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Author: Mark Myers

Publisher: Mark Myers Pages: 262

The Smarter Way of learning fun, involving, frustration-free, and confidence-building and actually learn the skills, do it the smarter way.

Author: Bipin Joshi

Publisher: Apress Pages: 336

To begin with, you'll find out how jQuery hooks up with your ASP.NET controls, and simplifies event handling by keeping it in the browser.

Author: Ryan Benedetti; Ronan Cranley

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 540

You'll quickly get up to speed on this amazing JavaScript library by learning how to navigate HTML documents while handling events, effects, callbacks, and animations.

Author: Dane Cameron

Publisher: Wrox Pages: 408

To build robust, functional web applications, you need to understand these technologies and how they fit together, step-by-step, hands-on guide to building web apps.

Author: Cody Lindley (Editor)

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 480

Leading developers who use jQuery for everything from integrating simple components into websites and applications to developing complex, high-performance user interfaces.

Author: Troy Miles

Publisher: Packt Pages: 180

This practical guide shows you how to make the most of jQuery to boost the performance of your websites and applications.

Author: iCode Academy

Publisher: Independently published Pages: 119

It explains to you what jQuery is all about, why choosing it over other programming languages is worth it, and what you have to do to get better at writing programs.

Author: Natalie MacLees

Publisher: Packt Pages: 367

Learn the modular approach to jQuery, including the addition of plug-ins to achieve advanced effects without writing much code at all.

Author: Greg Sidelnikov

Publisher: Independently published Pages: 60

This reference is great for beginners and web developers looking for direct, isolated examples of various jQuery techniques.

Author: Bear Bibeault; Yehuda Katz; Aurelio De Rosa

Publisher: Manning Publications Pages: 504

Written for readers with minimal JavaScript experience, this revised edition adds new examples and exercises, along with the deep and practical coverage you expect.

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