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I'm writing this after my second time reading the book. This is definitely a great intro book on jQuery and yes, it does touch upon many advanced features of jQuery in the book,... Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by Danielle McMullan
It's not a bad book and, if you're a novice, it's an ok start.
The author is so involved in telling this cutesy story about a fictitious client that the learning... Read more
It walks you through various tools, building in complexity with each new... Read more
But once you get past chapter 2 the coding gets very complicated, and VERY fast. And by the time you get to chapter 5 (Menus, Tabs, Tooltips, and Panels) you will have to go back... Read morePublished on March 10, 2012 by Stinger51
Great book! fun reading .covers wide range of the language possibilities, and gives the right balance between
program your on code vs using a common plug-in. Read more
This book was in the library at work and I used this to pick up the basics of jQuery. It seems to cover the basic features well enough, but about half the examples used do not... Read morePublished on November 22, 2011 by J. Birzer
The book is easy to read but the chapters are organized to be read from beginning to end. The book has very few illustrations. This makes it tedious to use as a reference. Read morePublished on September 27, 2011 by John smith