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Pro jQuery 2.0 (Expert's Voice in Web Development) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Oktober 2013
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Adam Freeman is an experienced IT professional who has held senior positions in a range of companies, most recently serving as chief technology officer and chief operating officer of a global bank. Now retired, he spends his time writing and long-distance running.
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I've read other books on jQuery, but this is one of the few that includes discussions of the features of version 2.0. It contains many good tips and tricks to using jquery efficiently, and you can learn a lot from the hundreds of examples.
The book is split into three parts, jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile. In today's development environment, you really need to know all three.
Another great thing about this book, is the author's advice/tips. They are all very sound and warranted. Freeman really seems to know what he's talking about. The libraries that he recommends are definitely worth taking the time to learn and use.
I will agree that the index is not very good at all, so it'll be a little hard to use the book as a reference. Although the book has a lot of pages, it reads fast, as the discussions are plain and understandable. All in all, Freeman leaves nothing out that you should know about.
The book covers so much material that summarizing it remains an intimidating challenge, but expect to learn more than the following: navigating and manipulating the DOM, chaining method calls, selectors, the ubiquitous "$" function, setting values and content of elements, toggling classes, working with events, jQuery effects, data templates, submitting forms, jQuery form validation, ajax GET and POST, JSON, various jQuery UI widgets including buttons, auto-completes, accordions, tabs, datepickers, dialogs, spinners, menus, tooltips, drag and drop, sortable, selectable, jQuery mobile development, including numerous mobile and responsive widgets and not often used but nonetheless handy utiity methods. Throughout, a site called "Jacqui's Flower Shop" grows with each new jQuery trick and tool. By the end the stalwart will have built both a standard website and a responsive mobile site with a semi-functional store. For the mobile sections, the book suggests using Opera's Mobile Emulator, though its limitations with displaying effects and transitions quickly becomes apparent. Using Opera in unison with the Google Chrome Mobile Emulator allows for satisfying emulation of nearly everything the book covers. The best results will, of course, appear on actual mobile devices.