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Bootstrap 5 Removes jQuery Dependency

The Bootstrap 5 Alpha was released in June 2020. The new Bootstrap removes jQuery and no longer supports Internet Explorer (IE). The team said it’s time to move on from “what’s outdated or no longer appropriate”.

The Bootstrap framework, originally developed and open-sourced by Twitter, has been an indispensable tool for web developers. It provides a ready-to-use set of UI components and a grid system essential for adaptive web pages that need to display well across PC and mobile browsers. Since its inception, Bootstrap has always had a dependency on the jQuery framework. The jQuery framework, originally created in 2006, is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks of all time. It provides powerful language features and cross-browser compatibility in an era when web technologies are going through many challenges and experimentations to support a variety of use cases ranging from interactive web pages, single-page apps, AJAX requests, and mobile web apps.

Fast-forward to 2020, with JavaScript standards and dominant web browsers already supporting most of the features in jQuery, the Bootstrap team decided to move on. The Bootstrap 5 framework has removed jQuery as a requirement. It saved 85KB of minified JavaScript, which could be significant as Google starts to use page speed as a ranking factor for mobile web sites, and soon for desktop web sites as well. The Bootstrap team does this because Bootstrap 5 also no longer supports Internet Explorer. The team noted that all supported browsers provide jQuery replacement features in vanilla JavaScript. The decision to drop Internet Explorer is probably due to the fact that IE’s market share has now dropped below 3% even among Desktop PC users.

Developer Flavio Copes has an article on “Should you use or learn jQuery in 2020” In it, he pointed out vanilla JavaScript replacements from jQuery’s most popular features. Here are some examples.

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Bootstrap 5 Removes jQuery Dependency

Volt - Free Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard

Volt Bootstrap 5 Dashboard Preview

Volt is a free and open source Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard featuring over 100 components, 11 example pages and 3 customized plugins. Volt does not require jQuery as a dependency meaning that every library and script’s are jQuery free.

Bootstrap 5 Components

Because it is created using the latest version of Bootstrap 5, every components and element is based on the latest Bootstrap 5 Sass variables and HTML markup. Check out the documentation of the components here.

11 Example pages

We created no less than 11 advanced example pages such as the overview page, transactions, user settings, sign in and sign up and many more.

Full documentation

Every component, plugin and getting started is thoroughly documented on our online documentation.

Workflow

This product is built using the following widely used technologies:

  • Most popular CSS Framework Bootstrap
  • Productive workflow tool Gulp
  • Awesome CSS preprocessor Sass

Table of Contents

Demo

Dashboard Transactions Settings Forms
Dashboard Transactions Settings Forms
Sign in Sign up Forgot password Reset password
Sign in Sign up Forgot Password Reset password
Lock Profile 404 Not Found 500 Server Error Documentation
Lock Profile 404 Not Found 500 Server Error Documentation

Quick start

  1. Download from Themesberg or clone this repository
  2. Download the project’s zip
  3. Make sure you have Node locally installed.
  4. Download Gulp Command Line Interface to be able to use gulp in your Terminal.
npm install gulp-cli -g
  1. After installing Gulp, run npm install in the main volt/ folder to download all the project dependencies. You’ll find them in the node_modules/ folder.
npm install
  1. Run gulp in the volt/ folder to serve the project files using BrowserSync. Running gulp will compile the theme and open /index.html in your main browser.
gulp

While the gulp command is running, files in the assets/scss/, assets/js/ and components/ folders will be monitored for changes. Files from the assets/scss/ folder will generate injected CSS.

Hit CTRL+C to terminate the gulp command. This will stop the local server from running.

Theme without Sass, Gulp or Npm

If you’d like to get a version of our theme without Sass, Gulp or Npm, we’ve got you covered. Run the following command:

gulp build:dev

This will generate a folder html&css which will have unminified CSS, Html and Javascript.

Minified version

If you’d like to compile the code and get a minified version of the HTML and CSS just run the following Gulp command:

gulp build:dist

This will generate a folder dist which will have minified CSS, Html and Javascript.

Documentation

The documentation for Volt is hosted on our website.

File Structure

Within the download you’ll find the following directories and files:

Volt Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard
.
├── README.md
├── gulpfile.js
├── package-lock.json
├── package.json
└── src
    ├── assets
    │   ├── img
    │   └── js
    ├── index.html
    ├── pages
    │   ├── components
    │   ├── dashboard
    │   ├── examples
    │   ├── settings.html
    │   ├── tables
    │   └── transactions.html
    ├── partials
    │   ├── _analytics.html
    │   ├── _footer.html
    │   ├── _head.html
    │   ├── _navigation.html
    │   ├── _pages-preview.html
    │   ├── _preloader.html
    │   ├── _scripts.html
    │   └── dashboard
    └── scss
        ├── volt
        └── volt.scss

Browser Support

At present, we officially aim to support the last two versions of the following browsers:

Resources

Reporting Issues

We use GitHub Issues as the official bug tracker for Volt Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard. Here are some advices for our users that want to report an issue:

  1. Make sure that you are using the latest version of Volt Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard. Check the CHANGELOG from your dashboard on our website.
  2. Providing us reproducible steps for the issue will shorten the time it takes for it to be fixed.
  3. Some issues may be browser specific, so specifying in what browser you encountered the issue might help.

Technical Support or Questions

If you have questions or need help integrating the product please contact us instead of opening an issue.

Licensing

Useful Links

Social Media

Twitter: https://twitter.com/themesberg

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themesberg/

Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/themesberg

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themesberg/

#bootstrap #bootstrap5 #bootstrap-5 #bootstrap-5-dashboard #bootstrap-5-admin-dashboard #themesberg

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Dynamically Add/Remove Multiple input Fields and Submit to DB with jQuery and Laravel

In this post, i will show you how to dynamically add/remove multiple input fields and submit to database with jquery in php laravel framework. As well as, i will show you how to add/remove multiple input fields and submit to database with validation in laravel.

dynamically add remove multiple input fields and submit to database with jquery and laravel app will looks like, you can see in the following picture:

add/remove multiple input fields dynamically with jquery laravel

Laravel - Add/Remove Multiple Input Fields Using jQuery, javaScript

Follow the below given easy step to create dynamically add or remove multiple input fields and submit to database with jquery in php laravel

  • Step 1: Install Laravel App
  • Step 2: Add Database Details
  • Step 3: Create Migration & Model
  • Step 4: Add Routes
  • Step 5: Create Controller by Artisan
  • Step 6: Create Blade View
  • Step 7: Run Development Server

https://www.tutsmake.com/add-remove-multiple-input-fields-in-laravel-using-jquery/

#laravel - dynamically add or remove input fields using jquery #dynamically add / remove multiple input fields in laravel 7 using jquery ajax #add/remove multiple input fields dynamically with jquery laravel #dynamically add multiple input fields and submit to database with jquery and laravel #add remove input fields dynamically with jquery and submit to database #sql

Bootstrap 5 tutorial: how to build a simple admin dashboard interface

Almost 2 months ago Bootstrap 5 alpha has been launched and there are two big news: jQuery has been dropped as a dependency and there is no more direct support for IE 10/11. We’ve been playing around with the new version of the framework and it is exciting to see some features such as the Utility API and working with vanilla JS.

Simple Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard Preview

In today’s tutorial, I would like to show you guys how to create a really simple admin dashboard interface using Bootstrap 5. Here’s an online demo if you want to check it out before building it. You’ll create the following sections:

  • A navigation bar with user settings;
  • A sidebar with navigation items;
  • A section to show the title, tagline, and breadcrumbs for the current page;
  • The main content area with a couple of widget cards;
  • Last of but not least a footer.

Read more at Themesberg Blog - Tutorial: How to Build a Simple Admin Dashboard Interface using Bootstrap 5

#tutorial #bootstrap5 #bootstrap-5 #bootstrap-5-dashboard #bootstrap-5-tutorial

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Fannie Zemlak

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Bootstrap 5 declara o FIM do jQuery

Confira nesse vídeo algumas informações importantes de como o Bootstrap 5 trabalha com JavaScript. Confira algumas dicas e veja o Bootstrap 5 e seu novo jeito de trabalhar com JavaScript.

00:00 | Chegou a hora do JS no Bootstrap 5
00:15 | O que vamos ver nesse vídeo de Bootstrap 5
01:46 | Bootstrap 5 e seu JavaScript
02:39 | Versão do arquivo JS do Bootstrap 5
04:56 | Bootstrap 5 como Módulo
06:23 | Dependências do Bootstrap 5
08:01 | jQuery no Bootstrap 5
09:45 | Conflitos JavaScript no Bootstrap 5
10:43 | Dicas finais de JS no Bootstrap 5

#bootstrap 5 #fim do jquery #bootstrap

Tia  Gottlieb

Tia Gottlieb

1596984840

Bootstrap 5 Removes jQuery Dependency

The Bootstrap 5 Alpha was released in June 2020. The new Bootstrap removes jQuery and no longer supports Internet Explorer (IE). The team said it’s time to move on from “what’s outdated or no longer appropriate”.

The Bootstrap framework, originally developed and open-sourced by Twitter, has been an indispensable tool for web developers. It provides a ready-to-use set of UI components and a grid system essential for adaptive web pages that need to display well across PC and mobile browsers. Since its inception, Bootstrap has always had a dependency on the jQuery framework. The jQuery framework, originally created in 2006, is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks of all time. It provides powerful language features and cross-browser compatibility in an era when web technologies are going through many challenges and experimentations to support a variety of use cases ranging from interactive web pages, single-page apps, AJAX requests, and mobile web apps.

Fast-forward to 2020, with JavaScript standards and dominant web browsers already supporting most of the features in jQuery, the Bootstrap team decided to move on. The Bootstrap 5 framework has removed jQuery as a requirement. It saved 85KB of minified JavaScript, which could be significant as Google starts to use page speed as a ranking factor for mobile web sites, and soon for desktop web sites as well. The Bootstrap team does this because Bootstrap 5 also no longer supports Internet Explorer. The team noted that all supported browsers provide jQuery replacement features in vanilla JavaScript. The decision to drop Internet Explorer is probably due to the fact that IE’s market share has now dropped below 3% even among Desktop PC users.

Developer Flavio Copes has an article on “Should you use or learn jQuery in 2020” In it, he pointed out vanilla JavaScript replacements from jQuery’s most popular features. Here are some examples.

#html5 #css #jquery #html #web development #bootstrap #development #news