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jQuery Tutorials for Beginners PDF Free Download

What this book covers 

In Chapter 1 you'll get your feet wet with the jQuery JavaScript library. The chapter begins with a description of jQuery and what it can do for you. It walks you through downloading and setting up the library, as well as writing your first script.

In Chapter 2 you'll learn how to use jQuery's selector expressions and DOM traversal methods to find elements on the page, wherever they may be. You'll use jQuery to apply styling to a diverse set of page elements, sometimes in a way that pure
CSS cannot.

In Chapter 3 you'll use jQuery's event-handling mechanism to fire off behaviors when browser events occur. You'll see how jQuery makes it easy to attach events to elements unobtrusively, even before the page finishes loading. And, you'll be introduced to more advanced topics, such as event bubbling, delegation, and namespacing.

In Chapter 4 you'll be introduced to jQuery's animation techniques and see how to hide, show, and move page elements with effects that are both useful and pleasing
to the eye.

In Chapter 5 you'll learn how to change your page on command. This chapter will teach you how to alter the very structure of an HTML document, as well as its content, on the fly.

In Chapter 6 you'll discover the many ways in which jQuery makes it easy to access server-side functionality without resorting to clunky page refreshes.

In the next three chapters (7, 8, and 9) you'll work through several real-world examples, pulling together what you've learned in previous chapters and creating robust jQuery solutions to common problems.

In Chapter 7, "Table Manipulation," you'll sort, sift, and style information to create beautiful and functional data layouts.

In Chapter 8, "Forms with Function," you'll master the finer points of client-side validation, design an adaptive form layout, and implement interactive client-server form features such as autocompletion.

In Chapter 9, "Shufflers and Rotators," you'll enhance the beauty and utility of page elements by showing them in more manageable chunks. You'll make information fly in and out of view both on its own and under user control.

Chapters 10 and 11 take you beyond the core jQuery methods to explore
third-party extensions to the library, and show you various ways you can extend
the library yourself.

In Chapter 10, "Using Plug-ins," you'll examine the Form plug-in and the official collection of user interface plug-ins known as jQuery UI. You'll also learn where to find many other popular jQuery plug-ins and see what they can do for you.

In Chapter 11, "Developing Plug-ins," you'll learn how to take advantage of jQuery's impressive extension capabilities to develop your own plug-ins from the ground up. You'll create your own utility functions, add jQuery object methods, write custom selector expressions, and more.

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