Our top selection
After finishing our research, we decided to select a small amount of websites that we consider as the main suppliers of top quality articles, resources and general jQuery material, you will find a link to their RSS, Facebook page and Twitter account when available, so you can easily keep track on these sites and be informed at all the time with the latest jQuery news.
The official jQuery page, you can say that if it’s not on jQuery, then it’s not an official product. The page features all the latest news, ultimate plugins, interviews, instructions and tons of information, making this site the number one bookmark for any jQuery lover.
W3 Schools is an online learning zone for amateur web developers that want to improve their skills on the main programming languages, which obviously includes JS and its library jQuery. You will find all kind of tutorials, references and even a quiz to test your abilities.
Some of the greatest jQuery tutorials are hosted on this blog, Addy Osmani has definitely encouraged the job of helping the entire web community with his articles.
jQueryStock is a blog that gathers some of the best jQuery plugins around that demonstrate the amazing things that can be achieved with this library. You can currently signup to submit your own plugins and comment on the others.
Delicious is a powerful bookmarking tool formerly owned by the Yahoo! company, on its jQuery section you can find all the latest news shared by the worldwide community, which makes this place one of the best information sources to learn jQuery.
Codrops is one of the most complete web development blogs where you can find great tutorials and articles about web design and programming, you can also submit your own content while enjoying the grand collection of resources.
100 % jQuery, this page features cool snippets and plugins, tutorials, reviews and just everything that goes around this awesome library.
We talked about this webpage on a previous post. The jQuery List is definitely one of the most complete libraries of jQuery plugins and examples and that’s the reason why we decided to place it in our top selection.
If you’re here is because you want to learn, and that’s perfectly clear by only reading the site’s name. You will experience a lot of great things whilst exploring all the different tutorials and resources provided on this page.
More great blogs
So now that we have showed you the principal jQuery blogs, we want to show you all the other places that we found during our researches and that despite the fact that we did not include them within our top, many of these are also great sources where you can find news, articles, tutorials, plugins and just everything jQuery that might be interesting for every web designer and developer out there.
Smashing Magazine is for certain the most recognized web magazine, featuring dozens of fresh design articles, awesome freebies, contests and tutorials. You can search at the coding section for many awesome jQuery articles.
RSS feed: http://rss1.smashingmagazine.com/feed/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/smashmag
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/smashingmag
A member of the Tuts network, Nettuts+ is the place if you need to search programming tips, articles and be informed about the latest news, you can follow the jQuery tag to find many great related posts.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/nettuts
Facebook page: http://facebook.com/nettutsplus
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/envatowebdev
Timothy McClimon is a devoted Christian web developer with a strong passion for jQuery, on his website you will find some useful plugins and reviews for web developers and designers.
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/mcclimonth/
HotScripts is the place where all designers and developers join the discussion and talk about all things web design, including programming languages, new scripts and more. There are also different categories to find tutorials, articles and useful scripts ready for implementation.
RSS feed: http://www.hotscripts.com/listings/feed
Many great tips and little secrets can be found at CSS Tricks, that despite the fact that may seem a place focused exclusively on CSS, if you browse the tag jQuery, a lot of articles will emerge.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/CssTricks
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/chriscoyier
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/jquery-ui
Noupe is a popular web design blog where you can find from Photoshop tutorials to CSS scripts and of course a lot of information regarding jQuery.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Noupe
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/smashingmag
Identi.ca is a powerful microblogging website where people can join for free and then begin to share contents and news about many different aspects. You can subscribe to the specific jQuery section and receive all the latest publications released by the community.
RSS feed: http://identi.ca/jquery/all/rss
One of the biggest web libraries on these days, WebResourcesDepot releases new web scripts, articles, tutorials or scripts every day for the enjoy of all the community, and many of these resources are of course jQuery-related.
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/umutm
Soh Tanaka is a web designer living in LA with a huge passion for design and skateboarding. On his website you will find many good blogging tips as well as some great jQuery articles that you should put an eye on.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/sohtanaka
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/sohtanaka
An exclusive place to dig into the latest web development tutorials and high-end resources. If you browse the jQuery category, there’s a lot to be found by you.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Tutorialzine
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/Tutorialzine
Find many great jQuery resources as well as HTML and CSS articles and tips to make you a better developer.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/queness
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/quenesswebblog
If the site has the G word on its title then it’s probably that you will find really nice jQuery articles to help you master your developing skills.
RSS feed: http://geekswithblogs.net/MainFeed.aspx
Great blog where you can find many useful programming tools, jQuery resources and basically everything related with this issue.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/Bludice
Facebook page: http://facebook.com/davidwalsh83
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/davidwalshblog
One of the most popular programming blogs around, Cats Who Codes is a reliable source of information, you will up to date news, useful tutorials and many more.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/catswhocode
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/catswhocode
Designzzz is a design blog that discuss about several themes, including photography, WordPress, tutorials and obviously jQuery.
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Designzzz
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/Designzzz
Build Internet is a blog focused around web design, development, and business articles, it was founded in 2008 and since then has been providing top quality articles and resources.
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/buildinternet
Pure jQuery is what you’re going to find on this blog. Filtered by three different difficulty levels, you can start being a beginner and came out as pro.
RSS feed: http://jqueryfordesigners.com/feed/
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/rem
RSS feed: http://bassistance.de/feed/
Ajaxian is the name for a group of people with different experiences and a love in common for programming and web development, you will find tons of resources (including jQuery) on this page.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ajaxian
Marco Kuiper’s blog is one of the most complete places to look for programming and development tips, as well as design tutorials, blogging tips and more.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/marcofolio
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/marcofolio
By visiting this section you will find all the jQuery articles and tutorials that have been published on this page and that can certainly give you a hand.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Exforsyscom
A lot of web development and information can be encountered on this page. Ben Nadel’s blog is definitely a great source of information and programming tips.
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=663906790
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/bennadel
This blog was created by Canadian Stéphane Caron and inside its pages you will discover many great design articles, programming reviews and programming tips.
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/scaron
The Filament Group is a small company that provides quality design services for developing UI and custom applications, on their blog you will find useful jQuery tips
RSS feed: http://filamentgroup.com/lab/atom
AEXT is a design magazine that is constantly publishing good design contents written by professionals. You can find reviews, tutorials and many more great things.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/aextnet
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/aextnet
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/aextnet
Big design community and snippets gallery which includes many great jQuery utilities.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/Devsnippets
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/devsnippets
Huge news directory focused on design and web development articles and tutorials, you can submit your own tips in here so everybody can read them.
Find tons of jQuery code snippets, tutorials, experiments and reviews to see what’s going on inside the jQuery globe.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/jQueryHowto
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/jQueryHowto
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/jQueryHowto
A place where you can increase your web skills thanks to their awesome articles and tips, you can also send your own material and get featured on the site.
A total of 115 pages filled with jQuery tips, from the basics to more advanced implementations, this slideshow must be definitely reviewed by all designers and developers.
RSS feed: http://marcgrabanski.com/feed
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/1marc
Remy is a British web developer that on his blog is constantly delivering jQuery tips, reviews and plugins to facilitate everyone’s life.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/remysharp
Founded in 2008, Viral Patel is a blog focused in web design and programming languages where people can submit their own contents and tutorials.
RSS feed: http://viralpatel.net/blogs/feed
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/viralpatelnet
Presidia Creative, part of the Creative Fan family, is a blog focused on different themes, specially graphic design, web development, and professional audio. You will find many great jQuery tips in here.
RSS feed: http://www.presidiacreative.com/feed/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/creativefan
Twitter profile: http://twittercounter.com/Brukhar
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/JohnResig
Founded a year ago, WDJ has been releasing tons of articles, lists and news regarding different subjects, including design, CSS, HTML and jQuery.
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/wdjuice
Run by its proprietary Adrian Mato Gondelle, this site is permanently releasing interviews, tutorials and much more to help web designers.
W3 Avenue is a design blog where you can find useful material for both graphic designers and web developers. The jQuery articles abound and will certainly be helpful for you.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/w3avenue
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/w3avenue
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/w3avenue
Design blog that focuses his articles in photography, web development and general programming languages.
RSS feed: http://feeds.ericmmartin.com/emm/
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/ericmmartin
We were unable to understand the main part of this page but we’re sure that it’s an useful source of jQuery tips and tricks.
Doctype is a question and answer site for web designers and developers. You can ask questions about CSS, HTML and web design in general.
RSS feed: http://doctype.com/tags/jquery.rss
If we can’t read Japanese less we can understand Russian, fortunately the word jQuery is in our alphabet and that help us to define the contents of this page.
RSS feed: http://www.linkexchanger.su/feed
Matteo is an Italian blogger with a passion for design and programming. Among his articles you will find many jQuery references and reviews.
RSS feed: http://pupunzi.open-lab.com/feed/
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/pupunzi
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Flesler
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1133276770
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/flesler
Although the main topic of this blog is AJAX, they left an open zone for jQuery because as we all know, these two big names go really well along.
RSS feed: http://www.ajaxlines.com/ajax/feed.php
Following the jQuery tag, you can encounter many great jQuery plugins, tutorials and more useful resources and implementations.
It may not have the most spectacular interface design, but that gets highly compensated by the quality of the contents. In Rose India you will find an amazing jQuery section with tons of tutorials, tips and examples that can help anyone to become a jQuery ninja.
Useful compilation of jQuery examples, tutorials and implementations for you to check eventually.
RSS feed: http://15daysofjquery.com/feed/
You can find many different things on this page, but they’re all pointing at very geeky themes such as programming, web design, videogames and more.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/GayaDesign
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/gayadesign
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/gayadesign
An amazing way of learning lots of programming tips that can be achieved using jQuery, CSS, Ajax and more. A really nice interactive page.
Another web blog from England that publishes many jQuery tools as well as other programs and directories.
RSS feed: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/hieuuk
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/hieuuk
Find tons of jQuery plugins to implement on your designs, from simple applications to complete frameworks, this place is definitely one of the most complete for browsing jQuery.
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/jqueryplugins
For finding several jQuery plugins and mangers, this place definitely is one of the best around this matter.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/tbujq
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/usejquery
This blog has a large and complete jQuery section where you can find reviews, articles and plugins.
RSS feed: http://www.fiftyfoureleven.com/rss
Jan Jarfalk is a Swedish citizen currently living in Australia. His blog is a learning zone where he publishes all the new plugins and resources that he discovers every day.
RSS feed: http://www.unwrongest.com/feed/
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/janjarfalk
Practically this entire blog is focused on jQuery and showing all the latest news, plugins, resources and things that can be useful for every designer.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BrandonAaron
A small website with a few helpful jQuery plugins ready for download and subsequent implementation.
May the force be with you, it’s time to master some jQuery techniques before we join the battle.
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/cfjedimaster
More jQuery plugins, more tricks and tips that maybe you haven’t thought about before seeing this webpage.
RSS feed: http://odyniec.net/blog/feed/
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/odyniec
French website where you can find useful documentation to help you understand some major jQuery functionalities.
Although there’s been a while since they last post, we expect to see some new quality articles from this website in 2011.
This is a helpful blog that constantly provides little programming tricks and tips that will facilitate your life as a developer.
Another weblog to find programming tools, scripts and tips that can always give you a hand.
RSS feed: http://www.geektantra.com/feed/
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/geektantra
Useful documentation about different jQuery plugins and scripts made exclusively for web developers.
The same information of the official jQuery API but with a better diagramming and organization.
Huge blog with tons of jQuery tips, plugins and tutorials along with some other programming stuff.
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/rmurphey
Dan Wellman is a blogger and web developer based in the UK, on his blog you will find many information regarding jQuery and jQuery UI, HTML, CSS and sometimes PHP.
RSS feed: http://www.danwellman.co.uk/feed/
Really clever title and lots of complementary documentation to assist every jQuery fan around.
Find different developing articles, programming tutorials and many more tips.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/willstrohl
Although there’s been almost a year since the latest jQuery article on this blog, we included because we keep our hope of seeing more posts coming this year from Paul.
This site comes both in Russian and English, inside of its files you will many great jQuery tips and tools.
RSS feed: http://blog.egorkhmelev.com/feed/rss/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/khmelev
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/khmelev/
Great blog that features plenty of jQuery articles, reviews and tutorials. You an also request a tutorial on a theme that’s been bothering you.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/query7blog
Similar to Reddit’s interface, this website publishes the latest news that came out from the jQuery world.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/JqueryBuzz
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/jquerybuzz
Russian is not the best language to stay in touch with us, but we know that jQuery is definitely discussed on this place.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/legco
Nice Portuguese website to find many jQuery articles and different programming and web development articles.
RSS feed: http://blog.shiguenori.com/feed/
And things are getting more regional, because now you can learn jQuery and share your Italian roots at the same time.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/jqueryitalia
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/jQuery-Italia/332613548849
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/jqueryitalia
Tons of HTML, CSS and general programming tutorials. You can search with the jQuery tag in order to find some pretty cool tuts that can also be fed by your own submissions.
These guys made this blog to have fun and talk about all the things that they link, including jQuery of course.
RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/yayQuery
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/yayQuery
Only web development can be discussed on this blog where you can find many CSS, general programming and even jQuery articles, plugins and tutorials.
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/script-deck/116738425016620
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/scriptdeck
jQuery is popular everywhere, even in the Middle East where this blog was created.
RSS feed: http://www.jquerytips.com/feed
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/jQueryTips
This is another blog that stopped publishing articles more than 1 year ago, but we still expect to see them coming back.
RSS feed: http://www.thetruetribe.com/feed/
This place is another blog that has not been releasing new material in a while, hopefully they come back in 2011.
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/jam05pgs
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/exploremyblog
A design and advertising company with a well written blog where you can find some useful jQuery data.
RSS feed: feed://feeds.feedburner.com/whatcreative
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/whatcreative
Twitter profile: http://www.twitter.com/whatcreative
This site was a real promise for all the jQuery fans, but suddenly one day they stopped publishing articles, let’s see if they’re back this year.
RSS feed: http://www.jquerymagic.com/feed/
And the same problem keeps showing up, a really nice blog that one day simply banished, so this is another one that we expect to see returning in 2011.
We’re starting to see a pattern in here, because between 2009 and 2010 many good jQuery blogs stopped their activities, we really hope to see them back.
RSS feed: http://todojquery.wordpress.com/feed/
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/todojquery
Quite a few jQuery tutorials and articles that can be useful for any web designer or developer out there looking to improve his skills.
Finally another blog that is still updated until this date, you can find many great web design and programming tips in here.
Twitter profile: http://twitter.com/xjamundx
And there you have it, a huge list featuring the most important jQuery blogs, we not only included American places but also a few foreign websites for those who are not familiar with the English language. Please leave us a message if you liked this post and/or if you know any other helpful site to find good jQuery contents, thanks for stopping by and we’ll see you next time.