jQuery Edge: Better Support for other Windows and Documents

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 .bind(), .css(), .width(), and .height() have all been updated to work with other windows and documents.

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Ending The ga.js Wait

Google Analytics is ubiquitous, not least of all because it’s better at what it does than most of the alternatives. Also, it doesn’t require any install or maintenance. And it’s free. What’s not to like?

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40 Useful JavaScript Libraries

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.

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DRYing up Flash Embedding

beautyOfCode: jQuery Plugin for Syntax Highlighting « .Net Braindrops

JavaScript Function Call Profiling

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.

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Release:jQuery 1.3 – jQuery JavaScript Library

WordPress Plugins: Implementing jQuery Tutorial « Steve Reynolds

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jCquard: The Do Less, Punch More JavaScript Library

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