jQuery prop('disabled') vs. is(':disabled')

JavaScript performance comparison

Revision 98 of this test case created by Alice Zoë Bevan–McGregor

Preparation code

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

<input type="checkbox" value="y" name="my-test-checkbox" id="my-test-checkbox" disabled>
<script>
  var $el = $('#my-test-checkbox'),
      el = $el[0];  // So we don't need this silly dereference later.
</script>
    

Preparation code output

<input type="checkbox" value="y" name="my-test-checkbox" id="my-test-checkbox" disabled>

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Test Ops/sec
el.disabled
el.disabled;
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$el.is(':disabled')
$el.is(':disabled');
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$el.prop('disabled')
$el.prop('disabled');
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el.matches("[disabled]")
el.matches("[disabled]")
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el.matches(":disabled")
el.matches(":disabled")
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$el.is('[disabled]');
$el.is('[disabled]');
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$el.attr("disabled")
$el.attr("disabled");
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