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jQuery Tools UI Library by Alex Libby

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Summary

In this chapter, we had a look at the third and final part of jQuery Tools, in the form of Toolbox. We've learnt how to expose objects on a page, using Expose, and that this is actually used as a basis for the main Overlay functionality from Chapter 2, Getting along with your UI Tools. We also looked at FlashEmbed—even though the technology is arguably being superseded by the advances of HTML5 functionality in newer browsers, it can still play a vital role in older browsers for as long as they still exist. Then we learned about mousewheel and history, and how although you may use them separately in your projects, it is more likely that you will use them as a configuration option in one of the many tools that make up the jQuery Tools library. ...

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