jquery-map-thumbDuring the last week, I’ve been pretty stuck into twitter and have come across a bunch of handy resources, especially where jQuery is concerned, so when Vince asked me to write up a little article, I thought I’d go through all the resources I’ve tweeted or retweeted the last few days, and get things all sorted into a cohesive group, that hopefully you people would be able to find useful.

So, let’s get started!

I thought it’d be nice to kick it off with an interview with John Resig, the creator of the jQuery Javascript Library.

As well known as jQuery is, I’m sure there are many of you who, like me, are still getting our feet wet and so I thought the logical place to start would be with something for the noobee :

Getting Into It..

jQuery does such a great job of making things easy and less complicated, and especially for us ‘front-end’ developers, the css-similarities make it even easier. I’ve tried to break the rest of the links and resources up into bits that would make logical sense, so without further ado, here’s the rest of ‘em! Tuck in guys! :)

Animation

Sliders, Lightboxes & Galleries

jQuery Galleries / Sites with excellent jQuery

Great jQuery Lists

Social Networking with jQuery

jQuery Plugins

A great little article on why you should create a jQuery Plugin, with a nice few resources at the end as well.

jQuery U.I.

jQuery 1.3

jQueryForms

Ajax and jQuery

Cheat Sheet for jQuery

Tips, Tricks & Code Snippets

Menus/Navigation with jQuery

UI Tricks & Tips

Miscellaneous

Flash & Other Multi-media

jQuery & .Net

jquery & Shopping Carts

And that about sums it up…

Thank you for taking the time to go through these jQuery links and resources! I hope you have found them handy and helpful! If you have any more you’d like to share please feel free to do so in the comments!

If you’d like, please follow me on twitter @cameronolivier!

Till later, friends.

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  • http://www.moralfibre.co.za vincent hofmann

    This is seriously incredible – there’s so much brain food here! I’ve been trying to see what I can come up with on wordpress utilizing java based plugins; the best implementation of which was one of your suggestions. Check out the moralfibre archive to see proof of the pudding : moralfibre.co.za/archive

    Thanks again for this; it really rocks.

  • http://www.minervity.com Richard Andersson

    Nice work Cam! This is seriously a great resource! Man, you do know your schtuff! Looking forward to the next one!!

    You rock!!

  • http://mytechworld.officeacuity.com Phil Wheeler

    Thanks for the mention Cameron. This is a really good list – I’ll be referring to it quite regularly, I think.

  • Talita

    Double thumbs up for the excellent work

  • Cam

    Hey Rich!

    Thanks :) glad you like it, buddy! catch you on twitterspace..

  • http://damnralph.com Ralph Whitbeck

    Great job. Thanks for the link back to my blog glad you found that useful.

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  • http://dev-tips.com Drew Douglass

    Wow! I am truly honored that you mentioned 3 of my articles in your list here (NETTUTS and Dev-Tips), thank you very much for the mention and excellent list of resources!

  • http://www.glennbyron.com Glenn Byron

    Thanks, this is a great resource. Here is one more link for the .NET people: How to use JavaScript libraries like jQuery or Prototype with AJAX.NET

  • http://www.fotokami.com ChiefWakambi

    Salute to you, Cam. I’ve currently studying the usage of Jquery and implementing it into my client web sites. Your post here will be my major reference for Jquery. I prefer short cuts rather than going into the lengthy explanations.

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  • http://webstandard.kulando.de Webstandard-Team

    Hy Cameron, you already listed one of my articles “Best of jQuery Tutorials” at your category Great jQuery Lists (thx for adding). Perheps you are interested in Part 2 and Part 3, too. They include very intersting nice Plugins and Tutorials.

    Greetings from Berlin, Germany!

  • Cam

    Thanks! :) was fun to put together.

    Thank you for the invite to post something in the first place. It’s very much appreciated.

    Cam

  • Cam

    Pleasure! Thank you for the article :)

    I hope you find this handy – I’ll be reffering to it a lot, myself, I think!

  • Cam

    Thank you. :)

  • http://twitter.com/cameronolivier Cam

    Hey Ralph,
    Always a pleasure. Thanks for the great content!

  • http://www.glennbyron.com Glenn Byron
  • http://www.moralfibre.co.za vincent hofmann

    Awesome thanks for the link! Much appreciated.

  • Cam

    Hi! :)

    I’m really glad this has been able to help!

    I’m more of a short-cuts kind of guy myself :)

    cam