Friday Books – jQuery Reference Guide

A Comprehensive Exploration of the Popular javascript Library

jQueryReferenceGuide Product Description

In this book, the creators of the popular jQuery learning resource, learningquery.com, share their knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm to bring you a comprehensive reference to the popular JavaScript library.

jQuery is a powerful, yet easy-to-use JavaScript library that helps web developers and designers add dynamic, interactive elements to their sites, smoothing out browser inconsistencies and greatly reducing development time. In this book, the creators of the popular jQuery learning resource, learningquery.com, share their knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm to bring you a comprehensive reference to the popular JavaScript library.

This book offers an organized menu of every jQuery method, function, and selector. Each method and function is introduced with a summary of its syntax and a list of its parameters and return value, followed by a discussion, with examples where applicable, to assist in getting the most out of jQuery and avoiding the pitfalls commonly associated with JavaScript and other client-side languages.

If you’re already familiar with JavaScript programming, this book will help you dive right into advanced jQuery concepts. You’ll be able to experiment on your own, trusting the pages of this book to provide information on the intricacies of the library, where and when you need it. If you’re still hungry for more, the book shows you how to cook up your own extensions with jQuery’s elegant plug-in architecture.

jQuery Reference Guide digs deeper into the library, taking you through the syntax specifications and following up with a detailed discussion. You’ll discover the untapped possibilities that jQuery makes available, and hone your skills as you return to this guide time and again.

  • Organized menu to every method, function, and selector in the jQuery library
  • Quickly look up features of the jQuery library
  • Understand the anatomy of a jQuery script
  • Extend jQuery’s built-in capabilities with plug-ins, and even write your own

 

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