[Courtesy of Dave Wallace]
My demonstration will cover:
- outputting information to the web browser’s console
- conditional statements
- loop structures
- Document Object Model (DOM) Manipulation with jQuery
- event handling with jQuery
- jQuery Documentation
Beyond the extensive list of jQuery functions you can use by calling it’s base library, there are countless repositories of jQuery code written at this point, many of which are free and open-source to use in your projects.
Some Examples to get you started:
- jQuery Plugin Registry : the official source that is always a good place to start.
- Nivo Slider : not free, but a a quite robust example of an image slider with solid documentation, style & options
- qTip : an advanced tooltip module with tons of UI options.