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Building jQuery functions beyond the original library - JavaScript tutorial


The separation of jQuery from alternative JavaScript libraries such as mootools, yui, and prototype.js has become even more pronounced as of late. And now even Microsoft has chosen to use jQuery as the only JavaScript library includedin its Visual Studio suite. The popularity of jQuery owes a lot to its decision to include a plug-in architecture for third-party developers. This article describes this plug-in architecture and explains how jQuery can help your Web application behave just like a desktop application.
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