Thursday, December 22, 2011
I am leading a project that is now going to go from running in the US to running across the world over the next 6+ months.
It currently uses a lot of different tech: ASP.NET MVC3, HTML5, jQuery, jQuery UI, KnockoutJs (w/Mapping), jQuery Templates, jQuery DataTables, EF4 and a host of other home-grown and one-off type technologies.
So, I started browsing the usual suspects, especially a previously bookmarked Scott Hanselman blog post (suspiciously a 7-month-old "part 1" with no "part 2" yet *holds breath*).
Confusingly, this library (not a plugin anymore) is maintained/developed by the jQuery UI team now, even though there's no dependency.
So, apparently, the supported(?), in-development code is now the "Globalize" library whose wiki is here (on the jQuery UI site, where else? ... O_o)
Hope that helps save someone else some time.