C H A P T E R  23

Using the Drag & Drop Interactions

In addition to the widgets I showed you in Chapters 18-22, jQuery UI also includes a set of interactions. These are lower-level building blocks that allow you to add functionality to your web application interface. In this chapter, I describe the draggable and droppable interactions, which you can use to add drag and drop to an HTML document.

The interactions follow the same basic structure as the widgets. They have settings, methods, and events. I will follow the same pattern in describing the interactions, but I'll be jumping around a little to accommodate the unique nature of some of the interactions.

It is hard to show the effect of applying the interactions using screenshots. They are, ...

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