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Jquery, Jquery Ui, and Jquery Mobile: Recipes and Examplesby Adriaan De Jonge
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100+ Practical jQuery Recipes for Solving Your Real-World Web and Mobile Development Challenges!
jQuery makes it easier than ever for developers to build exceptionally robust, cross-platform websites and mobile apps. jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile: Recipes and Examples is a practical “cookbook,” packed with realistic, easy-to-use solutions for making the most of jQuery Core, jQuery UI, plugins, and jQuery Mobile.
This guide brings together more than one hundred self-contained, downloadable examples, each with an in-depth explanation of how the code works and how to adapt it for your own needs. Pioneering web/mobile developers Adriaan de Jonge and Phil Dutson present examples you can apply immediately in virtually any web or mobile app, and with any server-side platform, including PHP, .NET, Java, Ruby, Node.js, or Python. This extremely useful guide will help you
Covers jQuery 1.6.4 and 1.7, with Tips for 1.8
jQuery makes it easier than ever for developers to build robust, cross-platform websites and mobile apps. Now, there's a practical "cookbook" packed with realistic, easy-to-use solutions for making the most of jQuery Core, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile. Top web/mobile developer and architect Adriaan de Jonge presents more than 100 self-contained examples, each followed by an in-depth explanation of how and why each step works: all the information needed to extend or adapt each recipe for diverse real-world challenges. This book's examples are directly usable in virtually any web or mobile app, with any server-side platform: PHP, .NET, Java, Ruby, Node.js, or Python. de Jonge's "code first, explain later" approach supports experienced web/mobile developers who want to start experimenting as soon as possible. His readable examples don't take shortcuts, and never compromise technical quality. Coverage includes: * Getting started fast with the latest version of jQuery Core * Optimizing jQuery's performance * Selecting elements * Modifying pages via classes, attributes, elements, and inner HTML * Listening and responding to events * Communicating with servers via AJAX requests and JSON * Using jQuery UI to create robust user interactions * Changing app look and feel with CSS3 * Serving diverse mobile devices * Creating and working with plugins * Using plugins to add Twitter feeds, integrate Google Maps, and control video widgets
About the Author
Adriaan de Jonge is a consultant for Xebia IT Architects in The Netherlands. Adriaan specializes in Internet, content management, and Java. He is interested in new technologies like MongoDB, Node.js, HTML5, and various cloud computing platforms. Adriaan is also the author of Essential App Engine (Addison-Wesley, 2012) and several articles for IBM developerWorks on Java, XML, and Internet technologies. He was a conference speaker at JFall 2011 and the Scandinavian Developer Conference in 2012.
Phil Dutson is the lead front-end developer for ICON Health and Fitness. He has worked on projects and solutions for NordicTrack, ProForm, Freemotion, Sears, Costco, Sam’s Club and others. Phil cofounded and currently manages The E-Com DevBlog, a development blog focused on web development and solutions. To learn more visit dev.tonic1394.com. He is also the author of Sams Teach Yourself jQuery Mobile in 24 Hours (Sams, 2013).
Table of Contents
I. jQuery Core
1. Getting Started With jQuery
2. Selecting Elements
3. Modifying the Page
4. Listening and Responding to Events
5. Communicating with the Server
II. jQuery UI
6. Interacting with the User
7. Changing the Look and Feel
8. Serving Mobile Devices
9. Creating Plugins
10. Using 3rd Party Plugins
11. Advanced Recipes and Fusion Cooking
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