Decoding jQuery

Open source is not open enough. To open the open source, in the Decoding jQuery series, we will break down every single method in jQuery, to study the beauty of the framework, as an appreciation to the creative geniuses behind it.

jQuery Core

OOP and jQuery part 1 – function
OOP and jQuery part 2 – object
OOP and jQuery part 3 – prototype
OOP and jQuery part 4 – function scope, chaining pattern and jQuery.fn

Design Patterns
OOP and jQuery part 5 – factory pattern
OOP and jQuery part 6 – facade pattern

jQuery.extend() – Objects inherit from objects
jQuery.isWindow() – Detecting window object
jQuery.parseXML() – Cross-browser XML parsing
jQuery.globalEval() – Evaluates a script in a global context
jQuery.toarray() – slice, call and everything else
jQuery.inarray() – searches for a specified value within an array – DOM Level 2 event bubbling and detection

domManip – DOM Manipulation

jQuery.Callbacks() – jQuery Callbacks Object

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