Smylers at stripey.com
Thu Mar 21 11:41:47 GMT 2013
Mallory van Achterberg writes:
> Ah, jQuery, something I try to avoid except when I can't.
Thanks for that. Is there any decent combined documentation for
I've been liking using jQuery for little bits of (optional) user
interface polish, but keep being caught out by not knowing proper
Sometimes I'm surprised by jQuery not having a way of solving a
of doing it (so jQuery doesn't need to). But it doesn't seem much fun to
to know because jQuery does them better, in order to find these.[*1]
Indeed, it seems to defeat much of the purpose of a nice easy-to-use
abstraction layer if to use it you need to first know the awkward
> $work says "here we do jQuery".
> Instead of, say, jQuip.
Oooh, what's that? Should I be using it instead of jQuery?
may be allergic to it.
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