jQuery UK 2015 is Almost Here

jQuery UK is back in March (March 6th to be exact) this year with a great line up of speakers.   Just in case you were interested in attending, we thought we would give you a quick breakdown of some of the speakers and what you can expect.  If you don't feel like ponying up […]
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Looks like 2015 is going to be a big year for jQuery. is an open-source  Javascript/Physics framework and they recently announced  their involvement in jQuery. This move by is an exciting step for jQuery.  It means that via jQuery, web developers will get high performance 3D animations and physics effects.  The first step […]
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This post has been a long time in coming, and I'm sure it comes as no surprise to anyone who has been to the site in the past year and a half. But it's time to make it official: the Learning jQuery blog has come to an end. I started this blog seven years ago […]
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Introducing jQuery API Search

Half-baked tutorials and plugins have been stacking up for months in my virtual kitchen, waiting for me to fire up the oven, finish the cooking, and spread them out on the table. For some reason, though, I've become less and less sure about whether I've put all the right ingredients into the mix. It's irritating, […]
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Spring 2010 jQuery Conference: San Francisco Bay Area

Since the fall of 2007, jQuery developers around the world have been making an annual pilgrimage to Boston, Massachusetts, to meet jQuery team members, JavaScript luminaries, and other jQuery developers at the official jQuery Conference. This spring, in response to growing demand, the jQuery Project is offering its first-ever official jQuery conference on the U.S […]
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Better, Stronger, Safer jQuerify Bookmarklet

A long time ago I built myself a little bookmarklet to load jQuery on pages that don't already have it. The idea was to allow me to play around with any page on the web, using jQuery in the Firebug (and now Safari or IE8) console. I blogged about it, got lots of great feedback, […]
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