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Now, let's take a look at some reference materials that you can use to learn more about jQuery or to help you solve problems as you're working through things. The first is api.jquery.com. This is the actual jQuery language reference published by the jQuery foundation itself. So this is always the most authoritative resource. It's your first place to go and it's actually quite good. There's also jqapi.com, which is an alternative way of browsing the same information. Take a look at it. You might find the user interface of it to be a little nicer than api.jquery.com. It should stay current, but it isn't necessarily guaranteed to be as current as the one hosted by the jQuery foundation at api.jquery.com.
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