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.



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



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.



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)


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.

  1. Reply Marco September 29, 2009 at 3:21 AM

    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!

  2. Reply Karl Swedberg September 29, 2009 at 7:29 AM

    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)!

  3. Reply Bohdan Ganicky September 29, 2009 at 9:19 AM

    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 for Designers
    …and more

  4. Reply العاب فلاش September 29, 2009 at 9:21 AM

    thanks for this great list.

  5. Reply Charles Wetherall September 29, 2009 at 9:34 AM

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


  6. Reply Scott September 29, 2009 at 10:31 AM

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

  7. Reply Umut M. September 29, 2009 at 11:50 AM

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

    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.

  8. Reply Janko September 29, 2009 at 3:11 PM

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

    Thanks for including warp speed 🙂

  9. Reply Rahul - Web Guru September 30, 2009 at 12:56 AM

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

    Love this compilation too.

  10. Reply Phil McJohnstone November 25, 2009 at 10:00 PM
  11. Reply Josh March 13, 2010 at 11:50 AM

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

  12. Reply Timothy M. April 7, 2010 at 9:40 PM

    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.

  13. Reply yasam phani August 10, 2010 at 10:45 AM

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

  14. Reply Sam August 26, 2011 at 10:53 AM

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

  15. Reply Virendra February 29, 2012 at 4:46 AM

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

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