In addition, there are several websites that have jQuery tools to speed development along. These are
- jQuerify: a bookmarklet that loads jQuery on any existing page. This is a great way to see how you can integrate jQuery in an existing web application without making any changes to the site.
- Selector Gadget: This is another bookmarklet that you can load on any existing page that lets you point and click to determine the CSS selectors for any element on the page.
- Selector Tester: This simple web page lets you define the HTML/XML to use as a source, and highlights the selection defined by your selectors. You can change them, and the new selections show up on the fly. This is a great way to learn how to chain selectors, as you see the selections as you add them to the chain. This is a complement to Selector Gadget, as it lets you work with HTML snippets or XML from a web service as well.