The book jQuery in Action is no light reading. It's not the type of book you can read in a couple of sittings. I started reading my copy several months ago. It might easily become one of the best three-to-five computer books I'll read in my life. I am reading the excellent appendix now, titled:
So I modified my Shovell code to use unobtrusive jQuery. Read more →
Where did time go? Last time I added an entry to my Learning Ruby on Rails journal, it was May 6th. Today is October 30th. There may have been 40 days of learning between then and now. I am back into it — is what matters. Read more →
There's a very sweet jQuery plugin that makes it possible to bind event listeners to elements that may not have been added, yet, to the document. Read more →
I received in the mail my pre-ordered copy of Pro Drupal Development Second Edition yesterday.
The book is a brick. 667 pages with the index.
Let's start with a context, as a context makes the whole process fun. You want to sell frozen sweets. Each frozen sweet has its variants. Generally-speaking, these variants specify a quantity, and a flavor — and some sweets come with the option of being sugar-free. The following is a screenshot of the popsicle product page as it is now.
To be fair, there could be much more variants here. I was limited to 10 SKUs when I set up my fake shop for this tutorial. Still, seeing these 8 options in a table next to 8 radio buttons is not very pretty.
What we'd aim for would be something like this: