Updated Google Analytics jQuery plugin to version 2.0 and it now is the only jQuery plugin that supports full tracking API of Google. Apart from enhanced loading of
ga.js file, there is a lot more that users can now do with this plugin.
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If you have not have already read the characteristics of a good API, you may do so in “Why To Design a Good API.”
As discussed in the above-mentioned article, API is almost permanent and once distributed, should not be modified. You have got one chance to make it right.
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Here is a jQuery code I wrote in order to load prettyPhoto jQuery plugin (prettyPhoto homepage) only when required. This process can also be applied to other plugins by analyzing the plugin triggers from within the rest of the page content.
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In my years of experience in programming, I have observed that certain performance ‘tweaks’ work best for certain languages. This is mostly due to the nature of the interpreter ((Interpreters are programs that execute codes one line at a time. See: Interpreter in Wikipedia))/compiler ((a program that decodes instructions written in a higher order language. See: Compiler in Wikipedia)) involved in executing a particular piece of code.