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View the examples below and learn how to use web standards such as HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript to deliver rich experiences in your website.

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jQuery 2.0 (early 2013, not long after 1.9): This version will support the same APIs as jQuery 1.9 does, but removes support for IE 6/7/8 oddities such as borked event model, IE7 “attroperties”, HTML5 shims, etc.

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jQuery 2.0 (early 2013, not long after 1.9): This version will support the same APIs as jQuery 1.9 does, but removes support for IE 6/7/8 oddities such as borked event model, IE7 “attroperties”, HTML5 shims, etc.

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A Polish security researcher, Krzysztof Kotowicz, makes an worrisome entry in his blog: with a few lines of Javascript, any web site could list the extensions installed in Chrome (and the other browsers of the Chromium family). Proof of concept is provided here. As there are addons which deal with very personal things like pregnancy or religion, the easiness of access to those very private elements of your life is really troubling.

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Bootstrap provides simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and Javascript for popular user interface components and interactions. In other words, it’s a front-end toolkit for faster, more beautiful web development. It’s created and maintained by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at Twitter.

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Most people getting started with JavaScript these days are faced with the challenging task of picking a library to use, or at least which one to learn first. If you’re working for a company chances are they have already chosen a framework for you, in which case the point is somewhat moot. If this is the case and they’ve chosen MooTools and you’re used to jQuery, then this article might still be of some use to you.