If you haven't poked around under the hood of jQuery, you might not be aware that when you pass the jQuery function an expression or DOM element it places these elements (or, possibly a single element) into an object, and then this object is returned so that it can be chained. Without getting into the […]
Since the release of jQuery 1.3 a month and a half ago, I've been keeping my eye on any troubles that people have had with their upgrades. Fortunately, most people have had no problems at all. For those who have, the issues have almost always been in one of three areas. Identifying these areas and […]
Among all of the great fixes and additions to jQuery 1.6, I'm happy to say that jQuery.map() now supports objects! The previous map only supported arrays. With other libraries already offering object support for map, it was a nice addition.