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jQuery Proven Performance Tips And Tricks (Slides) Thanks to everyone that attended the jQuery London and London Web Standards meetups this month. As requested, here are the slides from my talks including links to all of the jsPerf tests embedded for each section. Summary In case you missed the talk, the main takeaway from it was the importance of performance-testing your JavaScript and jQuery code (and appreciating performance gotchas you can keep in mind when writing code that uses jQuery). I feel that this is an area developers can significantly benefit from investigating further. jQuery Proven Performance Tips And Tricks (Slides)
Version: 3.2 – Added a “className” option so you don’t have to use “.slider” as the wrapper Version 3.1: Changed “children” to “find” so it will work with a UL. Thanks to Oro for the feedback Sliding Labels Official Plugin Release [ver. 3.2] · CSSKarma Sliding Labels Official Plugin Release [ver. 3.2] · CSSKarma
Martin Angelov Apple has long applied a winning strategy in marketing – create well designed products, have a dedicated fan base, and let the hype build up before every product release. This is also the case with the latest version of their iPhone. But what I found interesting is the term they coined – “Retina display” and the promo image accompanying it. Apple-like Retina Effect With jQuery Apple-like Retina Effect With jQuery

Fancy Sliding Form with jQuery

Fancy Sliding Form with jQuery $(function() { var fieldsetCount = $('#formElem').children().length; var current = 1; var stepsWidth = 0; var widths = new Array();
Hacking at 0300 : Understanding jQuery UI widgets: A tutorial Last modified May 31, 2012. Updated for jQuery 1.8 This was written largely to help me make sense of using UI to create my own widgets, but I hope it may help others. Hacking at 0300 : Understanding jQuery UI widgets: A tutorial