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Do you use JQUERY with IBM i?
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Published: 26 Mar 2014
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Do you use JQUERY with IBM i? Published by: Bob Cozzi on 26 Mar 2014 view comments(2)

I am considering standardizing on JQuery as my JavaScript toolbox of choice. I'm wondering if that's what people are standardizing on in IBM i shops, or if you're using something else for Web page construction/design/javascript.

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Posted by: Viking
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Posted: 9 years 11 months 7 days 17 minutes ago

I was introduced to ExtJS and Sencha when I used CNX Valence and I thought it was great.  Don't know how it compares to JQuery though.

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Posted: 9 years 11 months 6 days 49 minutes ago

No but I've read great things about it. Is a very popular java!--script-- framework, extendable. That would be my choice. 

Here's example of someone extending it: 


Chris Ringer