Helping you understand jQuery

Some recent articles have discussed the need for having “really good” tutorials for JavaScript libraries.

As always, we’re working to make the jQuery documentation better and more useful, so I want to pose the following question: What are some tutorials that would help you better use or learn jQuery? Make sure it’s something simple (like “Building a drop-down menu.”) and not something really complex (like “Building a complete shopping cart system”). Feel free to post your suggestions here in the comments, it’ll help to give us a good idea of what people want and what needs better explaining.

We’ve recently started working on the reorganization of the jQuery documentation wiki. Right now it’s quite messy and all over the place. As you can see from the new wiki’s structure, however, is that we’re going for a much more thorough representation of jQuery itself. Within each of these topics we want to include a number of useful “common case” tutorials that will help you to better understand the functions in the jQuery API.

So please: (Taking into account what you see of the new wiki’s structure) What would help you better learn, and use, jQuery?

Posted: December 13th, 2006


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