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eBook jQuery and JavaScript in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself ePub

by Brad Dayley

  • ISBN: 0672337347
  • Category: Web Development and Design
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Brad Dayley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing; 1 edition (January 6, 2014)
  • Pages: 656
  • ePub book: 1204 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1557 kb
  • Other: docx doc mbr lrf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 689

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This book's straightforward, step-by-step approach shows you how to create effects, animations, lists, complex forms, and more. In just a few hours, you'll be building great user interfaces for any device, even the newest smartphones and tablets. Every lesson builds on what you've already learned, giving you a rock-solid foundation for real-world success.

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Learn jQuery and JavaScript in 24 one-hour lessons

Sams Teach Yourself jQuery and JavaScript in 24 Hours helps you build dynamic single-page web apps that deliver the rich experiences your users want.

This book’s straightforward, step-by-step approach shows you how to create effects, animations, lists, complex forms, and more. In just a few hours, you’ll be building great user interfaces for any device, even the newest smartphones and tablets. Every lesson builds on what you’ve already learned, giving you a rock-solid foundation for real-world success.

Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common jQuery and JavaScript development tasks. Practical, hands-on examples show you how to apply what you learn. Quizzes and exercises help you test your knowledge and stretch your skills Notes and tips point out shortcuts and solutions

Learn how to…

Quickly start building web pages with jQuery and JavaScript Master jQuery syntax, logic, functions, and objects Efficiently access, manipulate, and navigate DOM elements Build highly interactive web pages with events and event handlers Implement cookies, pop-up windows, and timers Create animations, special effects, and image galleries Construct, interact with, and validate forms Use advanced elements, such as table filters, custom dialogs, and dynamic sparklines Access server-side data via AJAX Work with data using JSON, XML, queues, and binding Build superior user interfaces more quickly with jQuery UI Add richer page interactions with jQuery UI Widgets Create mobile-friendly pages with jQuery Mobile Customize your mobile pages with jQuery Mobile ThemeRoller

Contents at a Glance

PART I: Introduction to jQuery and JavaScript Development

HOUR 1: Intro to Dynamic Web Programming

HOUR 2: Debugging jQuery and JavaScript Web PagesHOUR 3: Understanding Dynamic Web Page Anatomy

HOUR 4: Adding CSS/CSS3 Styles to Allow Dynamic Design and Layout

HOUR 5: Jumping into jQuery and JavaScript SyntaxHOUR 6: Understanding and Using JavaScript Objects

PART II: Implementing jQuery and JavaScript in Web Pages

HOUR 7: Accessing DOM Elements Using JavaScript and jQuery Objects

HOUR 8: Navigating and Manipulating jQuery Objects and DOM Elements with jQueryHOUR 9: Applying Events for Richly Interactive Web PagesHOUR 10: Dynamically Accessing and Manipulating Web PagesHOUR 11: Accessing Data Outside the Web Page

PART III: Building Richly Interactive Web Pages

HOUR 12: Enhancing User Interaction Through Animation and Other Special Effects

HOUR 13: Interacting with Web Forms HOUR 14: Creating Advanced Web Page Elements

PART IV: Advanced Concepts

HOUR 15: Accessing Server-Side Data via AJAX

HOUR 16: Interacting with External Services, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Flickr

PART V: jQuery UI

HOUR 17: Introducing jQuery UI

HOUR 18: Using jQuery UI EffectsHOUR 19: Advanced Interactions Using jQuery UI Interaction Widgets

HOUR 20: Using jQuery UI Widgets to Add Rich Interactions to Web Pages

PART VI: jQuery Mobile

HOUR 21: Introducing Mobile Website Development

HOUR 22: Implementing Mobile Web Pages

HOUR 23: Formatting Content in Mobile Pages

HOUR 24: Implementing Mobile Form Elements and Controls

Comments

Kitaxe Kitaxe
Do not buy this book! The book does a poor job of presentation (e.g., uses terms before they are introduced) and is chock full of typos. While reading this my frustration level was high mostly because of the above reasons; I was constantly asking myself whether the author actually tried out the examples in the book.

Very, very poor book!
Togar Togar
One never knows whether to pay attention to reviews. I returned this book for a refund and felt I owed Amazon a good reason. Programming as a profession or as a hobby is best suited for those who enjoy the challenge of complying with infinite detail. ThiS simply is not the same as THis. And a colon is not close enough to a semicolon. And anyone teaching others, especially by way of written word, would be the first to drive that home. If an author, early in the book, violates those rules, you can only guess at how many violations will follow.

The first violations were obvious even to me, a total newbie with some previously acquired knowledge. I was able to pretend the violations weren't there and type in the correct syntax. But we would soon be progressing to material I had no experience with. I would not know if he was continuing to teach bad form, syntax that simply would'nt render in a browser. I couldn't take that chance.

His errors were unforgivable. Specifically, the syntax errors were with CSS declarations. Rather than font-type:16px, he used font type:16px. He did that repeatedly, leaving out the hyphens. That form simply will not work. I'm just glad he didn't write a book on how to fold a parachute.
Onaxan Onaxan
This is one of the better books you can buy for a fundamental intrduction to jQuery. It includes an introduction to Javascript as well, so I think this one book will serve the needs of most people learning jQuery from scratch with little or no previous background to Javascript. I like how it includes some introductory material to mobile web applications as well at the end of the book. I can't say that the book covers everything you will need to know for web-building, but it is meant to be a starting point and not a complete reference, and at that it completely succeeds.
RUL RUL
Not enough hands on work. Too much talking not enough doing.
Tygrarad Tygrarad
On the one hand I like the format of the book, which is to say the manner in which the material presented works well for my learning style. On the other hand and as others have said egregious errors I simply cannot abide by. Listing 6.3 - the example of page 181 is one such error. The code simply would not run rather it was returning errors and I literally spent 3 hours trying to figure out what was wrong.

Brad Dayley the examples in your book DO NOT WORK. How can you put your name on a programming book with examples that do not work?

Pass this one by unless you have plenty of programming experience and enjoy tearing your hair out trying to figure out how to fix the examples in the book.
Qutalan Qutalan
I loved this book!!! It is full of simple examples that cover all aspects of jQuery. I was also pleased to find great examples for jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile. The examples are easy to follow and yet show how powerful and easy jQuery is to use. Each example walks you through the steps of building the necessary JavaScript and jQuery code to create some basic components such as animated menus or interactive forms. I learned so much, so fast going through this book.

Tip:
If you are already familiar with JavaScript then skip the JavaScript chapters early on in the book and jump strait to the jQuery ones. The first few chapters were a bit long, but once I got started with the jQuery code examples I couldn't stop because it was so much fun.
Άνουβις Άνουβις
This book is really good. Bought it from Lithuania. I'm very happy about this book. Of course, haves some syntax errors, but you will notice them all. No one is perfect. Information is good and informative. Thanks!
Too many typographical and factual errors. Sample files downloaded from the book web site don't match the book. Entries aren't on the page the index says they are. Sample code does not work (lots of missing hyphens, missing units on CSS statements, the sort of thing that trying to run it would find). The discussion of the Number class implies that "var x = 5;" does not create a Number--we had to find out the hard way that it does. I lost all faith in the book around exercise 5. There's some useful material but everything has to be treated with suspicion.