jQuery HTML Factory Extension
jQuery.html is an object which contains factory functions for creating new HTML/DOM
elements. It is intended to replace inlined HTML code in script code. e.g.:
var x = jQuery("<div></div>");
var x = jQuery.html.div();
It also provides a number of small conveniences, like simplified generation of tables:
var t = jQuery.html.table();
var tr = t.tr();
That will create a table with one row and two cells.
If you would like to see a standalone demo,
What the various *.js files are:
= the full-fledged, human-readable/editable source code files, including documentation
for using the code.
*.pack.js = "packed" source code files, meaning they are
optimized for maximum space savings (which also means obfuscated).
They are created using one of the packers derived from
*.min.js = source code files "minimized" for space savings using
They are not obfuscated, but are nonetheless not intended for human consumption.
*.yuimin.js = similar to the .min.js files, but these are compressed using
which claims to be less error-prone than the conventional PACK method and smaller than normal MINinification.
They are obfuscated, not intended for human consumption.
When deploying applications which use this code, the compressed
versions are recommended, as they help reduce the download time of
the application. Also, combining multiple scripts into a single file
can notably reduce the download overhead.