Note: This post is part of a long-running series of posts covering the union of jQuery and ASP.NET: jQuery for the ASP.NET Developer.

Topics in this series range all the way from using jQuery to enhance UpdatePanels to using jQuery up to completely manage rendering and interaction in the browser with ASP.NET only acting as a backend API. If the post you're viewing now is something that interests you, be sure to check out the rest of the posts in this series.

It was great to see all the positive responses to the screencast I recently recorded with Craig Shoemaker on how to use Firebug’s console to learn jQuery. That being my first screencast, I really appreciate all of your support.

However, you almost unanimously commented that it was too difficult to read the commands typed at the console, and you were right. So, Craig and I re-recorded the entire thing, paying extra attention to the legibility of the end result.

Craig also managed to edit the same content down to 9:59m this time, so you can watch it on YouTube if you prefer:

If the HQ version of the YouTube video still isn’t legible enough for you, Craig also made a full resolution WMV available as well.