jQuery Conference 2009: The jQuery UI CSS Framework and ThemeRoller

April 2020 note: Hi! Just a quick note to say that this post is pretty old, and might contain outdated advice or links. We're keeping it online, but recommend that you check newer posts to see if there's a better approach.

We were thrilled to attend and contribute to The jQuery Conference 2009 in Boston this past weekend. On Saturday afternoon, our own Todd Parker and Scott Jehl teamed up to present “The jQuery UI CSS Framework and ThemeRoller” (pdf), with a summary of our progress in the last year developing Theming in jQuery UI and tips on how to leverage the jQuery UI CSS Framework in custom widget development. On Sunday evening, Scott took part in the lively discussion Q&A panel about the direction of the jQuery and jQuery UI projects moving forward. Check out photos from the event on Flickr

Overall, the conference was a great success, receiving loads of positive reviews from the always-supportive and passionate jQuery community. We appreciate all of the nice feedback we received on our presentation, and are looking forward to see what the next year brings.

We’ve posted the slides from our presentation below in PDF format.

The jQuery UI CSS Framework and ThemeRoller: An in-depth overview oftheming and design in jQueryUI.

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