Over the weekend I ran into one of those situations where it felt like I had found a bug in a very commonly used portion of a very commonly used piece of software (jQuery). Of course, 99.99% of the time when that happens, I’m wrong, not the software.
Tag archive: jquery
I don’t always have reliable online access when I’m coding – in particular, I was on a bus today for a couple of hours and didn’t always have Internet access. There are a couple of dashboard widgets for MacOS X which I found that helped out on the jQuery documentation front.
First, there’s http://code.google.com/p/jquery-reference/. This widget is designed for browsing… click around in it, but don’t expect to search it.
Then there’s also http://blog.medallia.com/2007/05/jquery_reference_widget.html. This widget is designed for searching – if you know what you’re looking for, you can find it quickly.
They’re both useful in different ways, and I used them both this afternoon.