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Jonathan Chaffer is the Chief Technology Officer of Structure Interactive, an interactive agency located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. There he oversees web development projects using a wide range of technologies, and continues to collaborate on day-to-day programming tasks as well.
Jonathan lives in Grand Rapids with his wife, Jennifer.
Before his current love affair with web development, Karl worked as a copy editor, a high-school English teacher, and a coffee house owner. His fascination with technology began in the early 1990s when he worked at Microsoft in Redmond, Washington, and it has continued unabated ever since.
Karl's other obsessions include photography, karate, English grammar, and fatherhood. He lives in Grand Rapids with his wife, Sara, and his two children, Benjamin and Lucia.
I highly recommend it to anyone needing/wanting to learn jQuery.
This is the exception. jQuery itself is exceptionally easy to implement, and this guide was very helpful, well written and with excellent examples.
This book is a very good for people who dont know anything about jquery, but want to start using it in their websites.
good beginner book for jQuery. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs a basic introduction to using jQuery.Published 22 months ago by Kevin Anderson
I you are serious about learning jQuery, this book is the right one for the job. Despite the fact that it relies on jQuery 1. Read morePublished on June 21, 2010 by Eric Njanga
This is my first of 2 jQuery books. I read it cover-to-cover and use jQuery it for a large scale enterprise-wide web-app on VPN. Read morePublished on January 4, 2010 by Renso
This book is a very good for people who dont know anything about jquery, but want to start using it in their websites. Read morePublished on June 17, 2009 by C. Nirmal
A simple and surprisingly lucid and concise guide to learning jQuery. Assumes a fairly good knowledge of CSS (e.g. deals with positioning and box model) and XHTML. Read morePublished on April 16, 2009 by CA Hofmeyr
This book is a nice, easy introduction to jQuery, but the version it covers is 1.1.2. Last month, the authors came out with a new edition, Learning jQuery 1. Read morePublished on March 21, 2009 by Trevor Burnham
Recommend as a buy as an introduction to jQuery, especially individuals intending learn how to build new or repurpose user-interactive pages and sites with Drupal versions 5 or... Read morePublished on September 15, 2008 by P. Warren
This is a great book, to a point. It explains the concepts behind JQuery and gives some good, easy-to-follow examples. Read morePublished on September 7, 2008 by Burton Kent