jQuery 1.2 API Reference

by Simon. Average Reading Time: less than a minute.

Among the plethora of JavaScript libraries to have been released, few have been recognised to be as effective as jQuery. This lightweight library has been the subject of different discussions since it was launched in 2006. Basically, jQuery has the ability to flawlessly string together JavaScript together with HTML. Because of its effectiveness, there have different types of lightweight applications and plug-ins launched using jQuery. Ajax based websites that offers simple interface would virtually work together using jQuery’s simple interface.

Download the jQuery 1.2 API Reference (360KB).

More information can be found on the jQuery Website.

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