20 jQuery Cheatsheets, Docs and References for Every Occasion

20 jQuery Cheatsheets, Docs and References for Every Occasion – Speckyboy Design Magazine.

Worth mentioning: jqapi.com and the jQuery 1.4 cheatsheet as PDF.

Published in: on March 31, 2010 at 2:08 pm  Leave a Comment  

Interesting jQuery graph drawing libraries

  1. Canviz
    Canviz is a JavaScript library for drawing Graphviz graphs to a web browser canvas. More technically, Canviz is a JavaScript xdot renderer. It works in most modern browsers.
    via canviz – Project Hosting on Google Code.
  2. jsplumb
    This jQuery plugin provides a means for a developer to visually connect elements on their web page, in much the same way you might have seen on Yahoo Pipes. It uses Canvas in modern browsers, and Google’s ExplorerCanvas script for stone-age browsers. Full transparent support for jQuery dragging is included, and the API is super simple.
    via jsplumb –  Project Hosting on Google Code
Published in: on March 22, 2010 at 10:02 am  Comments (2)  

No Flash? No Problem!

jQuery.spritely is a jQuery plugin created by Artlogic for creating dynamic character and background animation in pure HTML and JavaScript. It’s a simple, light-weight plugin with a few simple methods for creating animated sprites such as the birds you see on this page, and dynamic scrolling backgrounds.

via jQuery Spritely | Spritely.

Published in: on March 11, 2010 at 8:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

Cheat Sheet Central

Find a very useful overview of numerous “cheat sheets” at Smashing Magazine’s website. CSS, XHTML, C# and Python are only a few languages which are covered here.

The Apache Cheat Sheet is quite useful:

or the Regular Expressions cheat sheet: 

Published in: on December 17, 2006 at 5:59 pm  Comments (3)  

the web developer’s handbook

Check out Vitaly Friedman’s “the web developer’s handbook“. It’s an awesome collection of very useful links to sites about CSS, DOM, AJAX, design etc.

Published in: on September 14, 2006 at 8:41 pm  Leave a Comment  

The AJAX response: XML, HTML, or JSON?

This is an interesting article about the “ideal” output format for the AJAX response on Quirksmode.
I like the JSON approach.

Published in: on June 21, 2006 at 8:08 am  Leave a Comment