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TorrentWatch-X is a Web-based tool to automate BitTorrent downloads. It is a fork of the torrentwatch project, which seems quite dead. It is meant to run on Linux and Mac OS X with different BitTorrent clients and make it work in all Web browsers. It
The incredibly popular jQuery library has released jQuery 1.4 on a new website that will celebrate 14 days of jQuery. There are a lot of new features, and as usual performance gains are showcased. Easy Setter Functions : For a while now, you’ve been
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New Live Events! jQuery 1.4 adds support for delegating the " submit ", " change ", " focus " and " blur " events...This is useful when you have to register event handlers on many elements, and when new elements may be added over time (using " .live()
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After a long break on the blog, I am back on the release date of jQuery version 1.4! Today is jQuery’s birthday and what can be a better present than a new version release? As I tweeted previously jQuery 1.4 has a lot to offer: better iframe support,
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WoorkUp has an interesting post on oEmbed, and how you can use jQuery to take something like a YouTube or Flickr URL and automatically load the video or image on the page. Facebook uses this technique to fetch thumbnails and descriptions when you