jQuery 1.1 Released!

It's jQuery's first birthday, and John Resig and the development team are celebrating in style with a brand new release of jQuery! Version 1.1 has just about every performance and feature improvement that I mentioned in my previous Year of jQuery entry — the huge speed improvements, the streamlined API, and even the much-improved documentation […]
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jQuery 1.1.2 Released

The jQuery project team has just released version 1.1.2 of the JavaScript library. This is a bug-fix version, recommended for everyone. If you are still using a version prior to 1.1, you should be mindful of the API changes (see the jQuery 1.1 announcement for details). If you're already using version 1.1 or later, you're […]
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Learning jQuery, the Book

For those of you who have been following the jQuery blog the past couple months, you may have noticed John Resig's mention of a secret: "There's a jQuery book in the works!" Well, I am thrilled to be able to leak a little more information about that secret. For the past few months my friend […]
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As most of you have probably noticed, the web site is down. John Resig has posted an explanation of what is going on, but you might not be able to see it depending on your DNS settings. Here is a copy of his words, taken from his post to the discussion list: Sat. May […]
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The site is up and running again. The DNS is still propagating across the net, so it might not be available quite yet from every location, but it should be fully reachable within the next day. I'll leave source files on my server for the next couple days, so feel free to grab them […]
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Book Excerpt – Table Manipulation

Packt Publishing has just posted an excerpt of our new book Learning jQuery: Better Interaction Design and Web Development with Simple JavaScript Techniques on their site. The excerpt covers table sorting, pagination, row highlighting/striping, and basic tooltips. It also gives a hat tip to Roger Johansson of 456 Berea Street and Christian Bach of jQuery […]
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