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Computer Science | Pro jQuery 2.0

Pro jQuery 2.0

Freeman, Adam

2nd ed. 2013, XXIX, 1044 p. 403 illus.

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    • One of the first books to cover jQuery Mobile to create touch-enabled interfaces for mobile devices and tablets.
    • Provides readers with complete A-Z coverage of jQuery, 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.
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.

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Table of contents 

  1. Putting jQuery In Context
  2. HTML Primer
  3. CSS Primer
  4. JavaScript Primer
  5. The jQuery Basics
  6. Managing the Element Selection
  7. Manipulating the DOM
  8. Manipulating the Elements
  9. Working with Events
  10. Using jQuery Effects
  11. Refractoring the Example: Part I
  12. Using Data Templates
  13. Working with Forms
  14. Using Ajax: Part I
  15. Using Ajax: Part II
  16. Refractoring the Example: Part II
  17. Setting Up jQuery UI
  18. Using the Button, Progress Bar, and Slider Widgets
  19. Using the Autocomplete and Accordion Widgets
  20. Using the Tabs Widget
  21. Using the Datepicker Widget
  22. Using the Dialog and Spinner Widget
  23. Using the Menu and Tooltip Widgets
  24. Using the Drag and Drop Interactions
  25. Using the Other Interactions
  26. Refactoring the Example - Part III
  27. Getting Started with jQuery Mobile
  28. Pages, Themes, and Layouts
  29. Using the Dialog and Popup Widgets
  30. Buttons and Collapsible Blocks
  31. Using jQuery Mobile Forms
  32. Using Lists and Panels
  33. Refactoring the Example - Part IV
  34. Using the jQuery Utility Methods
  35. The jQuery UI Effects and CSS Framework
  36. Using Deffered Objects

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