20. Most Common DOM Methods
This is a small cheat sheet that contains most common DOM methods at a glance. It includes creating new nodes, reaching elements in a document, navigating between nodes, known browser quirks, reading elements, node values and other data.
9. Quick API Reference
This is a quick reference by Oscar Otero to functions and properties of jQuery, including selectors, attributes, events and effects. Clicking on each elements will take you to the new page that explains the elements you’ve clicked, along with the example.
8. Fancy Cheat Sheet
7. JS Cheat Sheets
6. jQuery Selectors
jQuery Selectors use common CSS syntax to allow authors to instantly detect any set of page elements to operate upon with jQuery library methods. Understanding them is the key to using the jQuery library most effectively. This reference puts the power of jQuery selectors at your fingertips.
This quick reference covers working with DOM (create/add DOM elements, add/remove/toggle/check classes), working with JS (loops, events, timers, type checking), and working with functions (add default values to functions and throttle function on resize).
4. Learn X in Y minutes
The NASA Jet Propulsion Lab has been developing software for unmanned mission in deep space and planet exploration missions. High automatization level and longer duration of missions demand superior quality software. As a result, JPL developed a code of guidelines and made it available to the public.
2. All-In-One Cheat Sheet