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GeneralRe: use JQuery in C# code PinmemberGSingh-Developer29-Aug-12 9:26 
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GeneralRe: use JQuery in C# code Pinmemberjkirkerx30-Aug-12 8:34 
That's a good explanation you wrote there Bob.
I guess he wants to write a class in which if you want to animate an object, you just call his class and the object, and he does the rest.
I don't think just a class is big enough for that, so he's needs some serious engineering there on how to build it.
You and I could actually write something like that, but I don't have a need for that at this moment in time.
But I have my thinking cap on now, and if I needed it today, I would attempt to write a jquery plugin, that you just attach to the object, to call the simple animations needed by the user.
So that's the answer, write a jquery plugin then. I forget the OP's Name, so OP, I'd leave the out of this, and look into writing a plugin.
Here's a link with some sample code to get you started today![^]
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