While you might not be able to prevent accidentally ruining data in production, you can put up roadblocks to reduce the risk. Consider writing custom scripts to avoid making those
jqPlot is a jQuery plugin that supports drawing line, bar and pie charts with many customizable features.
Ember is an awesome web development toolkit with some really killer features. One of my favorite parts of Ember is how easy it is to test.
We’ve found CSS classes used to connect JS to the DOM are best kept separate from css classes intended for visual style and layout.
Internet Explorer has terrible support for pseudo selectors. With Selectivizr, we can make that support a little nicer and do some fun stuff with CSS!
Tips for handling unusual cases in the qtip2 jQuery library—like using qtip2 to make a tooltip appear on a user-triggered event and then disappear.
Using simple ways to show users that activity is occurring can improve the experience they have. Here are a few ways to handle the activity indicators.
CSS3 transitions can be a nice addition to web applications when used properly. Here are a few tips on when and how to user them.
jQuery Waypoints provide a great way to optimize page speed by deferring initialization of complex components until they become visible to the user.
An example of sequentially chaining jQuery Ajax requests using deferred objects and deferred.pipe.
Get a handle on the basics of jQuery mobile. Learn a little on how to make the navigation and general look of a mobile web app look like a native app.