Screencast Most Useful jQuery Libraries JavaScript

  • Gregg Pollack
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  1. Faculty

    Gregg Pollack said

    Don't forget to hit that HQ button at the bottom right on the video, so you get better resolution.

  2. Eric Allam said

    Another library that isn't a jQuery library but is super helpful to use with jQuery is underscore.js. As they say "It's the tie to go along with jQuery's tux".

  3. Ismael Marin said

    Excellent screencast, i can't wait for the new jQuery Air Course, will it be possible to cover about responsive layout?, I do not know if with this libraries or maybe the best practices to do it.

  4. Miguel said

    I love the plugins for dimension devices.. great screencast!

  5. Zack Siri said

    awesome stuff, v helpful

  6. Zolzaya said

    Lool awesome stuff, very helpful. :)

  7. Faculty

    Gregg Pollack said

    Thanks guys, glad you liked the Screencast. Igmarin, unfortunately we're not covering responsive layout, but perhaps we'll see some of that in the CSS Anti-Patterns course coming up. =)

  8. Miguel said

    CSS Anti-Patterns.. sound really great!! I can´t wait :)

  9. Jérôme Mahuet said

    Awesome stuff Gregg. Another jQuery plugin I like a lot is timeago.js. It’s working the same way that “distance_of_time_in_words ActionView helper” in Ruby on Rails.

  10. Eric Adlam said

    haha! elasticide

  11. Alan Maciel said

    Good arsenal Gregg!!

  12. Tony Lea said

    Thanks Gregg :) I've used 'hoverIntent' myself and I really like it.


    So helpful dude, u rock!

  14. David Biehl said

    i was looking for something like chosen just the other day, and now i have something. looks great, thanks!

  15. 42 Dev Team said

    Couple of great gems in here. Nice work Gregg!

  16. Albert Pak said

    Sweet screencast :)

  17. heliogabalo said

    Good work and nice stuff.

  18. Ivan Ariel Cabrera said

    Thanks Gregg!

  19. CaptainHitz said

    The gift that just keeps on giving! Codeschool.

About This Screencast

There are a ton of open source jQuery libraries to help you build your web applications. In this screencast we'll walk through some of the more useful libraries that were recommended to me. We'll also look at a few newer libraries that help with Responsive Design.

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