Beginning jQuery

Beginning jQuery

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Beginning jQuery is your step-by-step guide to learning the jQuery library. jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library in the web developera€™s toolkit. Jack Franklin takes you from the basics of getting you started with jQuery, right through to extending jQuery by writing your own plug-ins. You'll discover best practices you can follow, how you can avoid common mistakes, and you'll learn about so many of the things that jQuery has to offer, including how you can: Use jQuerya€™s powerful tools to dynamically update content on your site, including DOM manipulation. Extend jQuerya€™s capabilities by writing your own plugins on top of the framework. Animate elements and build your own jQuery slider. Employ best practices and avoid common errors made by beginners. JavaScript is a powerful language but every web developer must navigate the tricky issues around cross-browser inconsistencies. Beginning jQuery teaches you how to use jQuery to avoid spending your time fixing these browser bugs - letting you concentrate on what really matters to you. Throughout Beginning jQuery, you'll discover how expressive yet concise jQuerya€™s code is and how much quicker and efficient you can develop with jQuery! What youa€™ll learn Learn why jQuery is so popular and how to get started. Use jQuerya€™s powerful manipulation tools to dynamically update your websitea€™s content. Animate content and build your own image slider with jQuerya€™s animation tools. Extend the library by writing your own custom plug-ins. Avoid common beginner errors, and learn how to use best practices. Use plug-ins created by others in the community and integrate them into your website. Who this book is for Beginning jQuery is for the web developer confident with HTML and CSS and now ready to get to grips with JavaScript. If youa€™ve tried to integrate some JavaScript into your website and wondered how you could add functionality easier, jQuery is for you. Beginning jQuery is great for the developer wanting to enhance their skillset and learn new tools.Running remove completely gets rid of anything associated with it. remove() returns the entire set of elements that match the selector, notjust the set of ... Please note that I used the Google Chrome developer console for these examples.

Title:Beginning jQuery
Author:Jack Franklin
Publisher:Apress - 2013-02-06


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