Learning jQuery – Fourth Edition
by Jonathan Chaffer
by Cody Lindley
- Solve problems involving events, effects, dimensions, forms, themes, and user interface elements
- Learn how to enhance your forms, and how to position and reposition elements on a page
- Make the most of jQuery’s event management system, including custom events and custom event data
- Create UI elements-such as tabs, accordions, and modals-from scratch
- Optimize your code to eliminate bottlenecks and ensure peak performance
- Learn how to test your jQuery applications
The book’s contributors include:
- Cody Lindley
- James Padolsey
- Ralph Whitbeck
- Jonathan Sharp
- Michael Geary and Scott González
- Rebecca Murphey
- Remy Sharp
- Ariel Flesler
- Brian Cherne
- Jörn Zaefferer
- Mike Hostetler
- Nathan Smith
- Richard D. Worth
- Maggie Wachs, Scott Jehl, Todd Parker, and Patty Toland
- Rob Burns
jQuery For Dummies
by Lynn Beighley
jQuery is free, open source software that allows you to extend and customize Joomla!, Drupal, AJAX, and WordPress via plug-ins. Assuming no previous programming experience, Lynn Beighley takes you through the basics of jQuery from the very start.
Written in the easy-to-understand style of the For Dummies brand, this book demonstrates how you can add unique and exciting interactivity to a Web site or WordPress blog, including photo browsers, menus, tab-based navigation, sliding sidepanels, slideshows, transition effects, fade effects, Twitter feeds, and much, much more!
- Helps you understand DOM (Document Object Model) scripting, applying CSS classes via JQuery, and adding in special effects and jQuery plug-ins to your site
- Shows you how to create dazzling special effects on your site, including fades, slide shows, sliding panels, tabbed navigation, and more
- Explains how to add customized Twitter feeds, RSS feeds to aggregate content on your site, or add a photo browser to a site or blog
- Introduces ways to create jQuery plug-ins for WordPress, Drupal, and more
If you have queries about how you can make your blog or Web site stand apart from the crowd, jQuery For Dummies is the book for you!
by Jack Franklin
- Use jQuery’s powerful tools to dynamically update content on your site, including DOM manipulation.
- Extend jQuery’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.
Web Development with jQuery
by Richard York
- Offers new and revised content throughout the book, whichfocuses on the most recent features and capabilities of jQuery
- Advises readers on how to best use jQuery’s powerful,easy-to-use features to create dynamic web pages and webapplications
This resource provides a deep understanding of jQuery and setsreaders up for successful interactions with all it has tooffer.