Friday Books – "Learning jQuery"

LearningJQuery One of the books I’ve found helpful while learning jQuery is “Learning jQuery” by Johnathan Chaffer and Karl Swedburg.

The first half of the book basically goes through the syntax of jQuery.  The second half walks through various web site scenarios that you might encounter.

Product Description

jQuery is a powerful javascript library that can enhance your websites regardless of your background.

For designers, jQuery leverages existing CSS and HTML skills, allowing you to dynamically find and change any aspect of a page.This book provides a gentle introduction to jQuery concepts, allowing you to add interactions and animations to your pages – even if previous attempts at writing javascript have left you baffled.

For programmers, jQuery offers an open -source, standards-compliant, unobtrusive approach to writing complex JavaScript applications. This book will guide you past the pitfalls associated with ajax, events, effects, and advanced JavaScript language features.

This book has a companion title, jQuery Reference Guide: A Comprehensive Exploration of the Popular JavaScript Library.

The Perfect Companion: jQuery Reference Guide: dig deeper into the library and go you through the syntax, specifications, and follow up with a detailed discussion. This book offers an organized menu of every jQuery method, function, and selector. Entries are accompanied by detailed descriptions and helpful recipes that will assist you in getting the most out of jQuery. You’ll discover the untapped possibilities that jQuery makes available, and hone your skills as you return to this guide time and again.

Stop scratching your head, and start improving your web applications with jQuery and JavaScript!

Buy “Learning jQuery” Here

 

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