Articles tagged with ‘jquery’

Bootbox 2.0.0

The arrival of Twitter's second major version of Bootstrap heralds a new release of Bootbox, a simple JavaScript library I wrote back in November last year to programatically leverage Bootstrap's modal functionality. Shadowing Twitter's release like this is somewhat inevitable—their 2.0 branch is not compatible with older 1.x releases, so by upgrading Bootbox's dependency it too automatically becomes incompatible with older versions.

The upgrade process from 1.1.2→2.0.0 is pretty straightforward: this article explains the major changes, discusses some new dependencies and introduces some minor additional functionality.

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Bootbox.js - alert, confirm and flexible dialogs for twitter's bootstrap framework

I’ve been using twitter's bootstrap framework for a number of site builds recently, mainly because it gets me from black-and-white markup to vaguely-presentable websites in a very small amount of time. Version 1.3 introduced some JavaScript plugins to complement the array of stylistic elements it already provided - notably code to invoke dialog boxes, or modals.

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