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1.1 What Is This Book About?
1.1.1 What You Can Learn from This Book
1.2 Writing Conventions
1.3 Who Is the Target Audience for This Book?
1.4 What Do You Need?
1.4.1 Hardware and Operating System
1.4.2 jQuery and jQuery UI
1.4.3 The Browsers
1.4.4 Different Operating Systems and Virtual Machines for Testing
1.4.5 The Web Server for Realistic Testing
1.4.6 The Development Tools
1.5 About the Author
2 First Examples with jQuery
2.1 Accessing Elements and Protecting the DOM
2.2 Editing the Web Page with DHTML à la jQuery
2.3 Animatedly Reducing and Enlarging of an Element
2.4 Changing Attributes Dynamically
3 Basic Knowledge
3.1 The Web, Web 2.0, and the Client/Server Principle on the Internet
3.1.1 Programming ...
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