In this section we will look at some of the best practices for each of the tools, including how to use the API, write events, and design plug-ins using jQuery Tools functionality.
As time goes by, you will want to extend your skills with jQuery Tools you can do this by using its API, which was built to expose methods and access properties for each tool in the library. The API hides the internal values from the outside world, which is good programming practice.
To begin with, you need to create an instance of the API for that tool, such as:
//get access to the API Var api = $("#scroller").data("scrollable")
You will notice that the argument passed to
data in brackets is ...