zepto.js is a minimalist inlinable framework for mobile WebKit browsers, with a jQuery-like chaining syntax
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zepto.js

README

zepto.js is a minimalist inlinable framework for mobile WebKit browsers,
with a jQuery-like chaining syntax

The ultimate goal is to have a ~2k library that handles most basic dredge work for you in a nice API so you can concentrate on getting stuff done. 

Primary target platforms are:

* iOS 4+
* Android 2.2+
* webOS 1.4.5+

Secondary platforms are:

* Safari 5+ (desktop)
* Chrome 5+ (desktop)

Syntax & features:

Basic call:
   
  $('some css selector').html('set contents').css('set styles');

Supported element functions:

  get(): return array of all elements found
  get(0): return first element found
  html('new html'): set the contents of the element(s)
  css('css properties'): set styles of the element(s)
  append, prepend, before, after: like html, but add html to element contents (or before and after)
  anim(transform, opacity, duration):
    use -webkit-transform/opacity and do an animation
  
Event handlers ("live" events):

  $('some selector').live('touchstart', function(event){ alert("I'm touched!") });
    
Ajax:

  $.get(url, callback)
  $.post(url, callback)
  $.getJSON(url, callback)

Best used if you stick in the contents of zepto.min.js into a <script> tag in your HTML (no need to load it form an external file).

I'd love some help on this, so please feel free to mess around!

Have fun!