Author: Richard York
Pub Date: 2015
Size: 26 Mb
Newly revised and updated resource on jQuery’s many features and advantages
– Offers new and revised content throughout the book, which focuses on the most recent features and capabilities of jQuery
– Advises readers on how to best use jQuery’s powerful, easy-to-use features to create dynamic web pages and web applications
This resource provides a deep understanding of jQuery and sets readers up for successful interactions with all it has to offer.
Introduction to jQuery
Fortune 500 companies. It is baked into iOS and Android apps and mobile websites both with and without the popular jQuery Mobile framework add-on, and it runs the websites of some of the world’s biggest companies, such as Amazon, Apple, The New York Times, Google,
BBC, Twitter, and IBM.
world-class standards-compliant web browser that’s caught up with competing offerings from Apple’s Safari and world-leading, underlying, open-source WebKit, Google’s Chrome browser and newly forked from WebKit Blink engine, and Mozilla’s Firefox powered by the Gecko engine. Web developers have never had better platforms on which to build modern, fully standards-compliant applications.
Another feature that makes jQuery web development very easy and attractive is its support for chained method calls. Where the API supports it, you can call one method after another by chaining method calls on the backs of one another. This is what a chained method call looks like using jQuery: