Use jQuery on the server side of your node.js apps.
$ npm install jq
The versions on
npm will coincide with jQuery releases.
var $ = jQuery;var doc = '<html><body><div id="hello">Universe!</div></body></html>'hello = ;console; // Hello Universe!
See tests for other use cases.
Inspired by other jQuery node implementions, but has a version switch tool.
Clone or add as submodule to your project. Then from within
jq directory get dev dependancies:
$ npm install
And then use
build command to switch to a version of your choice:
$ ./bin/jq build 1.6.4
Will accept any version that is listed as tag at github.com/jquery/jquery.
Tests require expresso.
This tool is based on the awesome coolaj86/node-jquery but with a different build system. Needed a little more control over versioning with some upcoming projects.