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Beginning jQuery 2 for ASP.NET Developers

Beginning jQuery 2 for ASP.NET Developers

by Bipin Joshi
336 Pages · 2013 · 10.8 MB · 1,106 Downloads · New!
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Beginning jQuery
by Jack Franklin
204 Pages · 2013 · 3.3 MB · 4,425 Downloads · New!
Beginning jQuery is your step-by-step guide to learning the jQuery library. jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library in the web developer’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.
Beginning jQuery, 2nd Edition
by Jack Franklin
179 Pages · 2017 · 3.9 MB · 2,660 Downloads · New!
Navigate the tricky issues around cross-browser inconsistencies and use jQuery to avoid wasting time fixing these bugs.  This book is your step-by-step guide to learning the jQuery library and allows you to concentrate on what really matters to you, mastering the most popular JavaScript library in a web developer’s toolkit.
Beyond jQuery
by Ray Nicholus
227 Pages · 2016 · 10.5 MB · 1,955 Downloads · New!
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Creating Mobile Apps with jQuery Mobile, 2nd Edition
by Andy Matthews
434 Pages · 2015 · 6.9 MB · 3,402 Downloads · New!
jQuery Mobile is a mobile-centric web framework developed by the jQuery team. The project focuses on building a framework compatible with the ever-increasing variety of smartphones and tablet computers on the market. The jQuery Mobile framework plays well with other frameworks and platforms, such as PhoneGap and Backbone.
Django JavaScript Integration: AJAX and jQuery
by Jonathan Hayward
324 Pages · 2011 · 6.83 MB · 3,629 Downloads · New!
This book will teach you how to enrich your AJAX applications with Django and jQuery in a practical manner with minimum fuss. It introduces AJAX basics, gets a little deeper, and then goes chapter-by-chapter through a carefully chosen case study. It demonstrates how different pieces of a Django AJAX application work in themselves and are put together and specifically leads you through building an intranet employee photo directory with social networking features. This book is for people looking to integrate AJAX / JavaScript functionality into their web applications. It is for Django users who are looking to easily integrate AJAX features into their applications. Conversely, it will also be a priceless companion for users familiar with Django and jQuery who are and looking to integrate them in their AJAX applications. A working knowledge of Django and basic familiarity with AJAX and jQuery are assumed.
Extending jQuery
by Keith Wood
312 Pages · 2013 · 13.1 MB · 4,400 Downloads · New!
Extending jQuery teaches you to build custom extensions to the jQuery library. In it, you’ll discover how to write plugins and how to design them for maximum reuse. You’ll also learn to write new widgets and effects for the jQuery UI. Along the way, you’ll explore extensions in key areas including Ajax, events, animation, and validation.