This is a alternative interface to browse the Official jQuery Documentation that can be found on GitHub . The aim of this project is to get out of the way of your development work. Quickly switch to this docs and find what you are looking for. jQAPI - Alternative jQuery Documentation Browser
moment().add(String, Number); moment().add(Number, String); // 2.0.0 moment().add(Duration); // 1.6.0 moment().add(Object); Mutates the original moment by adding time. This is a pretty robust function for adding time to an existing moment. To add time, pass the key of what time you want to add, and the amount you want to add. moment().add('days', 7); Moment.js | Documentation
readme.md Chart.js Simple HTML5 Charts using the canvas element chartjs.org nnnick/Chart.js
jstayton/jquery-marcopolo README.md Marco Polo A jQuery autocomplete plugin for the discerning developer. After spending years struggling with various autocomplete plugins, I became fed up with their bugginess, poor documentation, lack of updates, inflexibility, and antiquated coding patterns. Surely something as fundamental as autocomplete could — really, should — be done better.
The <canvas> element is a new element apart of HTML5. It allows you to draw shapes, paths, images, and other drawings on a blank element called the canvas. Creating a canvas Before you can draw on the canvas, you need to create one. Of course, the canvas can be any width/height you want. You may also wish to give the canvas an ID (for future reference). Methods | jCanvas Docs
A lightweight customizable lightbox plugin for jQuery Fork me on GitHub View Demos ColorBox, A jQuery Lightbox
Sizing and Positioning Fancybox | GiveGoodWeb You’ve probably seen Fancybox all over the place. In a way, it’s the living-successor of ThickBox and Lightbox. I was recently on a project where I had to both size and place it. Sizing it is easy. Say you have a link tag with an id of opener, like this:
Probably one of the first topics covered when you get started learning about jQuery events is the concept of canceling the browser’s default behavior. For instance, a beginner click tutorial may include this: This function toggles the hiding and displaying of #mydiv, then cancels the browser’s default behavior of visiting the href of the anchor tag. jQuery Events: Stop (Mis)Using Return False