 plugin

The Notes in 9 video can be found here

In less than 15 minutes I:

  • show the plugin homepage (trunk8)
  • download the library
  • add the library files to my database
  • add the files as a resource to my XPage
  • configure the plugin using Firebug
  • add the plugin code to my XPage
  • finish

This blog post is here for questions/comments and general discussion if anyone feels like it 🙂

It is also my 100th blog post – thanks to Dave Leedy without who’s support I don’t think I would be where I am today.

Notes In 9 - Drive to 99
Notes In 9 – Drive to 99

Code Snippets

The code snippets can be found here

Video Notes and code snippets

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