They just updated the official site with new documentation that's an
improvement over the old site (plus, they're up to 1.4 now).
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 12:29 PM, Hagedon, Mike <
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> This doesn't answer the question; more I just want to point out for anyone
> else learning jQuery that I've found the API reference at visualjquery.comto be helpful. It's only 1.2.6, but I've used the information with 1.3
> successfully so far.
> Mike Hagedon
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> Ken Irwin
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] favorite jQuery plugins for libraries?
> Hi all,
> I'm on a mission to finally learn some jQuery, and I'm kind of falling in
> love with it. In particular, I'm finding in it the perfect tool for
> modifying our OPAC in ways that the catalog vendor never intended, tweaking
> the DOM to my heart's content.
> Having worked my way through the basics of the language (I'm using the
> "Learning jQuery" book, which is a good introduction but has a
> nearly-useless index) I'm curious about the vast array of jQuery plugins.
> There are too many to know, and reading the descriptions it is not
> immediately apparent to me what they do.
> So I ask those of you who use jQuery: Do you have favorites, or ones that
> you find particularly relevant to the kind of work that we do? ("The kind of
> work that we do" varies quite a bit, but still...) The only one I've really
> explored so far is the dataTables plugin, which I will be keeping in mind
> for future applications.
> Nicole: your "Library Mashups" book is next on my list; I'm looking forward
> to it.
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