Jquery Ui 1.8

Jquery Ui 1.8

by Dan Wellman
     
 

• The only book that covers the jQuery user interface components in detail
• Up-to-date for jQueryUI 1.8
• Over 170 example files included in a full accompanying code download

This book is for front-end designers and developers who need to quickly learn to use the jQuery UI User Interface Library to create rich, engaging interfaces

Overview

• The only book that covers the jQuery user interface components in detail
• Up-to-date for jQueryUI 1.8
• Over 170 example files included in a full accompanying code download

This book is for front-end designers and developers who need to quickly learn to use the jQuery UI User Interface Library to create rich, engaging interfaces rapidly and easily. Readers should have good working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and be comfortable using jQuery, the underlying foundation of jQuery UI. Written to maximize your experience with the library by breaking down each component and walking you through examples that progressively build on your knowledge, chapters cover: the tabs component; the accordion, dialog, and slider widgets; the date picker; auto complete; draggable and droppable, selectable, resizable, and sortable components; and special effects. The chapters show the properties and methods exposed by each component's API and how these can be used to bring out the best in your applications. Each chapter will show you how the custom events fired and how these events can be intercepted and acted on to create highly interactive, responsive user interfaces.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849516525
Publisher:
Packt Publishing
Publication date:
08/20/2011
Pages:
424
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.86(d)

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Meet the Author

Dan Wellman lives with his wife and three children in his home town of Southampton on the south coast of England. By day his mild-mannered alter-ego works for a small yet accomplished e-commerce production agency. By night he battles the forces of darkness and fights for truth, justice, and less intrusive JavaScript.

He has been writing computer-related articles, tutorials, and reviews for around five years and is rarely very far from a keyboard of some description. This is his fourth book.

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