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Posted 5 Dec 2011

jQuery UI Alerts Dialog using ThemeRollers

, 2 Mar 2013
jQuery UI Alert dialogs to replace the JavaScript dialogs (alert, confirm, prompt)



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4 - publicly available Yes 2-Mar-13 5:36 Available Dennis E White
The article has been approved
3 No 2-Mar-13 5:07 Pending Dennis E White
linked this article to next article in series and changed licensing
2 No 31-Oct-12 8:25 Pending Dennis E White
changed the license to match what is used with jQuery and jQuery UI.
1 No 5-Dec-11 4:44 Available Deeksha Shenoy


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Dennis E White
Software Developer
United States United States
I am software developer with over 20 years of professional experience. I have been employed as a software developer since the early 90′s back when Microsoft’s Windows 3.1x was gaining popularity and IBM’s OS/2 was the predominant leader in 32-bit PC based Operating Systems.

Prior to choosing this as my profession I had studied architecture and then later Electrical and Mechanical engineering in college. As a young kid growing up I always played with computers, my first computer was a TRS-80 that I would spend countless hours writing programs for, I never really thought of programming as a profession. The story goes that in my final year of college I took a C/C++ programming class and had so much fun working on the various projects that my professor told me something that changed everything.

“You know they pay people to do stuff like this for a living?” – Professor Bolman

Check out my blog here.

My current and ever evolving projects:

jqAlert javascript alerts done right for those using jQueryUI.
DooScrib Doodle and scribble pad written in javascript for use with HTML5 Canvas.

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