Cody Lindley, editor of jQuery Cookbook, brings together over a dozen contributors, all of them key people in jQuery's ongoing development process. Each focuses on subjects they've worked with and often helped create.
I picked up this book years ago, when it was still pretty new, to acquaint myself with the then-recent jQuery library. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joshua Davies
i read the book at 2014,
although some content is old and deprecated,but some is useful.
i like chapter 3,4,5,9,16
Excellent coverage of capabilities, but examples are skewed toward showmanship, not usefulness. Good to learn from, but commercial examples would have been more helpful.Published 13 months ago by G. Guth
Why would anyone buy this book? The author presents 21 reasons on page 2. Each reason restates the same circular argument: Everyone likes JQuery because it's so popular. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sponge Jim
this bad boy is always on my desk, I use it often and I am happy to recommend it to others.Published 20 months ago by Stephen
The book is well organized and can be used as a good reference for how to accomplish jQuery actions. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Consumer
I have been a programmer for 20 years and am the author of a very popular opensource project. I have used jquery in the past, but it is buggy and new feature development, like any... Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by regularex
Excellent book that has practical and useful examples to give you a push in the right direction. The samples work, (WHOO HOO) and these samples are full up examples so you are not... Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by Glenn Witerski