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Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
Using JavaScript in Drupal
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Using JavaScript in Drupal

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An overview of how to use JavaScript in Drupal, including an in-depth look at drupal.js

An overview of how to use JavaScript in Drupal, including an in-depth look at drupal.js

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  • 1. jQuery in Drupal Part Two DrupalCon Szeged 2008
  • 2. Agenda • Using jQuery in Drupal • Keeping jQuery up to date in Drupal • AJAX • AHAH and Drag
  • 3. jQuery in Drupal • In core since Drupal 5 (version 1.0.1) • chosen for its small file size • modular, like Drupal itself • has a great community, like Drupal :-)
  • 4. Using jQuery in Drupal • Important functions on the PHP side – drupal_add_js() • Add a JavaScript file, setting or inline code to the page • parameters: data, type, scope, defer, cache • Examples: – drupal_add_js(drupal_get_path(‘module’, ‘mymodule’) .'/myjs.js'); – drupal_add_js(array(‘myjs’=>$mysettings), ‘setting’); – Drupal_add_js(‘var myVar = “foo”;’, ‘inline’);

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