Things I learnt creating a jQuery Plugin (Part I) Things I learnt creating a jQuery Plugin (Part I) / tutorial / free

One of the key aspects of jQuery is the possibility to extend it with new functionalities, so called plugins. For those who has a basic knowledge of jQuery and want or need to create a new jQuery plugin this post tries to be a helping summary of good things to take into account.
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