Announcement

Welcome to Learning jQuery!

Welcome to the new Learning jQuery — a multi-author weblog with the aim of sharing information about this most amazing of JavaScript libraries. As we post entries, you might begin to notice that the three authors — Karl, Dan, and JonBob — approach jQuery, JavaScript, and life in general from three different perspectives. Our programming […]
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Documentation now linked

A new feature has been implemented; all jQuery code snippets we post will now be linked to the appropriate part of the documentation. So, for example, when we post: [js] $('div.foo').find('a').hide().end(); [/js] You can click on the function names "find," "hide" and "end" for more information on the functions. These definitions are culled from the […]
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TextMate Bundle for jQuery

JonBob and I have been working on a TextMate bundle for jQuery over the past few weeks. If you're not familiar with TextMate and you own a Mac, you should definitely check it out. It has saved me countless hours of repetitive keystrokes with its bundles, which contain commands, code snippets, templates, and macros that […]
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Visual jQuery Magazine Issue 1

The first issue of Visual jQuery Magazine is now available from the Visual jQuery website. The website is an excellent reference for the jQuery API. In fact, it hooks right into the comments of the latest jQuery version, formatting everything into a highly readable, visually appealing page. The new monthly magazine extends the Visual jQuery […]
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jQuery 1.0.2 Now Available

John Resig just announced on the jQuery mailing list this evening that jQuery 1.0.2 has been released. According to Resig, "This release is a huge bug fix release - and it is highly recommended that you upgrade right away." Resig also credited Jörn Zaefferer with much of the work on this latest jQuery version: I'd […]
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The Year of jQuery

I hereby decree that 2007 shall be the Year of jQuery. Well, what else would you expect from a blog about jQuery? But, really, this is not just another case of wishful thinking, or even one of those lame prediction posts that have been spinning around the web lately. Admittedly, the title might suffer from […]
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