Start Learning jQuery


Powerful Web applications require powerful client capabilities. Web developers have traditionally relied upon JavaScript to deliver that power. However, raw JavaScript has its limitations, some of which can be addressed via libraries and object orientation.

There are many JavaScript libraries available, but after a while they all look the same. If you can’t decide where to begin, I would suggest you start right here—with jQuery.

Explore Rich Client Scripting With jQuery, Part 1

Key topics covered in this article are selectors, filters, wrapped sets, and chained functions.

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Explore Rich Client Scripting With jQuery, Part 2

Key topics covered in this article are eventing model, visual effects, caching, and AJAX capabilities.

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Build Rich User Interfaces with jQuery

In this article, I’ll build modal and modeless dialog boxes in jQuery and explain how to post data from them to the Web server.

Like many other libraries and frameworks, the jQuery library doesn’t use the browser’s pop-up windows to implement dialog boxes. Instead, jQuery relies on script code to pop up a fragment of the Document Object Model (DOM) and dismiss it when the user confirms the content or the abort operation is performed. Because the displayed content is part of the DOM of the current page, there are no postback problems and, more importantly, AJAX capabilities can be implemented.

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Jay Ganesh

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