This book is for web designers who want to create interactive elements for their designs, and for developers who want to create the best user interface for their web applications. He lives in Grand Rapids with his wife, Jennifer. It's an incredible thing and absolutely my favorite part of the jQuery project. Chapter 13, Advanced Ajax, will help you achieve a greater understanding of Ajax transactions, including the jQuery deferred object system for handling data that may become available at a later time. It is an excellent book to get you up and running with jQuery.
Chapter 4, Styling and Animating, will introduce you to jQuery's animation techniques and how to hide, show, and move page elements with effects that are both useful and pleasing to the eye. Starting with an introduction to jQuery, you will first be shown how to write a functioning jQuery program in just three lines of code. In his spare time, he designs board and card games for the hobby market. Here are some examples of these styles, and an explanation of their meaning. Seeing how others learn, understand, and mold jQuery to fit them is much of what makes the project so exhilarating.
Here, you can access, read and search across Packt's entire library of books. Experienced programmers will also be aided by its conceptual consistency. I reserver 5 star ratings for only few, select books, and Learning jQuery earned every single one of them. Also, the authors make sure to embed the examples they show into real, practical contexts. As the title implies, it helps you to learn jQuery, so after you are done with the book, you will have a good foundation to start digging deeper into more advanced usages of jQuery.
Step through each of the core concepts of the jQuery library, building an overall picture of its capabilities. Neither the authors, nor Packt Publishing, and its dealers and distributors will be held liable for any damages caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this book. The book introduces jQuery and shows how you can write a functioning jQuery program in just three lines of code. What you have tho, is a listing of all the methods at the beginning of the index pointing you to an appendix which gives terse 1-line descriptions of each. The code in the text is presented in blocks and snippets of code. I enjoyed it immensely and will surely use it frequently to look up things in the future.