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Pro jQuery 2.0

  • Authors
  • j. Query is one of the most popular and powerful Java.

  • Script libraries available today.

  • Learn how to get the most from the latest j. Query version, j. Query 2.0, by focusing on the features you need for your project.

  • This book provides readers with complete A-Z coverage of j. Query, from its fundamentals to the most advanced techniques.

  • Hands-on code examples demonstrate how to create rich and fluid user experiences that have day-to-day resilience in use.


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxiii
  2. Adam Freeman
    Pages 1-9
  3. Adam Freeman
    Pages 11-32
  4. Adam Freeman
    Pages 33-60
  5. Adam Freeman
    Pages 61-91
  6. Adam Freeman
    Pages 93-116
  7. Adam Freeman
    Pages 117-143
  8. Adam Freeman
    Pages 145-176
  9. Adam Freeman
    Pages 177-210
  10. Adam Freeman
    Pages 211-233
  11. Adam Freeman
    Pages 235-265
  12. Adam Freeman
    Pages 267-280
  13. Adam Freeman
    Pages 281-308
  14. Adam Freeman
    Pages 309-350
  15. Adam Freeman
    Pages 351-380
  16. Adam Freeman
    Pages 381-409
  17. Adam Freeman
    Pages 411-447
  18. Adam Freeman
    Pages 449-455

About this book


jQuery 2.0 is the latest version of the jQuery framework. Suitable for modern web browsers it provides a robust API for web application development. It is fast becoming the tool of choice for web developers the world over and sets the standard for simplicity,flexibility and extensibility in website design.

In Pro jQuery 2.0 seasoned author, Adam Freeman, demonstrates how to get the most from jQuery 2.0 by focussing on the practical features of the technology and how they can be applied to solving real-world problems. In this comprehensive reference he goes in depth to give you the practical knowledge that you need.

Each topic is covered clearly and concisely, and is packed with the details you'll need to learn to be truly effective. The most important features are given a no-nonsense, in-depth treatment, and chapters contain examples that demonstrate both the power and the subtlety of jQuery.

About the authors

Adam Freeman is an experienced IT professional who has held senior positions in a range of companies, most recently serving as chief technology officer and chief operating officer of a global bank. Now retired, he spends his time writing and long-distance running.

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