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5 Things You Should Stop Doing With jQuery

by Burke Holland

In doing so, I’d like to share 5 things in jQuery that I think you should think twice about doing. 1. Stop Using Document Ready Back in the day of…

Replacing jQuery with Vanilla JavaScript

by Brian Rinaldi

see how we’d set this up using jQuery. Setting Up a jQuery Toggle On its surface the jQuery implementation is very simple and straightforward. One of jQuery’s key strengths is…

Rethinking DOM Traversal

by Brian Rinaldi

things jQuery has handled well since day one. In “Internet time” though, seven years is forever. Back in 2006, when jQuery was initially released, Flash was hot and and Rich…

Is jQuery Too Big For Mobile?

by TJ VanToll

…Remember that we’re talking about jQuery, and there’s a simple way to avoid any additional latency costs when using jQuery: instead of placing jQuery and your app’s code in their…

Writing Better jQuery Code

by Matt Carella

for this Combine jQuery with Native JavaScript When Needed As I was saying before, jQuery is JavaScript, and this means that in jQuery we can do the same things

Create Your First Mobile App with PhoneGap Build – Adding jQuery Mobile

by Brian Rinaldi

…directly below our existing stylesheet link within index.html. <link rel=”stylesheet” href=”” /> <script src=””></script> <script src=””></script> While we’re at it, if you haven’t already, we might as well add in…

Towards a More Modular Future for JavaScript Libraries

by Brian Rinaldi

…an Exception for jQuery Depending on jQuery though, is OK, because you’re already using jQuery, right? jQuery is rock solid, battled-tested, has a stable API, and it’s only the most…

2013 – The Year in Web Development

by Brian Rinaldi

pushed so much further in 2013 helped bolster developer’s confidence in creating their own custom elements with a framework like AngularJS. 2013 was also another tumultuous year for mobile, as…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

things you should stop doing with jQuery. Are you doing them? 5 Things You Should Stop Doing With jQuery May Excellent and thorough walkthrough of RequireJS fundamentals by Burke Holland….

The Angular Way

by Nicolas Bevacqua

jQuery’s API, called jqLite. It’s not that jQuery is evil, or that we need yet another implementation that somewhat reflects their API. It’s just that using jQuery isn’t very Angular….