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jQuery UI,QUnit, and Sizzle tutorials


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there is a tutorial on jQuery here

http://www.w3schools.com/jquery/

 

however, the documentation of the library itself is likely to yield more substance (examples, questions + answers, examples, etc) and depth.

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Those are just a few out of hundreds of different Javascript libraries out there, some more popular than others. They aren't web standards, but created by people using Javascript. If you want information for a library that was created by somebody you probably should go to the website of the person who created it, as they'll have the full documentation.

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Or you can always just read the code of the library to see what it does. That requires a good knowledge of Javascript though, which you should have regardless of whether or not you're working with a library. The final word when dealing with a library and what it can do is always the code itself. It's great if someone created documentation or tutorials, but the code is what matters.

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