15+ Blogs To Follow For jQuery Lovers

jQuery LogojQuery, being one of the most popular & powerful JavaScript frameworks around, is offering a slick experience to users at every level.

Its website is a huge resource of documentation, examples & tutorials for anyone who is into it.

Besides the documentation jQuery offers, following other jQuery users is a great way to learn more & get inspired to discover new ways for taking advantage of this library.

Here are 15+ blogs to follow for jQuery fans that frequently create jQuery-oriented content:

John Resig

John Resig

Besides being the creator of jQuery, he has other creative JavaScript-related projects like:

Not only for jQuery users but for anyone into JavaScript, his blog is a great source of information & inspiration.

Official jQuery Blog

Official jQuery Blog

The blog covers any type of updates related to jQuery from new versions to jQuery-related posts in the blogosphere, events & more.

Official jQuery UI Blog

jQuery UI Blog

jQuery UI is a resource which is preferred by many jQuery users. Its blog regularly shares updates about the library and also list the websites that are powered by jQuery UI (which is a nice source of inspiration).

Filament Group Lab

Filament Group Lab

Filament Group, the team who built the ThemeRoller, various jQuery plugins & jQuery UI widgets is sharing their experiences under their Lab blog.

There are both ready to use & experimental jQuery codes shared which are described & discussed in detail.

Learning jQuery

Learning jQuery

This is a multi-author blog (mostly authored by Karl Swedberg of jQuery Evangelism Team) with lots of tips & tutorials on jQuery for beginners to advanced users.

jQuery For Designers

jQuery For Designers

The website shares very detailed & easy to implement tutorials on interfaces that are improved by jQuery.

Brandon Aaron

Brandon Aaron

He is in the development team of jQuery and, not frequently, shares great info & tips on jQuery usage.

Jörn Zaefferer (bassistance.de)

Jörn Zaefferer

He is also in the jQuery development team & has created many popular jQuery plugins.

Paul Bakaus

Paul Bakaus

He is the creator of jQuery UI & some popular plugins like "dimensions". It is possible to find information on jQuery & jQuery UI in his blog.

James Padolsey

James Padolsey

He is a freelance web developer who writes about JavaScript & has various ideas/codes shared on jQuery. One of them which you may like: jQuery plugin detector.

Soh Tanaka Blog

Soh Tanaka Blog

Web designer & front-end developer Soh Tanaka has beautiful tutorials that are tailored around jQuery.

JankoAtWarpSpeed

JankoAtWarpSpeed

Janko Jovanovic is writing very nice tutorials that uses jQuery and also posts other web design-related articles.

nettuts

nettuts

One of the most popular web design tutorials website has a bunch of tutorials that heavily uses jQuery. And, the website is also a treasure with all the other articles published.

Marcofolio.net

Marcofolio.net

Marco Kuiper, a freelance web designer & developer, is frequently posting web development tutorials that are based on jQuery.

Build Internet!

Build Internet!

Build Internet! has a collection of jQuery tutorials that are presented in detail. The website is not totally jQuery-oriented & publishes other development & web-business-related post

David Walsh

David Walsh

He is in the MooTools development team. However, he mostly shares the jQuery versions of the snippets he creates which is also a nice way to compare jQuery with another great framework.

jQuery How To

jQuery How To

The website is totally focused on jQuery content. It shares code snippets, "how-to"s that can be handy for and jQuery user.

WebResourcesDepot (shameless self-promotion)

WebResourcesDepot

WRD, time-by-time, shares tutorials on jQuery, like:

Also, it is possible to find lots of jQuery plugins & information (like this post) regularly.

 

Any others you know that are missing? Please share them in the comments.

  • http://www.marcofolio.net/ Marco

    Although I follow many jQuery related blogs, some of them that are added in this list are new to me – thanks a lot for that! You could add an OPML file to the article, for easy RSS-reader-inclusion :) .

    Also, thanks a lot for mentioning Marcofolio.net – hope you like the jQuery articles!

  • http://www.learningjquery.com Karl Swedberg

    I’ve seen a lot of jQuery-related roundups, and most are obviously put together based on a cursory Google search. Yours is one of the few that demonstrate good editorial judgment.

    Thanks for putting together this list (and for including learningjquery.com)!

  • Bohdan Ganicky

    Check out http://planet.jquery.com/
    It aggregates multiple jQuery relevant blogs in one feed 😉
    Ariel Flesler
    Benjamin Sterling
    Brandon Aaron
    John Resig
    Jörn Zaefferer
    Klaus Hartl
    Learning jQuery
    Marc Grabanski
    jQuery
    jQuery for Designers
    …and more

  • http://www.gamesawy.com العاب فلاش

    thanks for this great list.

  • Charles Wetherall

    I have also found Paul Irish’s blog to be a good jquery site:

    http://www.paulirish.com

  • Scott

    I`m surprised You didn`t include queness.com nor jqueryglobe.com and I believe there are some more, too.

  • http://www.webresourcesdepot.com Umut M.

    @Marco,
    I’ll be adding the OPML, definitely a good idea. There are great articles at Marcofolio, thanks for them.

    @Karl,
    Thanks for the nice words. I believe everybody who is into jQuery has at least found one thing very useful at learningjquery.com

    @Bohdan, @Charles & @Scott,
    I’m sure there must be ones that I’ve missed & will be adding new ones to the list with the help of the suggestions.

  • http://www.jankoatwarpspeed.com Janko

    Fantastic list, many of them are well know to me.

    Thanks for including warp speed :)

  • http://tr.im/mewC Rahul – Web Guru

    I simply love jQuery. It simply give a great look to your website. Adding up more dynamism to your website.

    Love this compilation too.

  • Phil McJohnstone
  • http://www.joshclarkson.net/blog/ Josh

    My blog http://www.joshclarkson.net/blog/ gives simply jQuery examples you can use.

  • http://timothy-mcclimon.appspot.com Timothy M.

    My blog http://timothy-mcclimon.appspot.com also covers many programming related topics such as jQuery, CSS, HTML, etc.

    Feel free to check it out! I greatly appreciate any feedback about my blog.

  • yasam phani

    i am great fan of jquery..!! thanks..!!

  • http://www.jquery4u.com Sam

    Don’t forget the boys down at jquery4u.com!

  • Virendra

    There is one more blog which has grown up rapidly.. it is http://jquerybyexample.blogspot.com

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