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51+ Best of jQuery Tutorials and Examples

51+ Best of jQuery Tutorials and Examples
Apr 24 2008 There’s stuff all over the Web about jQuery, but finding the best tutorials to get you started can be tough. Here are Examples and tutorials from jQuery masters to keep you on the right track. We will start with jQuery masters and feature some of their best tutorials, then we will move on to more categorized tutorials, cheat sheets and hacks. You can also take a look at other 3 articles in this series : So let’s get started and don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-Feed to keep track on our next post in this series. John Resig John Resig, creator of the JQuery JavaScript library and author of Pro JavaScript Techniques, is a Mozilla technologist focused on the relationship between Mozilla and the world of JavaScript libraries. Featured Tutorials of John Resig 15 Days Of jQuery 15 Days Of jQuery – Fantastic tutorials and example code that takes you from zero to hero in no time flat. Featured Tutorials of 15 Days Of jQuery Learning jQuery Featured Tutorials on Bassistance

40 Useful JavaScript Libraries - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Popular JavaScript libraries such as jQuery, MooTools, Prototype, Dojo and YUI can be great for accomplishing common JavaScript tasks. These libraries provide many functions, whether the matter is related to events or effects or AJAX. And if one of these libraries can’t do the job, a plug-in probably exists that can. Such flexibility is great but sometimes comes with a penalty (the size of JavaScript files being one of them). Blog Archive » jQuery Performance Rules Once upon a time, all we needed to worry about was reducing Bytes and Requests and playing around with load order to make things faster. Nowadays, we are increasingly impacting one more major component in performance – CPU utilization. Using jQuery and other frameworks that make selecting nodes and DOM manipulation easy can have adverse affects if you’re not careful and follow some simple practices for reducing the work the browser has to do. 1. Always Descend From an #id The fastest selector in jQuery is the ID selector ($('#someid')).

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50+ Amazing Jquery Examples- Part1 Dec 20 2007 * This post is regularly updated. * Many of us have been using a good deal of jQuery plugins lately. 25 jQuery Slider/Image Gallery Tutorials and Plugins This post was originally published several years ago. As technology and trends have changed over the years, the content of the post became outdated. So we’ve updated the post with all new examples that will be more relevant for modern design and development. Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners This free video tutorial will help get you started writing Java programs using Eclipse version 3.3. No prior experience with Eclipse or Java is assumed. The 16 lessons total about 3 1/4 hours and are each between 9 and 14 minutes long. The lessons guide you through a step-by-step process creating a simple "personal lending library" application. Each lesson is fully narrated. All of the code for the lessons is typed in "real time".

The Basics of jQuery ↩ Andrée So, a while back I had an internal presentation at work about this topic. A few good friends in the community took a look at my slides, and they thought it would make a nice blog post because “there can’t be too many good posts about jQuery introduction and best-practices.” Whether this post is going to be good or not, is up to you but I’ll try to outline what jQuery is, and how you can start working with it. For most of you, this will just be a re-cap and probably not provide much new information but can perhaps serve as a reference post if you ever need one. How Important Are UX Degrees and Certifications? By Janet M. Six Published: January 23, 2012 Send your questions to Ask UXmatters and get answers from some of the top professionals in UX.