Entries Tagged as 'Events'

Making Framework Agnostic Isomorphic Web Applications with Query Strings and HTML5 pushState

December 11th, 2016 by zoltan · No Comments

Do you want the state of a web page to be rendered by both the client and the server side? Is having the state of a JavaScript rendered web page to be controlled by the page’s query string important to you? Is important for you to ensure that your page’s state can be shared correctly via email and social media? If you want all of this without being tied into any specific framework (e.g. React, jQuery, Angular, etc) and done using progressive-enhancement, read on.

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Tags: Events · Events · forms · HTML5 · pushState

Fixing oninput in IE Using html5Widgets

May 12th, 2011 by zoltan · 2 Comments

Even though onforminput is deprecated, oninput will allow developers to do dynamic calculations on forms with little JavaScript knowledge. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work in IE8 and lower, and there are some small bugs in IE9′s implementation when trying to delete characters inside a form field. So I implemented a fix for these issues with an update to my cross-browser HTML5 Forms polyfill, html5Widgets.

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Tags: Events · Events · Forms · HTML · HTML5 · JavaScript · Polyfills · Uncategorized

Is onforminput Deprecated in HTML5 Forms? (And Why Should I Care Anyways?)

May 10th, 2011 by zoltan · 6 Comments

The onforminput event has been stripped out of HTML5, and it makes me sad. This article will show examples of how it works, how you can use it today in browsers that don’t support it, and hopefully will also present a good case as to why it should be put back into the HTML5 specification. Should something this useful and easy-to-use be abandoned?

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Tags: Events · Events · Forms · HTML · HTML5 · Polyfills