jQuery Templates and Data Linking (and Microsoft contributing to jQuery)
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Published: 07 May 2010
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In this article, Scott examines the concept of jQuery Templates and Data Linking. After a short introduction of jQuery Template Support, he examines jQuery Client Templates and support for Client Data-Linking including Two Way Linking and Converters with the help of relevant screenshots.
by Scott Guthrie
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The jQuery library has a passionate community of developers, and it is now the most widely used JavaScript library on the web today.

Two years ago I announced that Microsoft would begin offering product support for jQuery, and that we’d be including it in new versions of Visual Studio going forward. By default, when you create new ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC projects with VS 2010 you’ll find jQuery automatically added to your project.

A few weeks ago during my second keynote at the MIX 2010 conference I announced that Microsoft would also begin contributing to the jQuery project.  During the talk, John Resig -- the creator of the jQuery library and leader of the jQuery developer team – talked a little about our participation and discussed an early prototype of a new client templating API for jQuery.

In this blog post, I’m going to talk a little about how my team is starting to contribute to the jQuery project, and discuss some of the specific features that we are working on such as client-side templating and data linking (data-binding).

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