|jQuery in Action
Second edition of this book is available
Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz
February 2008 | 376 pages
|Out of Print||$39.99||Softbound print + PDF eBook|
|$31.99||eBook edition (includes PDF, ePub, and Kindle)|
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- Countless practical examples
- DOM manipulation and event handling
- Animation and UI effects
- Painless Ajax
- Based on jQuery 1.2
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Bear Bibeault is a web application architect for an Austin startup, and a JavaRanch senior moderator. He is the coauthor of Manning's jQuery in Action, Ajax in Practice and Prototype and Scriptaculous in Action.
Yehuda Katz is a developer with Engine Yard. He heads the jQuery plugin development team and runs Visual jQuery.
WHAT REVIEWERS ARE SAYING
"For those new to jQuery, this book is a good primer that covers a range of common uses of the framework....The examples throughout the book are relevant, and make the point effectively. The code snippets are easily distinguishable from the rest of the text, and the text is clear and easy to follow."
—Grant Palin, Blogger
"Thanks to the authors Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz and their exemplary style, this comprehensive book, or operating manual as it might be called, can be taken in a front-to-back approach to learn from scratch, or as a reference to those already dabbling in jQuery and needing verification of best practices."
—Matthew McCullough, Denver Open Source Users Group
—Michael J. Ross, Web Developer, Slashdot Contributor
"I think that jQuery in Action is an excellent book that will help you learn and understand jQuery. I certainly enjoyed reading the book."
—Gunnar Hillert, Atlanta Java User Group
"This is an excellent work, a worthy successor to others in Manning’s "In Action" series. It is highly readable and chock-full of working code. The Lab pages are a marvelous way to explore the library, which should become an important part of every web developer’s arsenal. Five stars all ‘round!"
—David Sills, JavaLobby, DZone
"I highly recommend the book for learning the fundamentals of jQuery and then serving as a good reference book as you leverage the power of jQuery more and more in your daily development."
—David Hayden, MVP C#, Codebetter.com
"8/10—buy it! If you want to learn jQuery then this is an excellent book..."
—John Whish, Founder, Adobe ColdFusion User Group for Devon
"It works and makes for a very readable book that you can just breeze through very quickly and pick up and retain a lot of information."
—Rich Strahl, blogger
—Joshua Heyer, Trane Inc.