Jquery Reference Guide

This detailed reference guide to jQuery, an open-source JavaScript library that shields web developers from browser inconsistencies, simplifies adding dynamic, interactive elements, and reduces development time, covers the syntax of every jQuery method, function, and selector with detailed discussions to help readers get the most from jQuery. After analyzing an example jQuery script, detailed reference chapters cover the components of jQuery from Selectors to AJAX. The last chapters cover jQuery's elegant plug-in architecture and the popular Dimensions and Form plug-ins. The book offers web developers both a broad, organized view of all that the jQuery library has to offer and a quick a reference for comprehensive details. Readers need basic HTML and CSS, and familiarity with JavaScript syntax, but no knowledge of jQuery is assumed. However, this is not an introductory title and readers starting out with jQuery should first read the companion book from Packt, Learning jQuery.


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