Hey guys. Quite regularly, I'll get e-mails and tweets from readers inquiring what the best resources to use for learning jQuery further are. My response to these questions is usually the same, however it occurred to me that rather than just pointing readers to just one or two links, it would be significantly more helpful if I showed them how to evaluate for themselves whether a learning resource is worth spending their time on.
This greatly widens up the net of the resources you might consider using and doesn't limit you to a small finite set of sites which may not cover everything you would consider useful to know. There's a lot of great educational content on jQuery out there and to help evaluate the good from the bad, I've put together what (in my opinion) are the important factors to consider when selecting your learning material in a slide deck below.
I should note that these are the factors I personally use when choosing resources. I'm not in any way an expert on evaluating the merits of educational jQuery content, but I'm putting this on the blog in case it helps others. If you find it useful, feel free to pass it along!.