Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

jQuery API Browser Update

Category: jQuery, LiveSearch

<>p>Remy Sharp has revived the jQuery API browser at a new location. The old API browser hadn’t
been updated since 1.1.3 and most other API browsers were running from the old doc structure (e.g. gotapi.com/jquery).

Remy added live searching and direct linking.

jQuery API Browser Updated

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not a bad idea. Visual jQuery is a little better if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for. which is probably why this site/concept wasn’t maintained.

Comment by jj4 — February 13, 2008

Visual jQuery is great for my need, which is finding things when I don’t know the name. Too bad it’s getting more and more out of date.

Recognition rather than recall…

Comment by Sam Hill — February 13, 2008

I agree, that link is snazzy and the live searching is hot but I love the categorization in Visual jQuery.

Comment by krunkosaurus — February 13, 2008

Additionally, I’d like to see bookmark capability on methods so that you can email/aim references to other people (I do this a lot.) It doesn’t have to be dynamic like the live search, just a link to bookmark or save the link. You can do this by appending a query string and checking that on DOM ready.

Comment by krunkosaurus — February 14, 2008

I agree – Visual jQuery is my favorite source because of the categories. At least this one is updated, though

Comment by Jigs — February 14, 2008

Better one can present jQuery internal model, hows its model flow works.

Comment by bollywood — February 15, 2008

THANK THE GODS!

Comment by rektide — February 15, 2008

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