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Other frameworks and the noConflict() method
The noConflict() method simply releases the hold on the $ shortcut identifier, so that other scripts can use it. You can of course still use jQuery, simply by writing the full name instead of the shortcut. Here's a small example of it:
If you think that "jQuery" is too much to type each time, you can create your own shortcut very easily. The noConflict() method returns a reference to jQuery, that you can save in your own little variable, for later use. Here's how it looks:
If you have a block of jQuery code which uses the $ shortcut and you don't feel like changing it all, you can use the following construct. It's yet another version of the ready method, where $ is passed in as a parameter. This allows you to access jQuery using $, but only inside of this function - outside of it, other frameworks will have access to $ and you will have to use "jQuery":