PrÃ©sentation de l'Ã©diteur
A good web development framework anticipates what developers need to do and
makes those tasks easier and more efficient; jQuery practically reads your mind.
Developers of every stripehobbyists and professionals alikefall in love with
how developers traverse HTML documents, handle events, perform animations,
and add Ajax interactions to web pages.
jQuery in Action
, like jQuery itself, is a concise tool designed to make web
developers both more efficient and effective. In a short 300 pages, this book
introduces the jQuery programming model and guides readers through the
major features and techniques needed to be productive immediately. The book
anchors each new concept in the tasks developers tackle in day-to-day web development
and offers unique lab pages where readers can immediately put their
jQuery knowledge to work.
jQuery in Action offers a rich investigation of the up-and-coming jQuery library
a manner focused on getting the reader up and running with jQuery from the
very first sections. Web developers reading this book will gain a deep understanding
of how to use jQuery to simplify their pages and lives, as well as learn
the philosophy behind writing jQuery-enhanced pages.
Biographie de l'auteur
has been working in the area of web applications since the mid-
90s, getting started with beta versions of JSP and Servlets. He is a senior moderator
at the popular JavaRanch site, and has contributed articles to that sites
JavaRanch Journal. He also co-authored two other Manning books: Ajax in
Practice and Prototype and Scriptaculous in Action. Bear works and resides in
Yehuda Katz contributes actively to jQuery, heading up the plugin development
team. He also runs Visual jQuery, a dynamic, browsable version of the jQuery
API, used heavily by new users of the library and core developers alike. Born in
Minnesota and raised in New York, he now lives in sunny Santa Barbara, CA,
where he works for Procore Technologies.