The Absolutely Awesome jQuery Cookbook

Easy-to-follow jQuery Solutions to Web Development Problems
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About the Book

One of the larger challenges in writing a cookbook is to strike a balance between breadth, depth and usefulness of the content. With scores of practical jQuery recipes you can use in your projects right away, this cookbook helps you gain hands-on experience with the jQuery API. Each recipe includes working code, a live demo and a discussion on why and how the solution works. This eBook covers the latest version of jQuery 1.11.0, jQuery UI 1.10.4 & jQuery 2.0.

You are not required to read this book from the beginning to the end. Each recipe is independent and lays out a specific solution to a scenario that will be immediately useful in your day-to-day work.

This book is primarily geared towards the everyday jQuery developer and designer who wants a reference for specific issues that come up in their projects. Even seasoned experts could learn some new tricks or explore areas of the jQuery API they haven’t touched yet. A high level view of the contents are as follows:

  1. Some Core jQuery concepts
  2. Working with Images
  3. Working with Tables, Tabs and Panels
  4. Working with Input Controls
  5. Working with DropDown and Lists
  6. Working with Menus and Treeview
  7. Working with Forms
  8. Working with Dialogs and Tooltips
  9. Working with AJAX, JSON and JSONP
  10. Working with Plugins
  11. Working with jQueryUI

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About the Author

Suprotim Agarwal is an architect consultant and a web developer at heart who's been designing and building Web sites and applications since the year 2000. He has also been awarded the prestigious Microsoft ASP.NET MVP award for 6 consecutive years.

Suprotim is the author of 51 Tips, Tricks and Recipes using jQuery and ASP.NET and an editor and founder of the 'DNC magazine for .NET Developers'. He has written over 2000 online tutorials and runs popular websites like www.dotnetcurry.com and www.devcurry.com, reaching out to over 9 million developers every year.

When he is not churning out code, he spends his time with his parents, kids and his wife, doing non-geeky stuff. Follow Suprotim on Twitter @suprotimagarwal