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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010
jQuery Globalization plugin — jquery.glob.js
This is the first post of a series that are dedicated to jQuery’s new Microsoftcontributed Globalization plugin or shortly
. In this first post I willtry to cover the very basics like library licensing, “the good & the bad” and somethoughts on how it could be improved (IMO).
I will be post some jQuery globalization plugin tutorials in coming days, so bare with me.
Before we jump intolicensingandsupportissues, first things are first.
What’sup with the name?
It’s confusing! When did we start calling localization (l10n) aglobalization?! I haven’t seen any g12n abbreviations lately, have you? When Ifirst came across it, I thought it was some wicked jQuery solution to "globalvariables are evil" idea or solution to some other problem that I am not evenfamiliar with :) Don’t you agree, it’s confusing a bit.
So, there you go. One little improvement: "Don’t confuse, rename it!"
Before we talk about the jQuery globalization plugin license, let me mention thatthis plugin is now
officially supported by jQuery Project
. Which means that itwill be under continues improvement by jQuery core team and will be compatiblewith the future jQuery and jQuery UI releases. Also globalization plugin willbecome a part of the jQuery UI project.
jQuery Project officially supports jQuery Globalization plugin.
Now, the legal stuff – the license. Because jQuery project accepted theglobalization plugin as officially supported (and of course because Microsoftagreed to its terms) jQuery Globalization plugin is distributed under
the samelicense as core jQuery.js
. So you are safe to do pretty much anything.
jQuery Globalization plugin is licensed under the same non-restrictive terms as the core jQuery.js
After playing with the plugin for a while I realized that it does not do any DOMmanipulations and you certainly don’t expect any animations. So
what’s thepoint of having it as jQuery plugin
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