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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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jQuerify Bookmarklet

Someone recently asked if it was possible to somehow include jQuery in Firebug for testing jQuery code on web pages that don't already have it included. It's not only possible to include the jQuery source right from the Firebug console, but you can also add a bookmarklet to your Bookmarks toolbar for one-click jQuery action! […]
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Have Your jQuery Fun on Any Site with Greasemonkey

Hot on the heels of my jQuerify Bookmarklet entry [note: update bookmarklet here] and John Resig's Hacking Digg with Firebug and jQuery entry, Joan Piedra has put together a Greasemonkey user script (Firefox only) that lets jQuery load automatically on any site that you've set for it in the Greasemonkey preferences dialog.
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Updated jQuery Bookmarklet

For the most recent version of the bookmarklet, see the Better, Stronger, Safer jQuerify Bookmarklet entry. About 1 1/2 years ago I put together a little "jQuerify" Bookmarklet (and blogged about it here). It's a nice little tool that allows you to play around with jQuery on a page that doesn't already have jQuery loaded […]
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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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Setting up Visual Studio Intellisense for jQuery

In September 2008, at the jQuery Conference, it was announced that Microsoft would be shipping its upcoming releases of Visual Studio with jQuery built in. They would not fork or change the jQuery code but ship it as is. Microsoft also announced that they would distribute IntelliSense-annotated documentation JavaScript files for Visual Studio 2008 that […]
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