jQuery Autosave

27 Dec 2009 Ferado

No need to click a save button anymore with this jQuery plugin: jQuery Autosave. Seriously, this is something I’ve been wanting and never had the time to develop. Thankfully, these guys/girls created what I’ve been wanting. In this article I’m going to let you know some of the features this plugin offers, how to use it, link you to a demo, and thank you for taking the time out to read what I have to say!

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This plugin allows you to send the form when one input or element is changed. You can select something from a select list and send that data using this plugin. You can also override the default actions and create your own custom callbacks. I love callbacks by the way.

How to use it?

Just put the following snippet of code where you put your JavaScript:
[cc lang=”javascript”]
$(‘input’).autosave({ url: ‘/myurl’ });


The demo on the jQuery Autosave site is great, so I don’t think I need to re-invent the wheel. Please visit: jQuery Autosave and look for the word “demo.” It’s at the top of the page (currently).


Thanks for reading my article. With all the competition out there, I’m glad you came to me. Again, this is a great plugin. You’ve seen me talk about the features, how to use it, and I’ve given you the demo link. I hope you enjoy this plugin.

To download and install jQuery Autosave, please click the following button:


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