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If you've turned to the jQuery library to simplify common client-side JavaScript tasks, this pocket reference will help you quickly locate what you need from jQuery's vast array of functions and properties to complete your web project.

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Il y a de nombreuses explications, mais moins d'exemples. J'ai été déçu de ne pas voir des tableaux de sélecteurs et de méthodes. Mais les codes fournis sont pratiques et très intelligents. L'Index et le chapitre Quick Reference vaillent la peine d'acheter ce livre !
There are many explanations, but fewer examples. I was disapointed to not see tables of selectors and methods. But the codes provided are practical and very clever. Index book and the Quick Reference chapter worth buying this book !
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Voici un produit que j'ai acheté sur recommandation et je ne suis pas déçu. Les sujets principaux et importants sont abordés, dans une syntaxe qui va droit au but, sans fioritures. Une bonne référence tant pour les débutants que pour les amateurs avertis.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Kindle Edition 14 juin 2011
Par Steven H. Clason - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This review pertains to the Kindle Edition.

First, had Amazon or the publisher indicated that this was included as a chapter in Flanagan's recently published JavaScript: The Definitive Guide: Activate Your Web Pages, I wouldn't have bought it--but I downloaded both at the same time and didn't find out until a couple days later. That's why I gave the book a 4-start rating rather than 5. If you are a DTB user then it makes sense to have both because you're unlikely to want to carry around an 1100 page volume as a quick reference, but for a Kindle user with full text search available buying this is a waste of money if you are going to buy the other. That, in fact is my recommendation: buy the larger book and park it on your development workstation.

That said, this is a fine piece of work. Like many developers, I started using a JavaScript library for a particular project and settled on jQuery because it provided the features I needed at the time. I came to understand its value and used in increasingly, but always with a familiarity constrained by the requirements of my initial use. My skills grew as I used it, but slowly.

So, I really welcomed and valued the first 2/3 (or so) of Flanagan's book (or chapter), which is a narrative description of the library's features, with examples and detailed explanations of what's going on behind the scenes. Writing that sort of narrative about a programming language is hard, and Flanagan's only peer for that, in my opinion, is Friedl of Mastering Regular Expressions (also an O'Reilly book), and he succeeded here well enough that a person can actually read the whole thing with considerable understanding, thereby gaining a better overview of the library than can be had by searching out features when we bump up against something we don't know how to do. The last 1/3 of the book is a reference section: concise, simple, and well-organized, just what you need when you forget a particular syntax.

The book was carefully adapted to electronic viewing. Code is displayed in a fixed space font to differentiate it from the surrounding text, but the font has the same height and color as the text and so is easy to read. Sidebars are presented with a slightly smaller, but still easily readable font, as a distinct block of text embedded with the main text. This, and the larger work from which it was extracted, are the best examples of technical books adapted to e-readers I have seen, so O'Reilly deserves considerable credit for their success in this format.

The book was written for jQuery version 1.4 and the current version is 1.6.1 (as of today), and quite a bit has been added to jQuery. I knew that before I bought the book and decided the reference retained enough value to be worthwhile even though the version had been superseded. You should bear that in mind, though.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Thin Book, Thick Material 26 août 2013
Par JALAmazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First of all, DO NOT buy this book if you're buying "JavaScript: the Definitive Guide: Activate Your Web Pages..." as the jQuery Pocket Reference is merely one of the chapters (complete, unabridged) repackaged from the 'Definitive Guide' book, by the same author (although MUCH lighter, and therefore more portable). My mistake. Notwithstanding, Flanagan's approach to this technical material is...well...rather technical. Thorough? From my (beginner's) perspective, quite. Accessible? Well, yes, but be advised this is not a light & fluffy approach to scripting for web design, but is sufficiently comprehensive enough for me (as a beginner) to develop very complex web pages using the jQuery library. A thorough understanding of JavaScript is required to maximize what this pocket reference offers. But I'm guessing you'd know that if you know what jQuery is. The book layout is straightforward, meaning the methods Flanagan uses to explain otherwise complex concepts is attainable to the unintitiated, while the presentation facilitates speedy comprehension. Lots of samples/examples with copious line-by-line comment/documentation so one understands what, why and how each of those code lines contextually applies. BUY recommendation.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not as advertised 7 août 2016
Par billfish - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I expected something called "pocket reference" to be a pocket reference. This is "one chapter from my much longer book JavaScript: The Definitive Guide," to quote from the preface. It is a few chapters of a beginning JQuery book printed in tiny type. The Definitive Guide book does not exist. This is the same as the situation with the supposedly upcoming new edition of Eric Meyer's CSS3 The Definitive Guide which also does not exist but is also dribbling out chapter by chapter. I can't figure out whether they make more money by selling several $10 pocket guides instead of one $30 definitive guide, or whether the subject is changing quickly and they can't wait for the full book to be written. In any event, I don't like the way somebody at O'Reilly Media is acting by putting these books out this way.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good start for beginners 11 mars 2012
Par Stinger51 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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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 to chapter 2 just to review things before your head starts to spin.

As an experienced C++ programmer I found learning the wild, wild west of Javascripting years ago was bad enough. And jQuery does seem to, on the surface, reduce the complexity of this effort. But jQuery also adds its own level of complexity, as any new computer language would. It's just that this new learning curve is equally steep, save for very simple effects, like zebra stripping rows of data (which the book does a nice job of explaining).

This book should really be divided into two books - beginners and advanced jQuery. The first book should explain how to at least (as a complex newbie topic) turn a check box row of data a different color (when the user checks the box). The second book could be used to explain to advanced users all this other stuff, light boxes, AJAX, data trees, that only those users need to know.

BTW, I already know how to write AJAX code from scratch to populate forms, which is really what AJAX is most useful for. So, book 2 could even skip that topic as jQuery will only obfuscate your learning of basic AJAX. You should dive into understanding the trees first, before you can learn the forest "framework."
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 No illustrations 27 septembre 2011
Par John smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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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. You must read the code or run the sample before you can understand what code does. Illustration would allow you to glimpse at the source and pick the sample you need. I also found it annoying that the terminology is not consistent. For example, an action is called "method, function and command". A plugin is called "widget, namespace and control".
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