jQuery To The Rescue
5 comments | Posted: 1 February 06 in Tutorials, by Cody Lindley
addevent();) of manipulating the DOM with multiple events only after the DOM is available. In addition, adding events is built into the library itself. On top of all this the library has a compressed version of the JS code, which saves me time because I don’t have to fix it with JSLint in order to compress it myself. It’s enough to make any client-side code monkey giddy with joy. And did I mention how cool Chainablemethods are!
So in order to demonstrate how simple it is to use JQuery I have setup some examples using Chainablemethods and how one might architect the library in a web page. However, before you jump into my examples you might want to spend some time reading the JQuery Documentation and looking at the tutorial available on the JQuery website.
Make sure to give the very last example a close look. It demonstrates how to use JQuery with functions created outside of the library.
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