Wondering why should you use the bundled library when you need only a small set/part of library features? Well, though the bundled ju library is very light and has many useful facets that you would find handy now or later, I have provided the ju plugins as independent modules. However all plugin required ju.core plugin as prerequisites. Below is a quick feature list of the plugins.
ju Plugin source code repository on GitHub.
Available Plugin’s in ju Library
|Plugin Name||MD5||Download Link (minified)|
|juCore v1.0 **||dc8edecf8ac57a54b6494a7d7cbafd78||Download|
This is the core plugin of JU library that lets you retrieve and play with most of the DOM objects available on an HTML/XHTML.
This plugin has the API for manipulating the browser attributes and retrieving the browser plugins available on the client/end-user machine that invokes the JeeUtil API. The results of these API may be extrapolated to work on other real time solutions.
This plugin has the API for working or retrieving the ju.doc attributes of the HTML/XHTML. The results of these methods may then be worked upon to get the desired results. As of now, the API primarily focus on Element attributes.
Need a drag drop form features on a simple HTML page without using Flash? Explore this plugin.
This plugin implemented as per ISO 8601 has API for interacting with Date & Time attribute in the browser. Using these methods and manipulating it a little bit shall let you display the user time zone system clock time on webpage.
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