»New jQuery Project Team Members
The jQuery team would like to welcome our newest team members, Yehuda Katz, Nate Cavanaugh, & Klaus Hartl.
These three developers have made invaluable contributions to the jQuery projects in terms of time, knowledge and commitment to the community.
»New jQuery API Browser
The jQuery team continues to pump out additional tools and resources to make development using jQuery easy, efficient and productive. The
latest addition to jQuery's growing list of tools is project team lead Jorn Zaefferer's new jQuery API Browser.
»Introduction to Firebug and jQuery, Screencast
A new screencast is up that takes an introductory look at using the Firebug Firefox Extension and jQuery together -
combining the two to build a reusable bookmarklet that can manipulate Digg Posts and Comments.
»jQuery 1.1.1 The bug fix release for 1.1 is now ready for
all to use. There were a lot of weird behaviors that were discovered post-1.1 that needed to be remedied sooner, rather than
later. If you were having any difficulties with the 1.1 release, please try this new release to see if your problems were solved.
»Interface 1.1 Released The ever-popular, jQuery-based, Drag-and-Drop,
Animation, and Widget library, Interface has just released version 1.1 to coincide with the release of jQuery 1.1.
»jQuery Birthday: 1.1, New Site, New Docs Great news, everyone! Today
is jQuery's 1 Year "Birthday"! (I released it 1 year ago, today, at BarCamp New York City) In celebration, we’ve got a bunch of
stuff for you to enjoy.
»Refreshed Web Site Design The design of the jQuery web site has finally
be given a much-needed facelift. This was planned out by the fantastic jQuery Design Team and implemented by Nate Cavanaugh.