Join Joe Chellman for an in-depth discussion in this video Reference Materials, part of jQuery for Web Designers.
- [Voiceover] When you're working with jQuery…or, indeed, anything that involves programming,…it's good to have reference materials…so that you can get help.…This will save your desk,…it'll save all your furniture…from having head shaped dents in them.…So here are a few places that I recommend…you can look for help.…The first is the jQuery API website…here at api.jquery.com.…This is the centralized location…for all of the documentation for…everything that jQuery includes.…It is a single giant list of methods and everything else,…as you can see, and, of course, it's searchable.…
So I can search for any method,…and find both the name of that method,…if such a thing exists,…like append here, and then all of these other methods…have that word included as well.…It is also categorized, as you can see…over here in the left sidebar.…So it's very browsable, it's very searchable.…This is good.…But you do have a few other alternatives as well.…Jqapi.com, as you can see, it's an…alternative jQuery documentation browser.…Unfortunately, it's not kept as up to date…
- When to use jQuery
- Installing jQuery
- Setting up functions
- Using jQuery classes
- Modifying the DOM
- Event binding
- Reading and setting values
- Integrating plugins
- Animating websites with jQuery
Skill Level Intermediate
1. jQuery Introduction
2. Essential Concepts
3. It's Easier in jQuery
4. Integrate a Plugin
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