jQuery UI

http://www.coreservlets.com jQuery UI 1. Make a page or section of a page with three tabbed panels, with labels

Ajax-Exercises.fm jQuery UI 1. Make a page or section of a page with three tabbed panels, with labels “Prototype”, “jQuery”, and “Dojo”. If you click on “Prototype”, you should see a few headings that say “Here is some cool information about Prototype”. Do something similar for the other two tabs. Embed the panel content right in the page. 2. Make a page or section of a page with four tabbed panels, with labels “1″, “10″, “100″, and “1000″. If you click on any of the tabs, you should see a server-generated random number in that range. Hint: this is super-easy once you recall that Double.parseDouble will turn a String into a double in Java. E.g., d is 7.5 below: double d = Double.parseDouble(“7.5″); 3. Repeat the basic idea of problem 1, but use an accordion panel instead of tabbed pan- els. 4. Make a textfield with a label that says “Choose a Date”. When the user clicks in the textfield, a calendar should pop up. 5. Repeat the previous problem, but add in a pushbutton that sends the date to the server. The server should return a string that says something like “Your trip is con- firmed for some date”. Insert the server result into the page below the textfield. 6. Make a slider that lets the user select a value from 1 to 100. When the user presses a pushbutton, the slider value should be sent to the server, and a random number in that range should be returned and inserted into the page. You shouldn’t have to change your server-side code from problem 2. http://www.coreservlets.com

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