jQuery Growl 1.0.1 Released

The first ‘stable’ release of jQuery Growl has been posted to the jQuery Plugins Repository. This release does not bring any ‘major’ new features to the table, but it does bring with it a nice long ‘testing phase’ where the plugin has been tried, tested and proven to work on a number of ocassions.  There is one new feature, which is the ‘close’ link that can now be included in the noticeTemplate — this link, when available, has a ‘click’ event assigned to it which calls ‘notice.remove()’ when clicked.

Also, James over at Honest Illusion has written up some decent documentation for the plugin, just ignore the ‘rant’ about my lack of documentation and skip to the good part … thanks again James.

On that note, if you’ve been using jQuery Growl on your site, please leave a comment on my blog and let me know.  I’d love to see some of the implementations that have come about since the creation of the plugin.  Thank you.

2 comments for “jQuery Growl 1.0.1 Released

  1. John Dent
    July 8, 2009 at 11:09 am

    David,

    Thanks for Growl. Unfortunately I’m suffering from the lack of documentation, and honestillusion.com fails to respond. Is there any documentation elsewhere?

    jd

  2. July 8, 2009 at 11:39 am

    Unfortunately, I never took the time to document the script as thoroughly as I would have liked too. However, the demo page is a perfect example of usage and I believe it utilizes all of the ‘advanced’ features.

    The script is fairly simple to use, if you have a specific question answered just let me know and I’ll post an example of whatever solution your attempting to accomplish.

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