By Brandon Aaron on May 14, 2009
jQuery in the past hasn’t always played well with other windows and documents than the one it was loaded in. However, jQuery is moving in the right direction to help ease the pain of cross window/frame development. There have been several commits recently that make previously window/document dependent methods, well… less dependent. So far
.height() have all been updated to work with other windows and documents.
By alex on April 12, 2009
By Umut Muhaddisoglu on March 3, 2009
By adamwulf on February 24, 2009
By John Resig on February 23, 2009
With jQuery 1.3.2 out the door I’ve been looking for more ways to profile and optimize jQuery.
Previously I did a survey of jQuery-using sites to figure out which selectors they were using. This led to the construction of the new Sizzle Selector Engine which targeted those selectors for improvement.
By adamwulf on January 20, 2009
By adamwulf on December 4, 2008