A few days ago we received an e-mail from Robert Mening at WebsiteSetup.org, who kindly pointed us to his jQuery cheat sheet. There are of course more than a few cheatsheets for jQuery out there, but this one at least has the advantage that it all fits on one page.
Ronald Kunenborg | march 2017.
The cheat sheet can be found at the bottom of this page. Note that clicking on the image will take you to a webpage where you can also find a PDF-version of the cheat sheet. Alternative cheat sheets can of course be found with a quick search on Google, and from various sources that integrate others (for instance at https://www.sitepoint.com/10-jquery-cheat-sheets/ ). The ones we found most useful though, are the following:
- The clickable cheat sheet from Oscar Otero at https://oscarotero.com/jquery/;
- The cheat sheet at https://makeawebsitehub.com/jquery-mega-cheat-sheet/, which has both clickable and PDF versions, and includes descriptions.
We do have some issues with the cheat sheets in question: there is usually no license on the sheet itself, and the version of jQuery for which it is relevant isn’t always mentioned. These small failings also apply to the cheat sheet shown below. However, if you’re doing some jQuery work now and then, you could do worse than just putting up a copy of the cheat sheet displayed here.
Image source: websitesetup.org – free to link with attribution