Helper may refer to:

  • Assistant, a person or device that helps
  • Guardian angel or Guardian spirit, a personalized soul protector
  • Hamburger Helper and similar food products
  • Helfer (rank) ("Helper"), a Nazi Party paramilitary rank
  • H.E.L.P.eR., a supporting robotic character on The Venture Bros. TV show
  • Helper locomotive, coupled to a train to temporarily provide extra power
  • Helper (personality type), one of the types in the Enneagram of Personality
  • Helper (Subud), a person in a supporting role within the spiritual association Subud
  • Helper, Utah, a city in the USA
  • Helpers at the nest in birds
  • Hinton Rowan Helper (1829–1909), southern author and critic of slavery
  • Helper, the companion to Gyro Gearloose
  • Helper class, a programming term

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List Of Ajax Frameworks - Ruby
... by using Ajax-enabled helper methods Ruby on Rails provides, such as the link_to_remote helper ... Many of the Ruby on Rails Ajax-enabled helper methods work by using Prototype to perform an Ajax request ...
Service Animal - Helper Monkey
... A helper monkey is a type of assistance animal, similar to an assistance dog, that is specially trained to help quadriplegics, other people with severe spinal cord ... Helper monkeys are usually trained in schools by private organizations, taking 7 years to train on average, and are able to serve 25–30 years (two to three times longer than ...
Helper Class
... Helper Class is a programming technique in object-oriented programming ... Helper classes are a term given to classes that are used to assist in providing some functionality, though that functionality isn't the main goal of the application ... be referring to the Delegate object, also sometimes called a Helper object, in the Delegation pattern ...
Justice League Heroes: The Flash - Characters
... during half of the gameplay with info and a helper ... Superman - Another helper and has his own race mini-game ... Wonder Woman - A helper, does not appear in the storyline ...
... A special type of modern nanny is known as a mother's helper ... A mother's helper may live in or out of the house ...